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Topic: Human rights groups

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Philippine minister says no access for UN drugs war probe
The Philippines will not allow visits by the United Nations to investigate its bloody war on drugs, its foreign minister said on Wednesday, calling its human rights experts “bastards” who had demo...
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Satellite images show Myanmar's 'minimal preparations' for Rohingya return
Myanmar has made “minimal” preparations for the return of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees sheltering in neighboring Bangladesh, according to an Australian think-tank, despite the...
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Task force on pastor Koh, Amri to include additional member
KUALA LUMPUR: The government will include an additional member in the task force investigating the disappearance of pastor Raymond Koh and Perlis activist Amri Che Mat.
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Enforced disappearances: Former police legal chief withdraws from task force
PETALING JAYA: After a week of pressure, one of the six members in the task force probing the disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh and Perlis activist Amri Che Mat has voluntarily withdrawn.
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WhatsApp hack aided by spyware linked to human rights abuses
Israeli spyware maker NSO Group Ltd was in the limelight on May 14 after its software was suspected of being used in hacking the phones of human rights activists through WhatsApp. It’s not the company’s first brush with controversy.
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Three Thais accused of insulting king have disappeared - rights groups
Three Thai activists facing charges of insulting the monarchy have disappeared after reportedly being arrested in Vietnam, rights groups said on Friday, months after two exiled critics of the military...
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Not unfair to criticise PH after only a year, say rights groups
PETALING JAYA: Human rights groups today challenged the notion that the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government should be given more time to carry out its promised reforms.
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Govt must not side with ‘bullies’, human rights groups urge
KUALA LUMPUR, March 14 — Human rights groups are urging the government to end the alleged victimisation of human rights defenders and marginalised communities.
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Muhyiddin keeps mum on Poca, Sosma status
PUTRAJAYA, March 5 — Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said today the status of one or two laws that allow for arbitrary detention will be debated in the Dewan Rakyat in two weeks’ time.
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Stop detaining children under Poca, Sosma, Putrajaya urged
KUALA LUMPUR: Human rights groups today urged the government to release all children or juvenile detainees held under the two security laws of the country, saying it is a clear breach of their fundame...
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