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“At the end of two-day talks that were dubbed a "human-rights dialogue," Michael Posner, assistant secretary of state for democracy, human rights and labor, lamented that the Chinese side had rebuffed U.S. efforts to find out about the status of lawyers, political activists, artists, religious leaders and others caught in a police dragnet in recent weeks.”
“Ng Han Guan/Associated Press SPEAK SOFTLY: Michael Posner, U.S. assistant secretary of state, spoke in the U.S. embassy in Beijing Thursday after dubbed a 'human-rights dialogue.”
“The three Latin American leaders are laureates of Mr. Gadhafi's so-called human-rights prize, first won by Mr. Castro in 1998.”
“Every time in recent years when I have tried to clean up the Chechens act for them, your so-called human-rights groups have started whining.”
“Mr. Sayyaf brought Osama bin Laden, Khaled Sheikh Mohammed and many oth er future al Qaeda leaders into Afghanistan in the 1980s, and is criticized by many human-rights groups for his past abuses.”
“That program accelerated after 2001, with as many as 100 suspected terrorists shipped to Egypt for que stioning by the country's state security police, according to estimates by human-rights groups.”
“While Parliament's vote doesn't bind the government to reject the human-rights court's ruling, it will put pressure on Mr. Cameron to ignore the ruling.”
“She called it a setback for human-rights activists in the country.”
“The sentence was slammed by civil-rights campaigners who say he is being victimized for highlighting human-rights abuses.”
“The South Asia director of Human Rights Watch in India, Meenakshi Ganguly, said human-rights campaigners are disappointed at the rejection of bail for the doctor.”
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