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On September 29, guilty verdicts and harsh sentences were issued in Bahrain against 20 medical professionals and two protestors who were convicted for providing care to protestors during the country's popular uprising earlier this year. PHR's Chief Policy Officer, Hans Hogrefe, appeared on BBC World News on to discuss the draconian sentences.
On August 30, the United Nations marked the first International Day of the Disappeared. BBC radio's World Service interviewed PHR's Stefan Schmitt about identifying victims of the Rwandan genocide.
Some US politicians are now calling for the White House to take action against Bahrain for its human rights violations. Al Jazeera's Kimberly Halkett reports from Washington D.C. PHR's Richard Sollom is interviewed.
PHR's Richard Sollom on CNN following PHR's report "Do No Harm: A Call for Bahrain to End Systematic Attacks on Doctors and Patients."
In October 2011, more than 120 representatives from Afghanistan's government and civil society joined members of the international community to discuss how Afghanistan can move from conflict to peace and stability. One of the first steps in the process of transitional justice involves using forensic science to create an accurate record of past atrocities.