Balochistan: 19 abducted, 20 killed in two weeks

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Balochistan: 19 abducted, 20 killed in two weeks

The first two weeks of October 2018 continue to remain grim in Balochistan. Pakistan. The new Government, so far, remains inefficient to address decade-long serious human rights violations by security

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Balochistan: Thirty-nine more disappeared, thirty-one killed in six districts in September 2018

Thirty-nine persons were forcibly disappeared by the military in Balochistan in September this year, according to the reports received by the Baloch Human Rights Organization (BHRO) and Human Rights Council

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Balochistan: The Silence of International institutions will encourage forces to commit more crimes. Tayyaba Baloch

Tayyaba Baloch, Vice Chairperson of Baloch Human Rights Organization (BHRO) in her video message said the humanitarian situation in Balochistan is beyond appalling. Talking about recent incidents of women’s abduction

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Balochistan: 25 disappeared, Nine killed in August 2018

25 persons were reported forcibly disappeared by military in which 24 are still missing in five out of the 32 districts of Balochistan amid the Pakistani security forces´ operations during the

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The Statement of Justice(r) Javed Iqbal is deceptive and misleading. BHRO

Baloch Human Rights Organization (BHRO) declared the statement of Justice® Javed Iqbal, Chairman of missing persons commission, irresponsible and misleading. Balochistan is going through the worst humanitarian situation where the

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July 2018: General elections, other side of democracy in Balochistan

  Fifty-eight people were forcibly disappeared and 209 were killed in Balochistan in July 2018, the month when general elections were held in Pakistan. Pakistan’s southwestern region, Balochistan, remained a

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Balochistan: Law enforcement agencies are practicing “Collective Punishment”. Several number of women are forcibly disappeared in Balochistan. BHRO

Baloch Human Rights Organization’s Vice Chairperson, Tayyaba Baloch held a press conference in Quetta Press Club against enforced disappearance of women and children by security forces from different areas of

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Bi-Annual Report 2018: The State of Balochistan’s Human Rights.

Balochistan: January to June 2018   Human rights situation in Balochistan has set alarm bells ringing for human rights activists as enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings continue for the last

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Balochistan: Many villages evacuated, 79 Disappeared, 24 killed in June.

Human rights situation in Balochistan has worsened in the month of June, as the disputed general elections are approaching. The government is bracing to hold elections on 25 July 2018,

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Balochistan: 14 people forcibly disappeared, 13 killed, 8 villages were burnt down into ashes

The human rights situation in Balochistan remains traumatic. The state’s widespread policy of using excessive force has become the major cause of human rights violations. Enforced disappearances, extrajudicial killings, enforced