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Eight Human Rights Organizations Call on UN Secretary General to Ensure War Crimes Suspects in Darfur are Arrested in Keeping with ICC Warrant

09/19/2007

Today, the executive directors of eight leading human rights organizations sent a letter to UN Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon calling on him to make justice for victims and accountability for perpetrators of crimes in Darfur a top priority.

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Sudan's Appointment of Accused War Criminal to Human Rights Panel Is Affront to Rule of Law

09/12/2007

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) today condemned Sudan's nomination of Ahmed Haroun, a suspected war criminal, to co-chair a national committee investigating human rights abuses in Sudan's Darfur region.

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PHR to Participate in Extraordinary Darfur/Darfur Photography Event at Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art on September 7

08/31/2007

On September 7, 2007, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) will participate in an awareness-raising day of larger-than-life images of the conflict in Sudan's Darfur region presented by the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in Boston.

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PHR Warns President Bush's Unilateral Sanctions on Sudan Won't Stop Killing in Darfur; Calls on the US to Cooperate with International Criminal Court

05/30/2007

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is concerned that President Bush's announcement of unilateral sanctions against 30 Sudanese companies and three individuals will not impact the government of Sudan enough to stop the bloodshed in Darfur.

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As ICC Releases War Crimes Evidence, PHR Calls for Crime Prevention and Protection in Darfur and Arrest of Two Suspects

02/27/2007

Today, as prosecutors at the International Criminal Court (ICC) named two Sudanese war crimes suspects, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) calls for deployment of a robust peacekeeping force to prevent ongoing atrocities in the "world's largest crime scene" and to protect the millions of Darfurians who witness new crimes every day.

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