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El Informe de expertos forenses canadienses sobre la muerte del periodista estadounidense en M??xico deja m??s preguntas que respuestas

08/05/2009

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) determin?_ que la revisi?_n de la muerte por arma de fuego del video-periodista estadounidense Brad Will, llevada a cabo por investigadores canadienses, reitera declaraciones previas imprecisas y enga??osas de la Procuradur?_a General de la Republica (PGR).

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Canadians' Report Leaves More Questions than Answers in Death of US Reporter in Mexico

08/05/2009

(Cambridge, Mass.) - Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) has determined that a review of the shooting death of American journalist Brad Will conducted by Canadian investigators reiterates previous inaccurate and misleading statements of Mexico's Attorney General Office (PGR).

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Afghan General Dostum Denies Allegations of Massacre of Taliban Prisoners; Confirms Their Joint Surrender to US and Afghan Forces

07/17/2009

Cambridge, MA — "The facts gathered in the Dasht-e-Leili mass grave case contradict General Abdul Rashid Dostum's statement of July 17," stated Physicians for Human Rights Deputy Director Susannah Sirkin.

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Physicians for Human Rights Calls on Obama To Launch Formal Investigation of Afghan Massacre

07/13/2009

(Cambridge, MA) — In a letter to President Obama dated July 13, 2009, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) CEO Frank Donaghue called on the President to order a formal inquiry into allegations that previous attempts to investigate a major war crime at Dasht-e-Leili, Afghanistan, were impeded by the Bush Administration.

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President Obama Orders National Security Team To Investigate Dasht-e-Leili Massacre and Alleged Cover-Up

07/12/2009

President Obama told CNN's Anderson Cooper that he has directed his national security team to look into the 2001 deaths of Taliban prisoners who allegedly were massacred by US-backed forces in Afghanistan. The President stated that the government needs to find out whether actions by the US contributed to possible war crimes.

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