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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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The Words Heard Around The World.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 7/5/2014, Vol. 264 Issue 4, pC1-C2. 2p. 3 Color Photographs.

Abstract:The author discusses the social and political influence of the U.S. Declaration of Independance as of July 2014, arguing that the Declaration has had more influence on state sovereignty than it has in establishing unalienable rights for humans. Topics ...

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Obama Presses Rights Issues in Malaysia.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 11/21/2015, Vol. 266 Issue 122, pA10-A10. 1/3p.

Abstract:The article reports that U.S. President Barack Obama, at a town hall event in Malaysia on November 20, 2015, has pressed for government accountability and human rights protections.

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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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World Watch.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 10/29/2015, Vol. 266 Issue 102, pA12-A12. 1/4p. 1 Color Photograph.

Abstract:This section offers news briefs from around the world as of October 2015 including the number of people who died from tuberculosis, the re-election of Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara and the release of a United Nations report on Iran's failure ...

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Muslims Must Combat the Extremist Cancer.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 8/28/2015, Vol. 266 Issue 50, pA9-A9. 2/9p.

Abstract:The author stresses the need for Muslims to combat extremism and confront the totalitarian ideology of terrorist groups by denouncing violence and not falling prey to victimhood, promoting human rights and holistic understanding of Islam, providing edu...

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No More Hiding From Venezuela's Abuses.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 7/2/2015, Vol. 266 Issue 2, pA13-A13. 1/8p.

Abstract:The article reports on the human rights abuses in Venezuela, where more than 75 political prisoners are still behind bars including opposition leaders Leopoldo Lopez and Danile Ceballos.

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Allies, Beware: The U.S. Is a Fair-Weather Friend.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 6/3/2015, Vol. 265 Issue 128, pA17-A17. 1/4p.

Abstract:In the article, the author discusses how the U.S. easily forgets the good things done by its allies, citing the case of former El Salvador Minister of Defense, General Carlos Eugenio Vides Casanova, who was deported to El Salvador in 2015 due to allege...

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Ice Cream With Raspberries, Iranian-Style.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 5/2/2015, Vol. 265 Issue 102, pA11-A11. 1/6p.

Abstract:The articles discusses the welcome given to Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif by the New York University (NYU) while activists protest outside the NYU building against Iran's human rights violations.

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Nemtsov Suspect Says Confession Was Forced.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 3/12/2015, Vol. 265 Issue 58, pA10-A10. 1/5p. 1 Color Photograph.

Abstract:The article reports that Zaur Dadayev and other men accused of killing Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov were likely tortured, according to Russian human rights monitors.

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