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This report details serious and widespread human rights violations by Iraqi police against national security suspects, including insurgents, and suspected common criminals since late 2003.
This report provides detailed accounts of killings and other abuses by the O'odua People's Congress since the government of President Olusegun Obasanjo came to power in 1999.
The Philippine government's inadequate HIV-prevention policies put at grave risk large numbers of men, women and children who could contract this incurable disease.
This report examines how the Bush administration adopted a deliberate policy of permitting illegal interrogation techniques - and then spent two years covering up or ignoring reports of torture.
This report documents how violence in Nigeria's southern Delta State, especially during the state and federal elections, resulted in hundreds of deaths and the destruction of hundreds of homes.
Algerian security forces made "disappear" at least 7,000 persons, more than the number recorded in any other country during the past decade except wartime Bosnia.
This report examines the "disappearances" commission announced in September by President Abdelaziz Bouteflika of Algeria.
This report documents how the Tunisian authorities continue to hold as many as 40 of the country's more than 500 political prisoners in long-term isolation in prisons.
The Chilean government's recourse to anti-terrorism statutes to deal with organized Mapuche communities has brought restrictions on due process rights that are not justified by the alleged offenses.
This report challenges the U.S. military's assertion that its troops came under direct fire from individuals in the crowd of protesters on April 28.
This report extensively documents the underlying links between disregard for human rights and unsound forestry practices.