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Press Release
July 11, 2012

Sudanese security forces have detained 2,000 people in connection with the youth-led protests in Khartoum and other major towns across Sudan.

Press Release
July 3, 2012

Police in Greece are responding to largely peaceful demonstrations with routine acts of violence, while Greek authorities continue to brush off the incidents.

Press Release
June 27, 2012

24 government opponents, among them top journalist Eskinder Nega, were convicted on trumped-up terrorism charges, a further chilling example of Ethiopia's criminalization of expression.

News
June 27, 2012

Today’s decision in Cambodia to release 13 women imprisoned for peacefully protesting against a forced eviction is a victory for their community, but their convictions must now be overturned.

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