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OHCHR-Nepal calls on CPN-Maoist to fulfill commitments to stop human rights abuses
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OHCHR-Nepal today delivered to the CPN-Maoist a document setting out its major concerns regarding human rights abuses by the CPN-Maoist since its ceasefire declaration of 26 April 2006. The concerns include issues relating to the rights to life (killings and deaths of persons abducted), to liberty and security (abductions), and to physical integrity (ill-treatment and
torture), as well as the rights of the child and of internally displaced persons (IDPs).

#CEASEFIRE #MAOIST #KILLINGS #ABUSE #ILLTREATMENTS #FORCEDDONATIONS
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UNOHCHR ,   (2006 )
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Press Release in English
Keywords:
HUMAN RIGHTS , HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION , DETAINED PERSON , CORPORAL PUNISHMENTS , DEATH IN CUSTODY , INCOMMUNICADO DETENTION , TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL TREATMENT , CRIME VICTIMS , TORTURE VICTIMS , CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON , INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSON , INTIMIDATION , THREATS
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 UNOHCHR : UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
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14.02.02  -  Human Rights
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