UNITED NATIONS: The past 12 months marked a “formidable” year for suppression of human rights, with world leaders ignoring violations in Sudan and Gaza, and against marginalized groups like the Uighurs, a monitor said Thursday.
In its world report for 2024 Human Rights Watch singled out “tremendous suffering” caused by the Israel-Hamas war, and the conflicts in Ukraine, Myanmar, Ethiopia and the Sahel region of Africa.
The bloodiest ever Gaza war has raged since the Hamas attacks against Israel on October 7.

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