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Video Highlights Concerns Raised by People with Disabilities

Video footage from Saturday captured a uniformed police officer in Angola’s capital, Luanda, beating a peaceful protester in a wheelchair until he falls to the ground. More officers wrench banners and leaflets from other protesters with…
Video footage showing an Angolan police officer beating a peaceful protester in a wheelchair, Luanda, Angola, April 22, 2017.
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Several Member Countries Falling Behind on Protections, Quality of Life

(Johannesburg) – The Southern African Development Community (SADC) should take concrete steps to improve respect for human rights among its 15 member countries. SADC heads of state will meet on August 30-31, 2016, in Mbabane, Swaziland…
Billboard advertising the 2016 Southern African Development Community (SADC) Summit in Mbabane, Swaziland.
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US Should Conclude Policy Review and Ban Landmines

(Washington, DC) – Finland’s action to join the international treaty banning antipersonnel landmines should spur the United States and others to get on board without delay, Human Rights Watch said today. Finland deposited its instrument of accession to…
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August 2003Vol. 15, No. 16 (A) ANGOLA STRUGGLING THROUGH PEACE Returnand Resettlement in Angola ACRONYMS MAP OF ANGOLA.. I.SUMMARY.. II.RECOMMENDATIONS To the Government of Angola: To Donor Countries to Angola: To the United Nations Agencies: To the…
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Angola ratified the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty on July 5, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo acceded to the treaty on May 2. The treaty now has 125 State Parties, while another 18 countries have signed but not yet ratified this landmark agreement. HRW is…
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Landmines have rendered large areas of arable land and pasture, many roads, bridges, river banks, villages, and some important economic installations unfit for the people of Angola. This report shows that attempts to restrict their use in Angola have…