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Learn to Document War Crimes and Atrocities

11/19/2009

We are now accepting applications for the PHR International Forensic Program's spring training program in Crime Scene and Evidence Documentation, which will be held from April 26-30, 2010 in Tallahassee, Florida.

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PHR Dasht-e-Leili Investigators on Fresh Air Today

07/23/2009

Nathaniel Raymond has been leading the investigation into the alleged 2001 Dasht-e-Leili massacre in Afghanistan. Dr. Jennifer Leaning discovered the mass grave of Taliban prisoners.

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Susannah Sirkin Discusses Afghan Mass Grave on PBS Worldfocus

07/23/2009

Seven years ago, investigators for the Boston-based group Physicians for Human Rights discovered what appeared to be a mass grave in northern Afghanistan.The bodies, they were told, were those of Taliban fighters who had been rounded up by Northern Alliance forces shortly after the U.S. invasion in 2001 and stuffed into metal shipping containers for transport to a nearby prison.

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President Obama: "There are responsibilities that all nations have, even in war"

07/13/2009

In an interview today with Anderson Cooper, President Obama announced that he has ordered his national security team to collect all the facts in the Dasht-e-Leili massacre and apparent US cover-up---a move that Deputy Director Susannah Sirkin has praised in a statement earlier today.

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Statement by Physicians for Human Rights in Response to Comments by Obama Administration Officials

07/11/2009

Obama Administration officials stated Friday that they had no grounds to investigate the 2001 deaths of Taliban prisoners of war who allegedly were killed by U.S.-backed forces. In their statement, these officials claim that they lack legal grounds to probe these alleged war crimes because "only foreigners were involved and the alleged killings occurred in a foreign country."

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