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Two Years Too Long: Advocate for the Alaeis Today

07/09/2010

Two years ago, Kamiar Alaei, MD, and Arash Alaei, MD, were arrested in Iran, just as they were preparing to leave for Mexico to present on their innovative harm reduction work at the XVII International AIDS Conference.On July 18, the world convenes again for the XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna, Austria---but will be short two shining stars. Arash and Kamiar remain in jail today.

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British Medical Association Condemns Government Targeting of Doctors in Sudan

06/24/2010

The British Medical Journal (BMJ) reports that the British Medical Association (BMA) has criticized the Government of Sudan for its ill treatment of striking doctors. A BMA spokesman said that it will be writing to the Sudanese authorities "to express serious concerns about potential violations of the fundamental rights of doctors in the Sudan."

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Sudan Doctors Arrested: Demand Their Release

06/23/2010

In early June, six leading Sudanese doctors were arrested by the Sudanese Government's National Security and Intelligence Services (NISS) and detained without charge for their membership in the Doctors' Strike Committee, which has called for improvements in salaries and working conditions.

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Update on Sudanese Doctors

06/23/2010

Jehanne Henry, Sudan researcher for Human Rights Watch, has said that the arrests [of the doctors] were part of a general clampdown on the opposition following President al Bashir's recent victory in elections that were neither free nor fair.

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June 12, 2010: Global Day of Action for Iran

06/11/2010

Physicians for Human Rights joins numerous international NGOs, including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and Reporters Without Borders, in supporting United4Iran's Global Day of Action on June 12, 2010. June 12 events will be occurring in over 70 cities around the world.

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