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Mar 22, 2013
BBC Twitter accounts hacked by pro-Assad online groupThe Twitter account belonging to the BBC's weather service was hacked on Thursday, the public broadcaster said...
Mar 06, 2013
UNHRC must launch probe into SL war crimes: HRWHuman Rights Watch Wednesday urged the UN Human Rights Council to launch "an independent, international investigation into war crimes" committed in the final months of the Sri Lankan conflict.
Feb 26, 2013
Sri Lankan military charged with raping LTTE suspectsWhile widespread rape in custody occurred during the armed conflict that ended in 2009, HRW found that politically motivated sexual violence by the military and police continues to the present.
Feb 08, 2013
Sri Lanka 'poor host' for Commonwealth summit: Human Rights WatchCommonwealth nations should move their 2013 leaders' summit from Sri Lanka unless it makes prompt progress on its "abysmal" human rights record, Human Rights Watch said.
Feb 07, 2013
Police don't believe child sex abuse victims in India: reportMost of the child victims of sexual assault in India face humiliation while undergoing medical tests apart from police who often do not believe their account, according to a Human Rights Watch report.
Feb 04, 2013
Govt gets flak from global human rights body for not scrapping AFSPANew York-based Human Rights watch points out corruption, non-implementation of laws and a laid-back bureaucracy as the reasons behind human rights violations in India.
Feb 01, 2013
India failed to protect its women from sexual violence: Human Rights WatchIndia's human rights situation took serious turns for the worse with respect to civil society protections and sexual violence against women, Human Rights Watch said today.
Jan 11, 2013
Human Rights Watch slams Pakistan over Shia massacreThe HRW statement came after serial bombings in Quetta killed at least 93 people and wounded around 120.
Dec 16, 2012
Human Rights group urges India to reject changes in anti-terror lawThe Indian parliament should reject proposed amendments to its counter-terrorism act that could lead to further misuse of the draconian law, Human Rights Watch has said.
Aug 01, 2012
Govt forces raped, killed Myanmar Muslims, says rights groupHuman Rights Watch says Myanmar forces failed to intervene as sectarian violence erupted last month in western Myanmar and then opened fire on Muslim Rohingyas as they tried to save their burning homes.