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As the fighting came to an end, three doctors hired by the Sri Lankan government continued to treat civilians in the war-torn region. They also spoke publicly about what was happening there. Now they've been arrested. The government says they colluded with the Tamil Tigers, but others say they knew too much about atrocities committed during the war. World Vision interviews Richard Sollom of the group Physicians for Human Rights on the topic.
How Medical Professionals Rationalized the Bush Administration's Torture Program.
Cholera is a preventable disease, yet there’s an epidemic raging in Zimbabwe. At least 4,000 are dead, and some 90,000 infected. PHR's Richard Sollom tells Foreign Correspondent: “Such outbreaks happen in wartime. The last cholera epidemic on this scale was in Rwanda after the genocide.”
Frank Donaghue announces the release of PHR's new report on the catastrophic situation in Zimbabwe.
Investigative reports by McClatchy newspapers, as well as PHR's own findings, have revealed that large sections of the Dasht-e-Leili mass grave in Northern Afghanistan have been dug up and removed.