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Turkish Protesters Are Still Said to Be Ailing From Tear Gas

New York Times

Almost 40 percent of protesters surveyed by a Turkish medical group complained of continuing repercussions from their exposure to the tear gas that security forces used to quell last spring’s antigovernment demonstrations, the group says.

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PHR Documents Unlawful Use of Force and Tear Gas and Attacks on Medical Community in Turkey


The Turkish government has engaged in unnecessary and excessive violence, used tear gas as a weapon on a massive scale, and intentionally targeted medical facilities and staff during the June demonstrations, according to a new report by Physicians for Human Rights.

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Thunderclap to End Sexual Violence in Conflict

Human Rights at FCO

Join Human Rights at FCO in sharing this message together at the same time - automatically: “I am calling for all UN countries to sign up to end the use of #sexualviolence in #conflict. It's #TimeToAct”

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Global Health: Medical Education and Training Help Torture Survivors Build a New Life

Association of American Medical Colleges

Until hours before the Boston woman delivered her baby, not one of her physicians had noticed she had been the victim of genital cutting. The account comes from Jillian M. Tuck, J.D., who manages a national program at Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) to provide forensic medical evaluations for people seeking asylum.

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Human Rights Groups Call to End Impunity for Attacks on Health Workers


The United Nations Human Rights Council should strengthen documentation and accountability for the growing number of attacks on health workers, the Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition, a group of human rights, health professional and other nongovernmental groups, said today.

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