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Abuses Continue Against Rohingya

02/14/2012

The Rohingya, an ethnic minority in Burma, continue to face a variety of human rights abuses, including forced labor, rape, and extortion.

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From Bad to Worse: Health in Burma's Prisons

02/07/2012

Due to substandard living conditions in Burma's prisons, infectious diseases and chronic conditions are rampant among the detainee population.

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Words From the Prisoners

02/07/2012

Interviews with former Burmese political prisoners revealed that conditions in the prisons are both physically and psychologically degrading.

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Unspeakable Acts: Torture in Burma’s Prisons

02/07/2012

Burmese detainees can be subjected to physical and psychological torture, regardless of age, sex, or the official charges held against them. In some cases, this torture has occurred before official charges have been made.

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Imprisoning Relief Workers: Understanding the Aftermath of Cyclone Nargis

02/07/2012

In the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis in 2008, the Burmese military junta government refused to allow international aid to enter the country, and even handed large prison sentences to Burmese individuals who had stepped forward to help their fellow citizens.

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