Commanders of Muslim Seleka and the largely Christian anti-balaka militias used rape and sexual slavery as a war tactic, rights group Human Rights Watch says in a new report.
"There is no proper way to use pellet-firing shotguns. It is irresponsible of the authorities to continue the use of the shotguns despite being aware of the damage they do," says the executive director at Amnesty International India.
Anti-Maduro protests surge in Caracas as members from the 34-nation Organization of American States bloc meet in Washington DC to discuss the crisis.
Two students died after being shot during massive protests against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, bringing the total number of those killed this month to seven.
The decision by the European Court of Justice goes against advice from its advocate general, who said last month that such visas had to be issued under EU law.
In effort to build democracy, Truth and Dignity Commission investigates human rights abuses before 2011 uprisings.
Switzerland's police and intelligence agencies have limited investigative tools compared to those of other developed countries as phone tapping and email surveillance are currently banned, regardless of the circumstances.
Chinese rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang formally disbarred due to internet posts criticising government
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