World Human Rights Report
Kenneth Roth spoke to reporters about the release of the Human Rights Watch’s 16th annual 2006 World Report, which included analysis… read more
Kenneth Roth spoke to reporters about the release of the Human Rights Watch’s 16th annual 2006 World Report, which included analysis of major human rights issues of 2005, as well as developments over the past year in the U.S. and more than 70 other countries. He talked about the U.S. policy of abusive interrogation undermined rights worldwide, saying that these tactics fueled terrorist recruitment and discouraged public assistance of efforts to combat terrorism. Following his presentation, Mr. Roth responded to questions and comments from the reporters. close
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