Health, Security, Livelihoods at Risk in Turkana Region
As it considers whether to back a controversial dam in Tajikistan, the World Bank needs to revisit its criteria for funding projects that displace people from their homes.
Government, Donors Should Enhance Access to Food, Water, Education
Beaten by Mob Then Jailed Without Charge
Khaled al-Natour, Held Incommunicado, Should be Charged or Freed
Decision Ignores Gibe III Dam’s Impact on Indigenous Peoples, Environmental Concerns
European Bank Should Set Benchmarks for Reform in Middle East, North Africa
Authorities Ordered Detention on Minor Charge, Failed to Treat Pain
Stand up for Persecuted Human Rights Activists; Shut Guantanamo
Promises From Algeria and Jordan Unreliable in Preventing Abuse
The US-backed Ethiopian military has secreted away scores of "suspects" – including pregnant women and children – and fueled anti-American rancor in Africa
A harrowing account from a man the CIA handed over to Jordan – smuggled from prison on tiny paper – exposes U.S. complicity in torture.
Cites Torture by Jordanian and Libyan Authorities
CIA Transfer of Suspects to Jordan for Interrogation Violates International Law
Three Groups File Lawsuit Seeking Information about ‘Ghost’ Detention