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On Three-Year Anniversary of Bahrain’s Protests, Medics Remain Imprisoned

02/14/2014

In response to peaceful protests demanding greater political freedom and equality that started thee years ago today in Bahrain, the government responded with excessive force, using tear gas as a weapon and targeting activists and health professionals with torture and arbitrary detention.

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Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of Kristallnacht: Lessons for Early Atrocity Prevention in Burma

11/09/2013

November 9, 2013 marks the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, or “crystal night.” On this day in 1938, Nazis in Germany staged state-sanctioned, anti-Jewish riots that demolished windows of Jewish shops & burned down synagogues, hospitals, & cultural institutions.

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A Dual Assault on Syrian Civilians: Unlawful Attacks on Medical Care

09/27/2013

Three medical workers in Syria were injured in June when a bomb was deliberately dropped on their hospital, destroying its intensive care unit. Soon after, another hospital became a target – government forces raided the facility, destroyed the equipment, and harassed medical staff solely for doing their job of treating the wounded.

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Medical Treatment Under Fire in Egypt’s Attacks on Protesters

08/16/2013

Amidst the unacceptable assault on civilian protesters in Egypt, reports indicate that those responsible for the brutality, that has so far left more than 500 dead, are also preventing access to medical care that the thousands of injured will need to survive.

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