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William Hague with Angelina Jolie in DRC

Foreign Secretary, William Hague announces new UK funds to help survivors of rape during a visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo

gov.uk
03/26/2013

Foreign Secretary, William Hague, today announced £205,288 ($312,110) in new UK funding to support the work of Physicians for Human Rights working out of the Panzi Hospital in eastern DRC, to help efforts to develop local and national capacity to document and collect evidence of sexual violence.

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Dartmouth's Geisel School of Medicine PHR Student Chapter Receives National Awards

03/07/2013

The PHR chapter at Dartmouth's Geisel School of Medicine has been honored with two prestigious, national awards: PHR's annual Best Chapter Award, and chapter leader Anna Huh '15 received PHR's Emerging Leader Award.

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Sudan man's foot, hand 'amputated' by court order

Google/AFP
03/01/2013

Government doctors in Sudan amputated a man's hand and foot to carry out a sentence for robbery, rights groups said on Wednesday, describing the extremely rare punishment as a form of torture. ..."Cross amputation is a form of state-sponsored torture," said Vincent Iacopino, senior medical adviser at Physicians for Human Rights.

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Indian aid raises concerns in Chin State

Mizzima.com
02/28/2013

Concerns have been raised over financial aid provided by the Indian government for development as it will be channeled through the Ministry for Border Affairs. ... However, Andrea Gittleman, the senior legislative counsel for Washington-based Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), told Mizzima that apart from the physical problems, one of the underlying issues that needed to be addressed in Chin State is the mental health of a populace reeling from decades of abuse under military occupation.

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No country has abused chemical gases like Bahrain

Ahlul Bayt News Agency
02/23/2013

Experts say that Bahrain is using a poisonous form of tear gas against civilians that Bahrain wouldn’t even be permitted to use in a war against armed soldiers! Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) report that in 100 years of tear gas being used against civilians, no country has ever abused it like Bahrain. Police “routinely violated every UN principle governing police use of force.”

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