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Human rights news and analysis from The Nation
June 15, 2015
Qatar’s World Cup Preparations Could Kill as Many as 4,000 Migrant Workers
Will the scandals roiling FIFA put a stop to the deadly construction projects?
May 13, 2015
Human Rights Groups to Obama: Investigate All Civilian Victims of Drone Strikes
Groups from Amnesty to the ACLU to Reprieve are calling for the same standard of accountability that followed the killings of Warren Weinstein and Giovanni Lo Porto.
April 7, 2015
April 7, 1994: The Rwandan Genocide Begins
“Uganda denies it, Egypt and South Africa will not comment, and France has yet to fully disclose its role.”
April 2, 2015
A Call to Resist Saudi (and US) Aggression in Yemen
This invasion pits billionaire royal elites of the Gulf—and their US and Arab League supporters—against the downtrodden people of Yemen.
March 24, 2015
A Q&A With Alicia Garza, Co-Founder of #BlackLivesMatter
The force behind the burgeoning movement talks about the resurgent fight for black liberation.
Mychal Denzel Smith
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November 12, 2014
Egypt Escalates Repression Against Human Rights Groups and NGOs
A sense of malaise plagues activist circles, with energies largely spent supporting the thousands in prison.
Sharif Abdel Kouddous
October 31, 2014
Did Ferguson Police Violate Human Rights During the Protests?
A new report documents the most major concerns.
June 13, 2014
Elections and Peace Talks Won’t Stem Colombia’s Violence
The presidential run-off this weekend and talks with the FARC are obscuring horrific violence in places like Buenaventura—and US multinationals are deeply implicated.
May 31, 2001
The Battle of Algiers
A new memoir stirs long-suppressed memories of the “war without a name.”