February 8, 2014

Le tribunal créé à Dakar par l’Union africaine et le Sénégal pour juger les principaux responsables des crimes internationaux commis au Tchad sous le régime de Hissène Habré célèbre aujourd’hui son premier anniversaire.

December 25, 2013

В последние дни президенты Германии, Франции и США заявили о том, что не будут присутствовать на Зимних Олимпийских играх в Сочи в феврале 2014 года.

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Dispatches: Cheers for A Congolese Hero
October 22, 2014

In a move that will surely draw a collective cheer from thousands of women whose lives have been destroyed by brutal sexual violence, the European Parliament announced that Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege won the 2014 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.

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Dispatches: Abortion and the ‘Conscience Clause’ in Poland
October 22, 2014

Poland is one of a select few countries in Europe where access to abortion remains extremely limited: it’s a crime to terminate a pregnancy except in cases of risk to the mother’s life or health, severe fetal abnormality, or rape.

October 21, 2014

Today the European Court of Human Rights issued a ruling condemning Italy’s practice of sending undocumented migrants and asylum seekers found on ferries from Greece back to Greece within hours without adequately considering their particular needs or desire to apply for asylum.

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Point de vue : Lever le voile sur la répression au Rwanda
October 21, 2014

Le président du Rwanda, Paul Kagame, invité à prononcer un discours aujourd’hui à l’institut Chatham House à Londres, est considéré par ses admirateurs comme l’homme qui a sauvé

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Dispatches: Is the US Serious About Ending Torture?
October 21, 2014

Twenty years ago today, the United States ratified a key international treaty in the fight to end torture.

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Dispatches: Lifting the Lid on Rwandan Repression
October 21, 2014

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame, who is giving a speech at London’s Chatham House today, is viewed by his admirers as the man who saved the nation – who brought stability and rapid economic development to a country devastated by genocide now 20 years ago.

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Dispatches: Decisive Action on Burma's Rohingya Crisis
October 21, 2014

A lot has changed here in Burma in the last three years. Large-scale political prisoner releases have occurred. There has been a lessening of censorship and surveillance.

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Dispatches: A Scathing Verdict on Burma’s Stalled Reforms
October 17, 2014

A remarkable set of meetings took place this week in Rangoon, with more than 650 representatives from Burmese civil society groups gathering to discuss the status of the country’s reform process.