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United Nations Human Rights Experts, Grave Concern About Cracldown on Demonstrators in Nepal
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The following statement was issued today by united nations human rights experts, whose names appear below:gravely concerned at the escalating wave of violence surrounding prodemocracy demonstrations throughout nepal in recent days. disproportionate and excessive use of force has resulted demonstrations descending into violent clashes with members of the police and armed police force, with protestors attacking them with stones and projectiles, and with serious injuries being sustained by police officers.the Government to exercise restraint in policing demonstrations; to guarantee fundamental human rights for all, including the rights to life; to psychological; to not be arbitrarily deprived of one's liberty; and to freedoms of opinion, expression,association, and assembly.
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Press Release in English
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HUMAN RIGHTS EXPERTS, DEEPLY CONCERNED, COMMUNAL VIOLENCE, SURROUNDING, PRODEMCRACY DEMONSTRSTION, ARMED POLICE FORCE, FREEDOM EXPRESSION, PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE, EXPRESSION, ASSOCIATION, ASSEMBLY
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 UN : International Peace and Security
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14.05.03  -  Social Development
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