International community silent in the face of recent human rights abuses

October 8, 2012

 

At the Human Rights Council’s 21st session in Geneva, the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the Armanshahr Foundation/OPEN ASIA alerted the international community to an upsurge in violence in Afghanistan. The last two months have been characterised by a new wave of brutality and summary executions by the Taliban. Thus far, however, the Council has failed to take action.

 

See full report: http://www.fidh.org/International-community-silent-in-12190

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