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PAIN MANAGEMENT IS A HUMAN RIGHT – BUT NOT FOR ALL

56 years ago, in 1961, an international treaty, the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs “obligated countries to work towards universal access to the narcotic drugs necessary to alleviate pain and suffering

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Saudi Arabia: Elected to the UN Commission on the Status of Women

Post Views: 18 “Dozens of Saudi women have told Human Rights Watch that the male guardianship system is the most significant impediment to realizing women’s rights in the country, effectively leaving adult women legal minors who cannot make key decisions

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Armas químicas en Siria: Consejo de Seguridad y Estados Unidos

En razón de sustancias químicas en Siria que, el pasado 4 de abril han dejado un saldo mortífero de 87 personas, entre las cuales 20 niños, y más de 400 heridos

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Human Rights Watch, 2017 WORLD REPORT 

Human Rights Watch (HRW) have recently launched their World Report 2017 – Events of 2016

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Ashraf Fayadh: STILL IMPRISONED

Thursday, July 28, 2016 has been named A DAY OF CREATIVITY for Palestinian poet and artist Ashraf Fayadh, originally arrested in 2013 in Abha, in southwest Saudi Arabia, imprisoned in January 2014 and sentenced to death in November 2015

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TURKEY: HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH says

The Cizre Report. The situation in Turkey at the moment does not bode well for an investigation into these crimes against humanity

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Hundreds of civilians have died in Turkey since July 2015

283 people have died as a result of clashes since 12 July 2015

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