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Human Rights Watch calls on authorities to go further; strip them of powers to enforce sex segregation
International groups issue joint statement calling on the US, UK, France and other to suspend all weapon sales to Gulf kingdom
Human Rights Watch accuses authorities of carrying out illegal deportations that are tearing families apart
Human Rights Watch claims Omani activists are seeing a decline in freedom of expression
Human Rights Watch says detention of Ebrahim Sharif is proof that 'Bahrain is a serial abuser of the right to free speech'
Human Rights Watch says Kuwait has taken 'important step' in protecting domestic workers
Human Rights Watch claims conviction of Hassan Hajiya and Abdulreda Dhaqany on Jan 12 was 'flawed'
Human Rights Watch says Gulf kingdom is issuing hefty sentences on vague charges to prominent activists
Human Rights Watch draws up new standards to address 'rampant abuse and exploitation of worker’s rights in GCC'
Human Rights Watch says sale should not go ahead in absence of investigation into alleged war violations in Yemen
Human rights group applauds move but says more needs to be done to protect domestic workers
Human Rights Watch says proposal to further protect migrant workers is 'another step in the right direction'
Human Rights Group urges King Salman to quash death sentence against Ali al-Nimr for crimes committed when he was just 17
Human Rights Watch says it has seen 'little sign' that monarch is prepared to end abuses at home
Human Rights Watch claims new legislation violates the right to personal privacy and should be amended
Human Rights Watch says people from Tibetan or Muslim populations have had waits of up to five years or outright refusals
Human Rights Watch says decision to lift restrictions are based on 'seriously flawed assessment of human rights situation'
Human Rights Watch applauds move by Gulf state to adopt new law giving domestic workers enforceable labour rights
Gov’t is accused of attempting to cover up corruption after dissolving the board of Kuwaiti chapter of Transparency International
Human Rights Watch calls on authorities to stop executions; claims 90 have been carried out so far in 2015, more than whole of last year
Rights group says court proceedings against former President appear to have been politically motivated
Since mid-October security forces have used tear gas to disperse protests by opposition
Government forces bombed and fired artillery on ten bakeries, killing about 60 people, say activists
US-based watchdog says the number is greater than during Mubarak's entire 30-year rule
Watchdog urges other countries to increase measures to protect their nationals working abroad
Human Rights Watch calls on Barack Obama to tackle human rights concerns during summit on May 13-14
Human Rights Watch claims security forces are routinely harrassing, detaining and imprisoning critics of gov't policies
Human Rights Watch calls on US President to voice concerns during first visit to Gulf kingdom since 2009
Billionaire's foundation signs deal to support work of Human Rights Watch in Arab world
Human Rights Watch hits back at claims that it published 'biased and deceptive' report
New Human Rights Watch report says conditions deteriorated in 2012 during political crisis
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