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Human Rights Watch News 05/29/2020 21:16
© 2019 Brian Stauffer for Human Rights Watch. The meatpacking industry in Germany, like the meatpacking industry in the United States, has recently , and hundreds of migrant workers from Eastern Europe have become infected. But the has been dramatically different. In the US, President Donald Trump signed that threatens to keep meatpacking plants open even as . The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued a which is entirely voluntary, not mandatory, perpetuating a . As part of the next stimulus package, US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is , even when they don’t take reasonable action to protect workers from exposure to coronavirus. In contrast, Germany is seeking to s.
Human Rights Watch News 05/29/2020 21:16
A moving billboard with an image depicting President Trump as Pinocchio circles the White House, May 28, 2020. © 2020 Eric Kayne/AP Images for AVAAZ. (Washington, DC, May 29, 2020) – President Donald Trump’s May 28, 2020 executive order, , is a profound attack against online freedom of expression globally, Human Rights Watch said today. The executive order aims to make the social media companies’ general protection from liability under of the Communications Decency Act contingent on whether they moderate content in "good faith," a standard the Federal Communications Commission would be asked to clarify.
Human Rights Watch News 05/29/2020 21:16
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli attends this year's fiscal policy and programs during complete nationwide lockdown at federal parliament in Kathmandu, Nepal on Friday, May 15, 2020. © 2020 Photo by Narayan Maharjan/NurPhoto via AP. (New York) – ’s risks giving the national intelligence agency unlimited surveillance and search powers, Human Rights Watch said today.
Human Rights Watch News 05/29/2020 21:16
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, center, his deputy Zsolt Semjen and other government members and MPs of the governing Fidesz party vote on a draft law concerning extraordinary measures during the plenary session of Parliament in Budapest, Hungary, March 30, 2020. © 2020 Zoltan Mathe/MTI via AP Images. Following international outrage, the government’s announcement to revoke the rule-by-decree and state of emergency law this week at first glance seems a positive step.
Human Rights Watch News 05/29/2020 21:16
Just days after the in France of Félicien Kabuga, one of the Rwandan genocide’s alleged masterminds, came the that the remains of another – Augustin Bizimana, the minister of defense at the time of the killings – were identified in a grave in Pointe-Noire, Republic of Congo. Augustin Bizimana. Source : United States Department of State. That Bizimana will not face his day in court is a loss for survivors and relatives of victims of the genocide.
Human Rights Watch News 05/29/2020 21:16
In this file photo, members of the Baha'i faith protest in Sanaa, Yemen, during a hearing in the case of a fellow Baha'i man suspected of contacts with Israel and charged with seeking to establish a base for the community in Yemen, April 3, 2016. Arabic writing on the poster reads, "Baha'is are demanding justice and law in the case of Hamed.". © 2016 AP Photo/Hani Mohammed. Houthi authorities in Yemen continue to detain several members of the Baha’i religious minority group despite a senior Houthi leader having their release in March. The detainees are being held solely and include Hamad Kamal Haydara, who was arrested in 2013 and sentenced to death in 2018. The March 25 public statement by Mahdi al-Mashat, president of the Houthi-run Supreme.
Human Rights Watch News 05/29/2020 21:16
Raquel, 25, holds her daughter Heloisa in Areia, Paraíba state, Brazil. Raquel gave birth to twin daughters with Zika syndrome in April 2016. “I want to give my best to my daughters,” she said in an interview with Human Rights Watch. © 2017 Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters. As Covid-19 dominates headlines, the Zika virus silently continues to put women and children at grave risk in Brazil, and the country has not taken nearly enough steps to combat the mosquito-borne disease or help the families impacted by it. Brazil’s Ministry of Health identified new suspected cases of Zika between December 2019 and February 2020. A virus infection during pregnancy can cause and other congenital conditions in infants. The 2015-2016 Zika virus outbreak in dispropo.
Human Rights Watch News 05/29/2020 21:16
Volunteers tend to a man in a wheelchair and his partner, after they were rescued during flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas, Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017. © 2019 AP Photo/Gerald Herbert. People with disabilities are at increased risk of the adverse impacts of climate change – including threats to their health, food security, water, sanitation, and livelihoods – the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said in a .
Human Rights Watch News 05/29/2020 03:04
Quelques jours seulement après en France de Félicien Kabuga, l’un des cerveaux présumés du génocide rwandais, intervient que les restes d’un autre génocidaire – Augustin Bizimana, ministre de la Défense pendant le génocide – ont été identifiés dans une tombe à Pointe-Noire, en République du Congo. Augustin Bizimana. Source: Département d’État américain. Le fait qu’Augustin Bizimana ne sera pas présenté devant les tribunaux est une perte importante pour les survivants et proches des victimes du génocide.
Human Rights Watch News 05/28/2020 06:50
People walk past the Supreme Court in Singapore January 22, 2014. © 2014 Reuters. Using Zoom video conferencing, a Singaporean judge on May 15 remotely a man to death by hanging. Punithan Genasan, 37, was complicit in drug trafficking by coordinating 2 couriers to move 28.5 grams of heroin in 2011. Genasan any connection to the couriers but his defence was rejected. Genasan, a Malaysian national, was to Singapore in January 2016, days after he was arrested in Malaysia. The death penalty is always abhorrent, but to deliver this sentence, the harshest a defendant can receive, through the impersonal remoteness of a Zoom video call is utterly inhumane. This practice seems spurred on by the Covid-19 pandemic – earlier this month, a judge in Niger.
Human Rights Watch News 05/28/2020 06:50
Masks imprinted with artwork by Ai Wei Wei, including symbols of free speech, surveillance, persecution, mass obedience, and defiance. These and others are for sale on eBay for Charity. Ai Weiwei, the famed Chinese artist and activist, is a creative thorn in the side of Chinese authorities. His activism gained prominence when he broke through the government cover up to the thousands of children who died during the Sichuan earthquake of 2008 due to shoddy school construction. Today, he is making a film about the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. Ai’s work is influenced by his life experience. In public conversations I had with him in and , we discussed how our lives were influenced by our fathers. Mine fled Nazi Germany as a 12-year-old; he fil.
Human Rights Watch News 05/28/2020 06:50
Pastor David Lah leaves court after an appearance on charges filed against him for holding religious services in April, Yangon, Myanmar, May 20, 2020. © 2020 AP Photo. (Bangkok) – At least 500 people, including children, returning migrant workers, and religious minorities, have been sentenced to between one month and one year in prison in since late March 2020 for violating curfews, quarantines, or other movement control orders, Human Rights Watch said today.
Human Rights Watch News 05/28/2020 06:50
A teacher collects food bags from a local food bank set up in Northampton, United Kingdom to distribute to children at her school during closures to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, April 2020. © 2020 David Rogers/Getty Images. (London) – Schools and charities in England have had to distribute food directly to children from poor families since the authorities closed schools to slow the spread of after a government-commissioned voucher system became plagued with problems, Human Rights Watch said today.
Human Rights Watch News 05/28/2020 06:50
Kenyans make their way home before the daily dusk-to-dawn curfew in Nairobi, Kenya, April 6, 2020. © 2020 AP Photo/Brian Inganga. (Nairobi) – authorities are potentially facilitating transmission of the Covid-19 virus while forcefully quarantining tens of thousands of people in facilities that lack proper sanitation, protective equipment and food, Human Rights Watch, Kenya Human Rights Commission, and Journalists for Justice said today. The authorities have also held crowds of people in the arrivals area at the Nairobi airport for more than four hours with no social distancing, sanitizers, or masks; ferried people in packed buses with little ventilation; and, at the quarantine facilities, failed to enforce quarantine guidelines issued by the.
Human Rights Watch News 05/28/2020 06:50
Afghans return to Afghanistan at the Islam Qala border with Iran, in the western Herat Province, February 20, 2019. © 2019 AP Photo/Rahmat Gul. Almost a month after reports emerged of the alleged drowning by Iranian border authorities of Afghan migrants attempting to cross the border into Iran, efforts to uncover the truth have achieved little. At a May 26 meeting , Iranian and Afghan officials vowed to jointly investigate the incident, but promises to uncover the truth have so far come to nothing.

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