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Doctor Returns to Congo and Is Hailed as a Hero

New York Times
01/14/2013

It was as if someone extraordinarily famous had come to town. Thousands of people craned their necks as the motorcade roared by, cellphones out to grab a snap, an air of expectation and excitement eclipsing all the street noise of clanging Coke bottles and beeping motorcycles. “There he is!” someone yelled. “Le docteur!”

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Denis Mukwege

Dr. Mukwege’s Return to DRC Offers Opportunity to Support Courageous Champion of Human Rights

01/14/2013

Today’s jubilant return by Dr. Denis Mukwege to the Democratic Republic of the Congo nearly 12 weeks after an assassination attempt at his home in Bukavu has given Congolese leaders and citizens the opportunity to show their support for this courageous and beloved advocate for victims of sexual violence.

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Denis Mukwege

Dr. Mukwege’s Planned Return to DRC Shows Extraordinary Courage and Commitment

01/10/2013

Despite continued grave concerns for his safety, PHR supports Dr. Denis Mukwege in his return to eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. As he resumes his work treating victims of sexual violence, PHR urges the relevant authorities to secure the safety of this internationally renowned surgeon and human rights champion.

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cover of manual

"Examining Asylum Seekers" Now Available!

01/06/2013

The 2012 version of PHR’s “Examining Asylum Seekers”, the seminal guide to evaluating and documenting torture, is ready to order. This edition has been fully updated to capture changes in law, medicine, and science.

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Bahrain Convictions Provide Welcome — Though Still Rare — Measure of Justice

01/04/2013

The recent conviction of two Bahraini intelligence agents in the April 2011 beating death of a Shia businessman provides a welcome dose of justice in that troubled Gulf kingdom, PHR said today. But the seven-year sentences were very lenient, given the severity of the crime, and high-ranking officials who encouraged or condoned such behavior have still never been charged.

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