January 26, 2023

Antipersonnel landmines are indiscriminate weapons that kill and injure people long after conflicts end. 

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    Antipersonnel landmines are indiscriminate weapons that kill and injure people long after conflicts end. 

    Antipersonnel landmines are indiscriminate weapons that kill and injure people long after conflicts end.
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    The acts of violence and vandalism that took place in Brazil on January 8, 2023, constitute an abhorrent attack on Brazil’s democratic institutions. HRW’s César Muñoz leads a conversation with Maria Laura Canineu and Brian Winter to discuss the human rights implications.

    The word “democracy” on a pedestrian bridge in São Paulo, Brazil, October 26, 2022.
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    Chagossians should have the right to return to their homes and live free from stigma and discrimination.

    Rosemond Sameenaden joins other Chagos islanders outside the High Court, London, where they are fighting the UK government for the reinstatement of their homeland.
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    The High Court has given the UK government the green light to expel asylum seekers to Rwanda, a country that is not safe for them. Yasmine Ahmed moderates a conversation with Colin Yeo, Graeme McGregor from Detention Action, and HRW’s Lewis Mudge and Emilie McDonnell.

    British Home Secretary Priti Patel (L), and Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Vincent Biruta sign an agreement
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    (Kyiv, December 20, 2022) –Russian military forces and civilians operating under their orders pillaged thousands of valuable artifacts and artworks from two museums, a cathedral, and a national archive in Kherson before withdrawing after an 8-month occupation of the city, Human Rights Watch said today.

    Woman looks at empty art frames
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    As the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar comes to a close, HRW’s Rothna Begum and Minky Worden discuss the legacy of the games and the human rights implications with Equidem’s Dennis Dome.

    Lusail Stadium, the venue of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
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    HRW is joined by experts to discuss how African human rights defenders are leading the fight to advance rights and justice across the continent, and why the United States government should listen. With Nicole Widdersheim, Fred Bauma, Dr. Lina Zedriga Waru, and Samuel Gebru.

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    (New York, December 14, 2022) – More than 42,400 foreigners accused of Islamic State (ISIS) links remain abandoned by their countries in camps and prisons in northeast Syria despite increased repatriations of women and children in recent months, Human Rights Wa

    Syria: Repatriations Lag for Foreigners with Alleged ISIS Ties
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