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Milkshakes, Yes - Human Rights, No

Huffington Post Blog
12/13/2012

Kim Kardashian, a swanky shindig at DC's Ritz-Carlton Hotel, a high-powered Washington PR firm, and the US 5th Fleet - featured players in the newest reality show? Perhaps - but a show with very high stakes for those willing to speak out in the tiny Persian Gulf Kingdom of Bahrain.

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Bahrain puts doctors on trial

Global Post
05/11/2012

Bahrain’s prosecution of some of its leading medical professionals epitomizes a disturbing sectarian chasm that must be addressed and breached, says PHR's Richard Sollom in a Global Post Op-Ed.

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Bahraini Doctors at Work

Arab Spring doctors in the crosshairs

Global Post
04/06/2012

Richard Sollom of PHR writes in Global Post about attacks on doctors and patients in the Arab Spring, "When governments attack their doctors, it has a chilling effect on the whole society. The sick and wounded are afraid to seek care — even for life-threatening illnesses. For every doctor a government kills or disappears, hundreds of patients go without treatment. This multiplier effect impacts society for years."

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New Libya needs justice and accountability

Global Post
01/13/2012

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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Opinion: Gaddafi guilty of war crimes

Global Post
08/30/2011

PHR's Richard Sollom's Op-Ed in Global Post says all sides in Libya must be investigated and new rule of law established.

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