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Kayin State has been suffering from on-going conflicts between armed groups and the government. These conflicts have resulted in many injuries from land-mines and very poor living conditions especially in remote villages where malaria and diarrhoea have been difficult to treat due to lack of basic health care.

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At least 150 people have been executed in Pakistan since December 2014, when the government lifted a moratorium on executions in place since 2008. This represents a major step backwards in Pakistan's record on human rights. And this morning Aftab Bahadur was executed. His petition, alleging his juvenile status at the time of the crime and torture while in custody to extract a confession, was not given due consideration. 


Au moins 150 personnes ont été exécutées au Pakistan depuis décembre 2014, date à laquelle le gouvernement a levé un moratoire sur les exécutions, en vigueur depuis 2008. Il s'agit, pour le Pakistan, d'un recul notoire en matière de politique des droits de l’homme. Et ce matin, Aftab Bahadur a été exécuté. Sa requête, qui faisait valoir son statut de mineur au moment des faits ainsi que les tortures commises en prison pour obtenir des aveux, n'a pas été prise en compte.



This morning five people, including two policemen, were hurt in an attack at the historic site of Karnak, in Luxor. 

This kind of violence targeting security and police, but also civilians and tourism, aims at undermining Egypt's stability and economic development. 

We must stand united in our common fight against terrorism. 


Ce matin, cinq personnes, dont deux policiers, ont été blessées lors d'un attentat visant le site historique de Karnak, à Louxor.

Ce type de violence à l'encontre des forces de sécurité et de police, mais aussi des civils et des touristes, a pour but de compromettre la stabilité et le développement économique de l'Égypte.

Nous devons rester unis dans notre lutte commune contre le terrorisme.