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International NGOs denounced, here Monday, the inhumane situation of Sahrawi women held against their will in Tindouf camps (south-western Sahara), calling on the international community to restore their rights.
PETA has been at the forefront of the global battle to stop inhumane treatment of animals.
Inspection results, when compared over time, can be an important measure of progress in achieving the goal of eliminating the inhumane practices associated with soring of horses.
The group's monitors visited six of the countries prisons, and documented the inhumane conditions, which it describes as seeing prisoners being held in overcrowded prison cells, which were unventilated.
Residents in the province also condemned the inhumane incident demanding urgent punishment for the soldiers.
It concerns the callous and inhumane treatment of animals by failing to care for their needs.
ISTANBUL, Jul 24, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the illegal and inhumane blockade on Gaza must be ended immediately and that all materials urgently needed by the people of Gaza must be permitted into the region.
The Statement in full including the undersigned, obtained from B'Tselem reads:"Hamas must immediately end inhumane and illegal treatment of Gilad ShalitStaff Sergeant Gilad Shalit has been in captivity for five years.
NNA - Caretaker Tourism Minister Fadi Abboud said that the inmates at Roumieh jail are enduring inhumane conditions which turned them into real criminals.
A former Bosnian Serb army general convicted of war crimes-rimes by the United Nations tribunal set up to judge the worst abuses committed during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s has been transferred to Estonia to serve out his 29-year jail term for terror, murder and inhumane acts.
condemned as inhumane and immoral the attack that claimed life of five Jewish
SOME 222 Iraqi civilians were the victims of "systemic abuse", including torture and inhumane and degrading treatment, at the hands of British soldiers and interrogators in Iraq, it was alleged at the High Court.