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Amnesty in the News
June 12, 2012
Associated Press

Amnesty International called on Egyptian authorities to investigate reports of sexual assaults on women protesters in Tahrir Square, to counter the impression that no one will be punished.

Amnesty in the News
June 12, 2012
NPR, Morning Edition

Tom Parker, Amnesty's policy director for terrorism, counter-terrorism and human rights, urges the U.S. to use caution with regard to its rationale for the use of targeted drone strikes.

News
June 12, 2012
World leaders have a once in a generation chance to create a meaningful link between sustainable development and human rights.
News
June 11, 2012
Arms supplies to the DRC continue to fuel unlawful killings, rape, looting and abductions.

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