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last update: february 5th, 2009

february 5th, 2009

Nicholas Kristof Burma Op-Ed: "Sneaking In Where Thugs Rule"

"Before entering Myanmar from Thailand, you scrub your bags of any hint that you might be engaged in some pernicious evil, such as espionage, journalism or promotion of human rights.

 

Then you exit from the Thai town of Mae Sot and walk across the gleaming white 'friendship bridge' to the Burmese immigration post on the other side. Entering Myanmar (which traditionally has been known as Burma), you adjust your watch: Myanmar is 30 minutes ahead — and 50 years behind."

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december 10th, 2008

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Not On Our Watch Donates $1.5 million to Lifesaving Programs in Darfur and Eastern Chad

Continuing its efforts to offer critical assistance and resources to victims of the ongoing conflict in the Darfur region, Not On Our Watch has awarded a combined (US)$1.5 million to lifesaving programs in Darfur and eastern Chad.

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last updated october 30th, 2009

october 30th, 2009

Burma Arrests Journalists, Activists in Crackdown

"Burmese authorities have arrested up to 50 people including journalists, political activists and students in a security crackdown this month in its biggest city, a Thailand-based human rights group said on Friday."

october 30th, 2009

Update: Africa Backs Darfur Crimes Court

"African leaders have agreed to establish a new court to bring justice to the Sudanese region of Darfur."

october 30th, 2009

Update: Zimbabwe Foreign Minister: UN Trip a 'Provocation'

"Zimbabwe's foreign minister is calling a visit by the UN torture investigator 'a provocation of the highest order.'"

october 30th, 2009

Southern African Countries to Hold Zimbabwe Summit

"Southern African countries plan to hold an extraordinary summit on the political crisis in Zimbabwe, Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said on Friday."

october 29th, 2009

Zimbabwe Deports UN investigator to South Africa

"Zimbabwean immigration officials barred the United Nations' torture investigator from entering their country and returned him to South Africa Thursday, an act he termed a 'serious diplomatic incident' that reflects a split in the coalition government.

 

'There are certainly some parts of the government who do not want me to assess the current conditions of torture,' Manfred Nowak angrily told reporters in Johannesburg upon arrival from Zimbabwe."

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