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“China’s government never paid a price at home or abroad for the Tiananmen Massacre, encouraging its arbitrary detention of millions, repression of civil society, and weakening of international human rights law and institutions.”

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Thai Army Whistleblower Faces Court Martial

US: Egypt’s Ex-Prime Minister Sued for Alleged Torture

Kyrgyzstan: Rights Defender Under House Arrest

Children have become collateral damage with the Philippines’ “Drug War” scarring a generation

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This is rare 1920s footage of Greenwood, an African-American enclave in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Greenwood’s abundance of Black-owned businesses and its prosperity earned it the nickname “Black Wall Street.” But 99 years ago, angry white mobs burned it to the ground. #TulsaRaceMassacre 

Spain: Police Used Excessive Force in Catalonia

CoronaJihad is Only the Latest Manifestation

Thousands of children in the Philippines have suffered lasting physical, emotional, and economic harm from President Rodrigo Duterte’s abusive “war on drugs.” The government should stop this violence that is upending children’s lives. New report:

“The number you have called has been temporarily disconnected” India: Release arbitrarily held detainees; Restore Internet and phone communications; #EndKashmirShutdown !

On January 12, Hong Kong authorities denied Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch, entry to Hong Kong, where he had planned to launch the organization’s World Report 2020. Daily Brief:

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