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Gul Rahman’s Death Was a Crime

11/07/2016

Newly disclosed details of a 2005 CIA Inspector General investigation into detainee Gul Rahman’s death in the Salt Pit prison in Afghanistan, published by Vice News, are a stark indictment of the U.S. government’s torture program.

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Despite Relative Calm in Aleppo, Airstrikes on Syrian Hospitals Continue

10/21/2016

As the Syrian and Russian governments planned to halt their bombing of civilians and hospitals in Aleppo this week, attacks on medical facilities in other parts of Syria continued unabated. During that time, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) documented a series of deadly strikes on hospitals throughout Syria, and PHR today urged that the international community heed these ongoing violations of international law.

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PHR Responds to Announcement of Humanitarian Pause in Aleppo

10/17/2016

Russian officials announced that their forces and those of their Syrian government allies would suspend bombing and other attacks on the city of Aleppo on Thursday for an eight-hour period. Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), which has been documenting attacks on health care facilities and personnel since the conflict began in 2011, issued the following response, attributable to PHR Director of Programs Widney Brown.

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Myanmar’s Rohingya Continue to Suffer Systematic Extortion, Abuse

10/12/2016

Despite significant advances in Myanmar, minority groups in the Southeast Asian country continue to face systematic and pervasive human rights violations.

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Guantanamo Detainee Escorted

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Physicians for Human Rights Statement on New York Times “How U.S. Torture Left Legacy of Damaged Minds”

10/08/2016

In the following statement, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) responds to the New York Times’ latest reporting on the U.S. torture program.

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