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New Libya needs justice and accountability

Global Post

After Gaddafi, Libya must investigate suspected war crimes committed by all sides says PHR's Richard Sollom in a Global Post Op-Ed.

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Burma army kills two unarmed Kachin women

Kachin News Group

Two unarmed Kachin women were shot and killed by Burmese government soldiers in the Hpakan (or Hpakant) area of war torn Kachin state this morning, the Kachin News Group has learned.

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Hidden deaths of Libyan rape survivors

The National Law Journal

Wartime rape is a persistent and brutal aspect of conflict, whether during or in the aftermath of hostilities. In the recent warfare in Libya, as well as in most civil and international armed conflicts, women were subjected to different forms of visible and invisible violence, including sexual exploitation and abuse. However, the most recent news reports reveal that the wartime rape of women and minors in Libya was systematic and adopted by Moammar Gadhafi's troops on a massive scale and as a strategic weapon of war, leaving thousands of physically and psychologically devastated women.

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Despite UN access, Kachin state remains a crisis zone

Democratic Voice of Burma

Recently Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) investigated and reported on human rights violations and humanitarian needs in Kachin state. PHR’s report, Under Siege in Kachin State, Burma, called for the government of Burma to permit humanitarian organizations access to Kachin state, where tens of thousands of internally displaced peoples (IDPs) are running low on food and relief supplies.

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Despite Thaw, Burmese Still Dying in War Zone

Sydney Morning Herald

A recent Sydney Morning Herald piece tells of the ongoing human rights violations occurring in Burma.

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