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Syria: Attacks on Doctors, Patients, and Hospitals

Syria: Attacks on Doctors, Patients, and Hospitals

12/16/2011

The Syrian government has responded to popular protests with months of sustained and extreme violence and intimidation, and an all-out assault on the country’s medical system. PHR has documented attacks on Syria’s medical profession – violations that are but one aspect of the myriad abuses the Syrian people have endured over the past several months.

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PHR Applauds Secretary Clinton for Addressing Ongoing Human Rights Violations in Burma

12/01/2011

Following the release of Physicians for Human Rights’ (PHR) report documenting human rights violations and humanitarian needs in Kachin State, northern Burma, PHR applauds Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for expressing concern about violence against ethnic groups in Burma.

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Kachin women

Under Siege in Kachin State, Burma

11/30/2011

In September 2011, PHR conducted an investigation in Burma’s Kachin State in response to reports of grave human rights violations in the region. PHR found that between June and September 2011, the Burmese army looted food from civilians, fired indiscriminately into villages, threatened villages with attacks, and used civilians as porters and human minesweepers.

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Witness to War Crimes

Witness to War Crimes: Evidence from Misrata, Libya

08/30/2011

When Libyans first took to the streets to protest Colonel Muammar Qaddafi’s autocratic rule in February 2011, Qaddafi's response was quick and brutal: attack protesters and target civilians in a deliberate campaign to quash dissent across the country. This report documents some of the conflict's most severe human rights violations that must be addressed as a new civilian government emerges.

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Stefan Schmitt examining forensic evidence, Libya 2011

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Physicians for Human Rights Calls for the Protection of Evidence of Atrocities in Libya

08/29/2011

Protecting evidence of any and all crime scenes from the unrest in Libya will ensure that independent investigations of alleged war crimes can take place. Without such protection, evidence of past atrocities, as well as those that have occurred during the recent conflict, may be lost.

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