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PHR Responds to White House Comment on Reported Afghan Massacre

07/31/2013

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) today responded to a White House official’s remarks indicating the conclusion of its investigation into the 2001 incident at Dasht-e-Leili that may have claimed as many as 2,000 lives.

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White House Closes Inquiry Into Afghan Massacre – and Will Release No Details

ProPublica
07/31/2013

Soon after taking office, President Obama pledged to open a new inquiry into the deaths of perhaps thousands of Taliban prisoners of war at the hands of U.S.-allied Afghan fighters in late 2001. Last month, the White House told ProPublica it was still “looking into” the apparent massacre. Now it says it has concluded its investigation – but won’t make it public.

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Acquittal of Russian Doctor in Magnitsky Case Sparks Disappointment, Not Surprise

12/28/2012

Today’s acquittal of a Russian doctor implicated in the death of a Russian anti-corruption lawyer is disappointing but not surprising.

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Sergei Magnitsky

US Senate Approves Passage of Magnitsky Act

12/06/2012

PHR applauds today’s passage by the US Senate of legislation that would place sanctions on Russians implicated in the torture and death three years ago of a Russian anti-corruption lawyer; the vote was 92 to 4.

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Sergei Magnitsky

US House Passes Trade Bill That Includes Sanctions for Russians Involved in Magnitsky Death

11/16/2012

PHR applauds today’s vote by the US House of Representatives to pass legislation that would place sanctions on Russians implicated in the torture and death three years ago of a Russian anti-corruption lawyer.

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