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Acquittal of Russian Doctor in Magnitsky Case Sparks Disappointment, Not Surprise

12/28/2012

Today’s acquittal of a Russian doctor implicated in the death of a Russian anti-corruption lawyer is disappointing but not surprising.

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Attacks on Immunization Workers in Pakistan Spotlight High Price of Politicizing Health Care

12/19/2012

PHR strongly condemns the fatal attacks this week on eight health workers engaged in a polio immunization program in Pakistan. The deaths, which prompted the temporary suspension of the program in some districts, are only the latest reminder of the high price the world continues to pay for the politicization of health care.

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Findings of Newly Adopted Report on US Interrogation Should Be Made Public

12/13/2012

PHR applauds today’s decision by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to adopt a report documenting its three-year investigation of CIA interrogation practices—and calls on the committee to submit it for declassification review so that the public learns the report’s key findings.

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Bahrain Appeals Court Keeps Rights Activist in Prison

12/12/2012

Physicians for Human Rights denounces yesterday’s decision by a Bahrain appeals court to uphold the prison sentence of a prominent human rights activist involved in organizing protests against the regime.

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Torture Testimony Contributes to Decision in Federal Case in Ohio

12/12/2012

A medical expert in the Asylum Network of Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) provided key testimony contributing to a significant ruling in Ohio last month in which a federal judge held that a former Somali security official was responsible for ordering the arrest and torture of a Somali law professor more than 20 years ago.

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