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Summary The older woman told Human Rights Watch that the first time government soldiers and militias came to her village in South Sudan in 2015, all civilians were subject to attack. “The old men and women who couldn’t run were killed,” she said. “…
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Summary On February 29, 2020, the United States and the Taliban signed an agreement outlining a phased withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan in exchange for Taliban commitments not to allow attacks on the US or its allies from Afghan territory.…
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Summary Sixteen years after the US-led military intervention that ousted the Taliban government, an estimated two-thirds of Afghan girls do not go to school. And as security in the country has worsened, the progress that had been made toward the goal…
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Summary Yes, [the child workers] complain of pain, but what can they do? The kids are here to make a living. They bear all the pain to do all the work. –Sher Khan, brick kiln manager, Kabul, September 2015 At least a quarter of Afghan…
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Summary The fighting was right in the city center. Our school changed hands: some forces came in, then left and were replaced by others. The fighters were inside the school firing out of the windows. The missing piece of the…
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“They Say We’re Dirty” Denying an Education to India’s Marginalized Glossary Summary Failures in State Responses…
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Uncontrolled Pain Ukraine’s Obligation to Ensure Evidence-Based Palliative Care Map of Ukraine Glossary Prologue: The Story of Vlad Zhukovsky Summary Key Recommendations Methodology I. Overview:…
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The “Ten-Dollar Talib” and Women’s Rights Afghan Women and the Risks of Reintegration and Reconciliation Maps Summary Key Recommendations Methodology I. Background Taliban Abuses Against…
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Sabotaged Schooling Naxalite Attacks and Police Occupationof Schools in India's Bihar and Jharkhand States I. Summary Attacks on schools by Naxalites Occupation of schools by security forces …
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Unbearable Pain India’s Obligation to Ensure Palliative Care Map 1: States in which Human Rights Watch conducted field research on palliative care Overview Key Recommendations Methodology A Brief …
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I. Summary From fear of terrorism, from threats of the enemies of Afghanistan, today as we speak, some 100,000 Afghan children who went to school last year, and the year before last, do not go to school. -President …
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Future Forsaken Abuses Against Children Affected by HIV/AIDS in India Map Glossary.. I.  Summary.. II.  Background.. HIV/AIDS in India Government Bodies Responsible for HIV/AIDS-Affected Children…
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