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Human rights claim rejected.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 09/22/94, Vol. 224 Issue 58, pA4. 999p.

Abstract:Reports on the rejection of a claim by members of the Fayed family by the European Court of Human Rights that they were victims of a British breach of human rights. Grounds for rejection of claims.

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Notable & Quotable: Human Rights in Iran.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 10/30/2015, Vol. 266 Issue 103, pA11-A11. 1/8p.

Abstract:An expert from the article "Situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran" by Ahmed Shaheed in the October 6, 2015 issue.

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U.S. Lists Human-Rights Concerns.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 6/26/2015, Vol. 265 Issue 148, pA9-A9. 1/9p.

Abstract:The article focuses on a report by the U.S. State Department that raises concerns over human rights violations in Cuba and Iran, and expresses concerns over Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime and the rise of non-state terrorist organizations lik...

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A Human Rights Victory.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 12/14/2012, Vol. 260 Issue 143, pA16-A16. 1/4p.

Abstract:In this article the author discusses the passage of the Magnitsky Act by both houses of U.S. Congress, legislation which would prevent Russian human rights violators from entering and banking in the U.S., and commends Congress for taking a stand to pro...

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Human Rights Said to Worsen in Crimea.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 10/28/2014, Vol. 264 Issue 101, pA15-A15. 1/5p.

Abstract:The article discusses the deterioration of human rights in Crimea, Ukraine for groups including the Crimean Tatars and ethnic Ukrainians since its annexation by Russia in March 2014, according to a report on October 27, 2014 by the advisory internation...

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Obama Presses Malaysia on Human Rights.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 4/28/2014, Vol. 263 Issue 98, pA8-A8. 1/5p. 1 Color Photograph.

Abstract:The article reports that U.S. President Barack Obama stressed the importance of human rights during a visit to Malaysia aimed at strengthening the country's relations to the U.S.

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Intel Cites Human Rights In EU Fight On Antitrust.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 7/23/2009, Vol. 254 Issue 19, pB1-B2. 2p.

Abstract:The article reports that among arguments being advanced by Intel Corp. to appeal a fine from the European Union (EU) is the contention that the levy violates its human rights by deriving from an administrative body rather than a court. Both Saint-Gobai...

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The Decline of Human Rights.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 1/31/2012, Vol. 259 Issue 24, pA13-A13. 2/5p.

Abstract:The author laments what he sees as trivialization and discrediting of human rights as reflected by the burgeoning number of human-rights cases accepted by the European Court of Human Rights, with a particular focus on the case of suspected terrorist Ab...

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Double Standards and Human Rights Watch.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 7/31/2009, Vol. 254 Issue 26, pA15. 0p.

Abstract:The author talks about the apparent double standards involving the organization Human Rights Watch. He examines several reports from the organization in which it has criticized the actions of Israel more than those by the Palestinians and the Hezbollah...

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Drone Program Attacked By Human-Rights Groups.

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Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 12/9/2011, Vol. 258 Issue 136, pA9-00. 0p.

Abstract:The article reports that British human-rights group Reprieve and its Pakistani partners have criticized the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's drone program.

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