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Chad: No Redress for Ex-Dictator’s Victims

Expand Families of Habré's victims demonstrate in Ndjaména%2C 2005. © 2005 Stephanie Hancock/HRW (Nairobi) – The Chadian government has yet to provide reparations ordered by a court in 2015 to 7,000 victims of%C2grave crimes under the rule of%C2former dictator Hissène Habré, four human rights groups said today. ...

UK LGBT Hate Crimes Stats Make Shocking Reading

Revellers wave flags during a gay pride parade in downtown Madrid, Spain, July 2, 2016. © 2016 Reuters New hate crimes data for the United Kingdom shows a shocking number of incidents targeting LGBT people. As I was reading these figures, the need for LGBT-inclusive classes in UK schools ha...

Canada: Make First Nations Water Supply a Priority

Aerial photo of the vast freshwater resources in the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Ontario, Canada. October 2018. © 2019 Human Rights Watch (Toronto) – Canada’s new government should make addressing the lack of safe drinking water in many First Nations communities in Canada an urgent priority, Chi...

Chile: Respect Rights in Protest Response

Demonstrators run from police launching water canons and tear gas as a state of emergency remains in effect in Santiago, Chile, Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019.  %C2 2011 AP Photo/Esteban Felix (Washington, D.C.) – The government of Chile should ensure that its security forces respect fundamental ...

EU: Sanction Nicaraguans for Grave Abuses

An officer of the National Police shoots at a group of people outside the shopping mall Metrocentro in Managua, Nicaragua, May 28, 2018.  %C2 2018 Oscar Martín Sánchez Valdivia (Brussels) – The European Union (EU) and its member states should act promptly under its newly adopted sanctions framew...

Azerbaijan: Peaceful Rallies Dispersed Violently

A women’s rights protester is detained by police in Baku on October 20.  %C2 2019 REUTERS/Aziz Karimov (Berlin) – Azerbaijan police violently dispersed two peaceful protests in central Baku on October 19 and 20, 2019, Human Rights Watch said today. Police rounded up dozens of peaceful oppositi...

Lebanon Plan to Address Protest Grievances Falls Short

Lebanese riot police fire tear gas during a protest against government's plans to impose new taxes in Beirut, Lebanon, October 18%2C 2019.  %C2 2019 AP Photo/Hassan Ammar Spontaneous anti-government demonstrations broke out across Lebanon last week, sparked by the announcement of a slew of new ta...

Cambodia: Wave of Opposition Arrests

Profiles of political prisoners on HRW Cambodia Political Prisoner webpage.  (New York) – The Cambodian government should cease arresting and detaining former opposition party members and rights activists for exercising their basic rights, Human Rights Watch said today in launching its update...

Japan: Hold Myanmar to Account for Atrocities

Aung San Suu Kyi delivers a speech at an investment seminar organized by the Japan External Trade Organization in Tokyo on October 8%2C 2018.  %C2 2018 Kyodo via AP Images (Tokyo) – The Japanese government should publicly hold Myanmar to account for military atrocities committed against Rohingya and ot...

Lebanon: Security Forces Use Excessive Force Against Protesters

(Beirut) – Lebanon’s security forces used excessive and unnecessary force against protesters in downtown Beirut on October 18, 2019, Human Rights Watch said today. The Internal Security Force’s riot police fired tear gas at thousands of largely peaceful protesters, including children, in...

Bosnia Should Immediately Close Inhumane Migrant Camp

Migrants and asylum seekers in camp Vucjak where 2,500 people are now living in inhumane conditions without water, electricity, and medical care, Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 2019.  %C2 2019 Private Over a year after Human Rights Watch first criticized Bosnia’s failure to protect the ...

Libya: Deadly Airstrike Apparently Unlawful

(Beirut) – An airstrike by the Libyan National Army (LNA), on a home in a residential area of Tripoli on October 14, 2019 that killed three girls and wounded their mother and another sister, is an apparent violation of the laws of war, Human Rights Watch said today. This attack on ci...
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