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21 Mar
Human rights were among the first casualties of the ongoing conflict in Ethiopia. While both sides continue to accuse each other of atrocities, independent organizations find it increasingly difficult to monitor abuses.
30 Jul 2021
Those targeted include an armed group that killed a Kurdish politician and eight individuals tied to the Syrian government and President Bashar Assad.
23 Jan 2021
Europe's human rights court found Russia committed abuses in areas seized from Georgia in 2008, and then Ukraine during the Kyiv "Maidain" protests 6 years
30 Mar 2019
Oyub Titiyev, who had exposed abuses by security forces in Chechnya, will spend four years in a penal colony. His family said the ruling was an effort by authorities 'to silence and disgrace him.'

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