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Recent reports by humanitarian groups and the media paint a gruesome picture of abuse on Croatia’s border with Bosnia-Herzegovina. Photos show injuries consistent with beatings by police batons. Testimonies from migrants and asylum seekers speak of sexual…
A migrant sustained severe head injury and a broken arm following a brutal beating by, what he stated was, six Croatian police officers during a pushback on October 16, 2020. 
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The European Commission’s October 22, 2019 conclusion that Croatia is ready to join the Schengen Area wilfully brushes over evidence of violent pushbacks of migrants at its borders.
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President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani
 
 Islamic Republic of Mauritania
 
 Nouakchott, Mauritania
 
 Re: Women’s Rights and Gender-based Violence
 
 Dear President Ould Ghazouani, 
 
 Human Rights Watch is an…
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(Tunis) – Mauritanian authorities detained for a week without charge at least three pro-opposition public figures apparently as part of efforts to smother dissent over the outcome of a June 22 presidential election, Human Rights Watch said today.…
Mauritanian journalist Seidi Moussa Camara © Private