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China. Southern Mongolian political prisoner still illegally detained by authorities Southern (Inner) Mongolian dissident, Hada, kept in a secret prison Mongolian Herders Protest China’s Illegal Occupation of Their Land and Defamation of Their Ancestors Malaysia. Cartoonist Zunar Keeps Fighting for Free Speech Rights Plans Announced to Resettle China's Remaining Nomad Population Southern Mongolians Fighting for the Right to Sign Documents in Mongolian Taylor Verdict a Warning to War Crimes Perpetrators Eastern Southern (Inner) Mongolia. Detainees Freed, but Informers Punished Protests continue in Southern (Inner) Mongolia Southern Mongolians Protest Land Expropriation, 22 Arrested Southern (Inner) Mongolian Political Prisnoner suffering from Poor Health and Maltreatment in Secret Prison Hada, Southern (Inner) Mongolian political prisoner, still held without charge in secret prison Attack on human rights community threatens the very best of Israel Another Mongolian Herder Killed by Chinese Trucker Dissident Writer Huuchinhuu Beaten Repeatedly Saudi Arabian woman sentenced to flogging for driving Jerusalem. Stop destruction of Mamilla cemetery for "Museum of Tolerance" New Round of Herders' Protest Erupts in Southern (Inner) Mongolia Many Detained, Some Fled After Protests in Southern Mongolia Military Control Protests Continued Tuesday Under Heavy Police and Military Presence Martial Law in Southern (Inner) Mongolia, but Protests Continue Mongolia. Worldwide Call to Protest the Killing of Mergen Mongolia. Banner capital under complete control of riot police and army Many reasons to be glum if you are a Muslim living in Britain today Protests Spread in China's Mongolian Region, More Cities Under Marshal Law Hada is Still Held in a Secret Prison, Wife and Son Formally Arrested Mongolian political prisoner encourages Chinese authorities to be more “humane” Open letter to the Iranian President. We urge you to unconditionally release Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani Discrimination based on ethnic origin still a problem in Europe Iranian authorities arrest Sajjad Ghaderzadeh and Houtan Kian Ayatollah Boroujerdi's Open Letter to the UN Human Rights Council Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani's stoning sentence. Son writes to UN UN Independent Expert on Somalia issues strong warning on human rights situation ''PRODUCE TORTURED GAO ZHISHENG" MEP EDWARD McMILLAN-SCOTT CALLS Abusers Target Human Rights Messengers Yemen imprisons first female Arab journalist SRI LANKA MUST FACE WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL Human rights deteriorating in China What most climate jugglers forget: Hunger UN refugee agency voices hope that France extends protection to asylum-seekers UN refugee agency says as many as 65 dead or missing in Gulf of Aden Clinton Should Stress Human Rights on Africa Trip - HRW Ethnic profiling alive and well in Europe Saudi Arabian princess seeks asylum in Britain over illegitimate child Parents Appeal to Somali And Libyan Governments to Release Their Children in Libya Millions of U.S. Citizens continue to face Discrimination at the Hands of Police Human Rights and Humanitarian Conditions deteriorate Somalia Clashes force Another 26,000 From their Homes EU makes Available 8 Million Euro for Kenya and Somali Refugees UN Refugee Agency decries Daily Atrocities in Somalia What is More Important: Ballot Boxes for Afghans or Bread for Somalis? Somalia. People in Need of Emergency Assistance Call for Hope and Dignity for Every Child Pakistan. Use of Heavy Force Counterproductive Human Rights Council's Vote. Freedom House expresses Concern Canada Discusses Human Rights Record at Geneva Council Campaign Organizers against Sharia Law Welcome New Report Canada’s Aboriginal Children Living in Below Average Conditions - Survey First International Conference on Islam, Sharia Law and Civil Society - a Success According to Organizers Rabbis for Human Rights : Making an Enemy into a Friend U.S. Report Decries 'Modern-Day Slavery' Prague Conference Shines Spotlight On Persecuted Heroes of Human rights and Democracy