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Responding to the news of the wildfires that have been raging in the Amazon rainforest for several weeks, Kumi Naidoo, Secretary General of Amnesty International said: "The responsibility to stop the wildfires that have been raging in the Amazon rainforest for several weeks now lies squarely with President Bolsonaro and his government."
With the threat of returns to Myanmar once again looming over Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, Amnesty International warned that Rakhine State remains unsafe while those responsible for atrocities continue to evade justice.
Responding to reports that the Trump administration is considering a new policy that would allow state and local jurisdictions to deny refugees to be resettled in their community, despite having been approved for resettlement in the United States, Ryan Mace, the grassroots advocacy and refugee specialist for Amnesty International USA, said: “This is yet another …
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