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Syrian security forces have intensified their campaign of mass arrests in cities across the country that have had anti-government protests. The targeted cities include including Hama, Homs, and various suburbs around Damascus.

(New York) – Syrian security forces have intensified their campaign of mass arrests in cities across the country that have had anti-government protests, Human Rights Watch said today. The targeted cities include including Hama, Homs, and various suburbs around Damascus.

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The United Nations Human Rights Council has taken a landmark step forward by addressing for the first time violence and discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The council, in the session that ended on June 17, 2011, also sent a strong signal that human rights violations in Belarus should end, but mustered only a muted response to the crisis in Yemen and no mention at all of Bahrain’s continuing crackdown.

(Geneva) – The United Nations Human Rights Council has taken a landmark step forward by addressing for the first time violence and discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, Human Rights Watch said today.

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إعداد الباحثة في منظمة العفو الدولية: سيلينا ناصر في وادي خالد شمالي لبنان
جميع من فرّوا من بلدة تلكلخ الواقعة غربي سورية بحثاً عن ملجأ في القرى على الجانب اللبناني من الحدود خائفون. لم يعطِني أيُّ شخص تحدثتُ إليه اسمَه الحقيقي، وأنا بدوري لم أسأل عن ذلك. وفي نهاية كل مقابلة يقول كل واحد منهم:” لا […]

إعداد الباحثة في منظمة العفو الدولية: سيلينا ناصر في وادي خالد شمالي لبنان
جميع من فرّوا من بلدة تلكلخ الواقعة غربي سورية بحثاً عن ملجأ في القرى على الجانب اللبناني من الحدود خائفون. لم يعطِني أيُّ شخص تحدثتُ إليه اسمَه الحقيقي، وأنا بدوري لم أسأل عن ذلك. وفي نهاية كل مقابلة يقول كل واحد منهم:” لا […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]

By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon
He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at unarmed protesters by government forces is wrong.
He was ordered to shoot, refused to do so, and in late April joined protesters calling […]