Nearly a year after the first elections in post-Gaddafi Libya, the human rights of tens of thousands of foreign nationals, including asylum-seekers, refugees and migrants, continue to be routinely violated.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has some of the world's most important mineral reserves. For more than a decade the extraction of these resources has been linked to conflict, human rights abuses and corruption.
Some 150,000 people from Blue Nile state languish in a string of refugee camps in neighboring Ethiopia and South Sudan, and tens of thousands more have been forcibly displaced within Sudan. And although the frequency of armed clashes between Sudan...