2012-03-13 12:15:29Human Rights Watch Oral Statement On Nation to the UN Human Rights Council[HRW]
Human Rights Watch welcomes the report of the international Commission of Inquiry on Libya, which rightly highlighted a wide range of past and ongoing human rights violations. We support the Commission's conclusions that "international crimes, specifically crimes against humanity and war crimes, were committed by Qadhafi forces in Libya."
Thursday, 02-11-16, 17:45Police Beat Journalists Covering Opposition Candidate's Arrival[RSF] Reporters Without Borders condemns the action of the police in beating journalists who went to Brazzaville's Maya-Maya airport to cover the arrival of Gen. Jean-Marie Michel Mokoko, a newly declared presidential candidate. The violence was clearly designed to prevent pluralistic media coverage of next month's election.
Thursday, 02-11-16, 15:39Interministerial Committee Assesses Damage After Torrential Rain[Government of Mauritius] Following the torrential rain of 10 February 2016, an Interministerial Committee, chaired by the Vice-Prime Minister, Minister of Housing and Lands, Mr Showkutally Soodhun, met today to assess the present situation across Mauritius, determine the extent of damages in the hard hit areas, as well as prioritise the recovery and emergency works that need to be carried out accordingly.