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Summary This is what I have to say about the wounds on the body of the said accused. Since he was a hard core criminal, he refused to give any information. It was essential to get that information from him, that’s why [the police] used the “truth…
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A World Bank Group compliance investigation into an investment in Indian tea plantations reinforces the need for human rights risk analysis and oversight of the bank’s investments. The investigation report, released on November 7, 2016, concerned an…
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(Geneva) – The United Nations should appoint a high-level expert to monitor the impact of counter-terrorist measures on human rights, Human Rights Watch urged today. In a new report released at the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Human Rights Watch…
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(New York) -- Human Rights Watch today reiterated its call to the U.S. government to respect the fundamental rights of individuals detained in connection with investigations into the September 11 attacks. Most of those detained are from the Middle East…
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In a report released today, Human Rights Watch called on the World Bank to develop a more effective system of monitoring to prevent human rights abuses related to Bank-funded projects. The appeal came after a Human Rights Watch investigation in the…
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TO: Mr. James Wolfensohn, President, World Bank Executive Directors of the Bank FROM: Sidney Jones, Executive Director for Asia Mike Jendrzejczyk, Washington Director for Asia RE: World Bank projects in the Singrauli region of India   Summary and…