September 11 Attacks: Crimes Against Humanity

What You Can Do

  • Update, April 9, 2003:
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Afghan refugees in Pakistan, April 2001. 2001 Zalmai Ahad

Map of Middle East & West Asia, 84 Kb

Map of Afghanistan, 60 Kb



Key Human Rights Watch Documents on:

  • Afghanistan

  • Pakistan

  • Uzbekistan



    Still from Jung (War): In the Land of the Mujaheddin. © 2000 Fabrizio Lazzaretti/Alberto Vendemmiati.