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September 17, 2019
Brazil: Criminal Networks Target Rainforest Defenders
Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon is driven largely by criminal networks that use violence and intimidation against those who try to stop them, and the government is failing to protect both the defenders and the rainforest itself.
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September 21, 2019 News Release
Egypt: Respect Right to Peaceful Protest
September 20, 2019 Dispatches
No Justice 3 Years After DR Congo Massacre
September 20, 2019 Commentary
Russian Public Helped Free 1 'Moscow Case' Prisoner, Now They Want More
Published in The Moscow Times
September 20, 2019 News Release
DR Congo: Warlord Sought by ICC Killed
September 20, 2019 Dispatches
Britain Should Practice What It Preaches
September 19, 2019 Dispatches
Address, Don’t Dismiss, Kashmir Grievances
September 19, 2019 News Release
US: Block Law Endangering Sex Workers
September 19, 2019 News Release
Tanzania: Protect Burundians Facing Abuse
September 19, 2019 News Release
US: Proposed Debt Collection Rule Fails Consumers
September 19, 2019 Commentary
The Deadly Toll for Palestinian Women
Published in The New Arab
September 19, 2019 Dispatches
UN Shares Details of Burundian Activist’s Murder
September 19, 2019 Interview
Interview: “He Often Beat Me Up”
September 19, 2019 News Release
Lebanon: Judiciary Ignoring 2017 Anti-Torture Law
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Rainforest Mafias: How Violence and Impunity Fuel Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon
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