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July 14, 2009
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(Nueva York, el 14 de julio, 2009) El Fiscal General de Colombia ha ordenado una investigacion penal en contra del fiscal segundo especializado de Sincelejo, Dr. Rodolfo Martinez Mendoza, por...
July 13, 2009
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In light of today's verdict in the 2006 killing of 23-year-old Ilan Halimi, Paul LeGendre, Director of the Fighting Discrimination Program at Human Rights First, stressed the importance of criminal...
July 10, 2009
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There has been a major setback for human rights in Indonesia. The Indonesian Supreme Court has posted a document stating that on June 15 it denied the prosecutor's appeal of the acquittal of former...
July 10, 2009
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  Human Rights First expresses deep concern at the stabbing of a Marwa El Sherbiny, who was suing her attacker after he insulted her for wearing the Islamic headscarf. "We hope that the...
July 09, 2009
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Last week in a German courtroom a pregnant Muslim woman was stabbed to death by a Russian man with a history of anti-Muslim hate crime.This shocking incident has sparked outrage in the victim's...
July 09, 2009
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HRF Board Member, and member of our coalition of retired military leaders, John Hutson gave testimony to the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday, explaining why he went from an ardent...
July 09, 2009
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David Laufman, an attorney experienced in prosecuting terrorism cases, writes in the Huffington Post today on why Guantanamo detainees should be transferred to U.S. criminal courts.On why to try them...
July 09, 2009
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The 2008 Hate Crime Survey
July 08, 2009
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A former Human Rights First award-winner, wife of slain Indonesian activist Munir Said Thalib, co-wrote a compelling op-ed in the Jakarta Post calling for a reckoning with Indonesia's past, and...
July 08, 2009
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Washington, DC - Today, the Obama Administration announced the nomination of Human Rights First President Michael Posner to serve as the nation's next Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy...

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