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  • One Year On, Burundian Journalist Still Missing

    27 juillet 2017, par Human Rights Watch
    A little more than a year ago, Jean Bigirimana, a journalist with the independent newspaper Iwacu, disappeared in Burundi. His fate remains unknown. Expand Jean Bigirimana. © 2016 Iwacu “Once again…we relentlessly ask the question: ‘Where is Jean?’,” Bigirimana’s colleague Antoine Kaburahe wrote (...)
  • Saudi Arabia : Clarify Status of Ex-Crown Prince

    27 juillet 2017, par Human Rights Watch
    (Beirut) – Saudi authorities should immediately clarify whether they have imposed movement restrictions on former crown prince Mohammad bin Nayef, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubair. A June 28, 2017 New York Times report quotes former and current US (...)
  • Tunisia : Landmark Step to Shield Women from Violence

    27 juillet 2017, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand A Tunisian woman holds up a flag during a march to celebrate International Women's Day in Tunis March 8, 2014. (Tunis) – The law on violence against women, including domestic violence, approved by the Tunisian parliament on July 26, 2017, is a landmark step for women’s rights, Human (...)
  • Iraq : US-Trained Forces Linked to Mosul War Crimes

    27 juillet 2017, par Human Rights Watch
    (Beirut) – An Iraqi army division trained by the United States government allegedly executed several dozen prisoners in Mosul’s Old City, Human Rights Watch said today. Two international observers detailed the summary killings of four people by the Iraqi army’s 16th Division in mid-July 2017, and (...)
  • Vietnamese Activist Sentenced to 9 Years in One-Day Trial

    27 juillet 2017, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand Tran Thi Nga protests against the arrest of blogger “Mother Mushroom” in October 2016. © 2016 Private A Vietnam court sentenced activist Tran Thi Nga on Tuesday to nine years in prison followed by five years under house arrest for spreading “anti-State propaganda.” The conviction was (...)
  • Somalia : Al-Shabab Forces Burn Villages

    27 juillet 2017, par Human Rights Watch
    Launch Map Expand Share (Nairobi) – The Islamist armed group Al-Shabab burned numerous homes in raids on villages in Somalia’s Lower Shabelle region in late May 2017, Human Rights Watch said today based on witness accounts and satellite imagery analysis. Al-Shabab fighters abducted civilians, (...)
  • President Trump’s Despicable Move to Bar Transgender People From Military Service

    26 juillet 2017, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand U.S. President Donald Trump arrives to delivers remarks at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree in Summit Bechtel National Scout Reserve, West Virginia, U.S., July 24, 2017. © 2017 Reuters In a series of tweets from his personal account, US President Donald Trump announced this morning that (...)
  • Congolese Warlord Wanted for Mass Rape Surrenders

    26 juillet 2017, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand The leader of the Mai Mai Sheka militia group, Ntabo Ntaberi Sheka, campaigns for a seat in parliament ahead of the November 2011 national elections, despite being sought on a Congolese arrest warrant for crimes against humanity, including sexual violence. Walikale, North Kivu, November (...)
  • Kazakhstan : Trade Union Leader Convicted

    26 juillet 2017, par Human Rights Watch
    (Berlin) – A Kazakh court on July 25, 2017, convicted Larisa Kharkova, head of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Kazakhstan, of abuse of office, Human Rights Watch said today. The conviction is a blow to independent trade union activism in Kazakhstan. The Enbekshinskii District (...)
  • US Surveillance Makes Privacy Shield Invalid

    26 juillet 2017, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand Fiber optic cables carrying internet providers are seen running into a server room at Intergate.Manhattan, a data center owned and developed by Sabey Data Center Properties, during a tour of the facility in lower Manhattan, in New York, March 20, 2013. The 32-story building is the (...)

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