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Destroyed Hospital Bed in Syria

The War on Health Care in Syria

05/19/2014

Dr. H has treated bombing casualties, chemical weapons survivors, and victims with bullet wounds – all standard cases in his field hospital in one of the opposition-controlled areas of Syria.

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Rohingya Camp in Sittwe

Burma’s Policy of Religious Persecution Continues Unabated

05/01/2014

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has released its 2014 Annual Report, which highlights state-sponsored violations of religious freedom around the world. To note most severe cases, the report designates eight nations as Countries of Particular Concern, and – for the fifteenth year in a row – Burma is part of this notorious group.

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When Reality Intrudes on Resilience

04/30/2014

Despite continued death and destruction, the Syrian people have shown incredible resilience. In conflicts as tragic as the one in Syria, hope for a better future is essential to survival.

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Asylum in the United States

New Interpretation of Guidelines Tighten Standards for Asylum Seekers

04/28/2014

With recently re-interpreted guidelines for asylum seekers, the United States is at risk of summarily deporting immigrants back to their home countries, where they may face dangerous situations — and sometimes death — in exchange for political expediency.

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Killing Without Weapons

04/25/2014

Last week, Radio Dabanga, an independent radio station in Darfur, reported the expulsion of Merlin, a British humanitarian organization working in Sudan.

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