GHRV

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GHRVGross Human Rights Violations
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The High Commissioner called upon the international community to be cognizant of its responsibilities on Kashmir dispute between Pakistan and India and urged it to demand an independent investigation into the ongoing gross human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir and to fulfill its obligations under the relevant UN Security Council (UNSC) Resolutions on the Jammu and Kashmir dispute.
The high commissioner called upon the international community to be cognizant of its responsibilities on Kashmir dispute between Pakistan and India and urged it to demand an independent investigation into the ongoing gross human rights violations in the Indian Occupied Kashmir and to fulfill its obligations under the relevant UN Security Council (UNSC) Resolutions on the Jammu & Kashmir dispute.
She noted that Zionist Regime is committing gross human rights violation against people of Palestine.
The Foreign Secretary assured the President Azad Jammu and Kashmir that Foreign Office and all Pakistan's missions abroad will continue to support the cause of Kashmir and highlight the gross human rights violations committed by Indian Occupation Forces on all international forums especially at United Nations and UNHRC.
Citing the Leahy Law, the senators said granting assistance to foreign countries' security forces should be prohibited once proven that gross human rights violations are being perpetrated by its members.
TAP) - United Nations investigators have accused the government of Burundi of gross human rights violations, following a nine-month inquiry into the alleged torture and murder of government opponents in the troubled African state.
Failure to Prevent Gross Human Rights Violations in Darfur: Warnings to and Responses by International Decision Makers (2003-2005)
Mladenov rapped the terrorists' "recruiting and using foreign fighters, engaging in murder, hostage-taking, kidnappings, gross human rights violations.
Their support means that lawyers at risk can continue to represent the victims of gross human rights violations knowing they have a network of international lawyers at their side.
Perpetrators of gross human rights violations are enjoying impunity.
NNA - Following is the message of UN Secretary-general Ban Ki-moon on the Day for the Right to the truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims, 24 March: On this day in 1980, human rights defender Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero was assassinated.
Poorly trained government soldiers have committed gross human rights violations in Jonglei State, robbing businesses, burning homes and churches to the ground, and ruthlessly killing people who cannot escape.