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'Catastrophic,' 'Beyond Shameful,' and 'Xenophobia-Fueled' Trump Admin. Panned Over Proposal to Slash Refugee Cap to Zero
"An admissions goal of zero would be another low in a global race to the bottom"
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With Administration Under Fire for Abuses, Pompeo Unveils Panel Critics Say Will 'Politicize' and 'Undermine' Human Rights
"If this administration truly wanted to support people's rights, it would use the global framework that's already in place."
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Libya News
'This Attack Clearly Could Constitute a War Crime,' Says UN Envoy After at Least 44 Killed in Bombing of Libyan Migrant Detention Center
The air raid comes as refugees report being held in facilities with "raw sewage, piles of garbage, disease, maggots, and barely enough food to survive."
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Peace Advocates Praise Senate for Voting to Block 'Brazen Power Grab' by Trump to Sell Saudis More Weapons
By arming the Saudi-led coalition waging war on Yemen, said Amnesty International, "the U.S. government has already devastated the lives of thousands."
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'Rare Piece of Good News for the People of Yemen' as UK Court Finds Weapons Sales to Saudis Unlawful
"No matter what atrocities it has inflicted, the Saudi regime has been able to count on the uncritical political and military support of the U.K."
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After Damning UN Report, Human Rights and Press Freedom Advocates Demand Justice for Khashoggi
"Impunity in this case poses too great a risk to the safety of journalists everywhere."
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For 'Challenging Us All to Confront the Realities of the Climate Crisis,' Greta Thunberg and Fridays for Future Movement Win Amnesty's Top Human Rights Award
"This is not my award, this is everyone's award. It is amazing to see the recognition we are getting and know that we are fighting for something that is having an impact," said Thunberg
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child News
'Straight-Up Cruel': Trump Admin Condemned for Canceling Education, Recreation, and Legal Services for Detained Migrant Children
"What's next? Drinking water? Food? ...Where are they going to stop?"
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A coalition study found that U.S.-led forces in Iraq and Syria killed 1,302 people—but Amnesty International is disputing that number as too low. News
US Figure of Casualties in Iraq and Syria Hides True, 'Devastating Scale' of Civilian Deaths, Says Amnesty
"The coalition remains deeply in denial."
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Trump's New "Fundamentally Cruel" Policy Would Effectively Bar Central American Refugees From Seeking Asylum
"Once again, the administration is seeking to slam the door on vulnerable people."
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