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March 17, 2011
Washington, DC – On Friday, State Department Legal Advisor Harold Koh is scheduled to deliver the U.S. response to more than 200 recommendations made by other governments as part of the United States...
March 16, 2011
Washington, DC — Human Rights First condemns the violent military crackdown against pro-democracy protesters in Bahrain that has already resulted in several deaths and mounting numbers of injured. In...
March 15, 2011
Washington, DC – As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton travels to Egypt and Tunisia this week, Human Rights First is urging her to make clear that the United States is committed to ensuring a...
March 14, 2011
Washington, DC – Human Rights First is watching with mounting concern the advance of forces loyal to Libyan ruler Colonel Muammar Qaddafi.  Noting that the military offensive is being carried out...
March 14, 2011
Washington, DC – As forces from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates arrive in Bahrain in the face of renewed protests calling for democratic reform, Human Rights First is urging the Obama...
March 11, 2011
Washington, DC – As uprisings continue throughout the Middle East, Human Rights First is weighing in with recommendations related to the following situations: Libya “Today, ahead of Secretary...
March 11, 2011
Washington, DC – Human Rights First today stated that it is gratified that the United States is approaching its participation in the Universal Periodic Review with a seriousness that reflects the...
March 09, 2011
Washington, DC – Human Rights First today voiced concern about reports of recent violent incidents in Egypt.  The group notes that while instability is perhaps inevitable in this uncertain...
March 07, 2011
Washington, DC – Human Rights First is calling today’s executive order establishing a periodic adversarial review process for detainees held at the U.S. detention facility in Guantanamo Bay a step in...
March 03, 2011
Washington, DC – Egypt’s governing military council, the SCAF, has named former transportation minister Essam Sharaf as the nation’s new Prime Minister. Sharaf now faces the challenge of forming a...

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