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Human Rights Organization Organizing Call-in Week Beginning February 17 to Urge Congress to Fully Investigate Past Abuses WASHINGTON, Feb.
Human Rights Organization Urges Royal Thai Government to Crack Down on Use of Torture, Ensure Accountability for Abuse WASHINGTON, Jan.
By Greg O'Keeffe Live From Abbey Road (Sat, C4, 12.15am) FILMED at the legendary recording studio in London, Live From Abbey Road has seen a whole host of world-renowned musicians perform in the famous Studio One since the show began in 2006.
Saturday 4MUSIC: LIVE FROM ABBEY ROAD (channel 4, 12.10am) The penultimate edition of the second series sees one of the most innovative musicians in popular music perform in the world-famous London studio.
News in brief COMEDY The actor Robin Williams is to return to the British stage in November after a 25-year absence. He will appear alongside John Cleese and Rowan Atkinson in a gala performance celebrating the Prince of Wales's 60th birthday.
Amnesty International is marking the 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with the 'Small Places Tour'.
By MAUREEN COLEMAN TWO of Northern Ireland's best-known singer/songwriters are teaming up for a special concert to support human rights. Duke Special and Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy will perform together at a one-off concert at Vicar Street in Dublin on Tuesday, October 14.
By Sophie Morris NEW MEDIA CHARITIES Whether it's an online soap opera or cutting- edge film, Sophie Morris reports on how web-savvy charities are using the net to raise funds Kroo Bay has everything you would expect from an online soap opera.
Rather than enhancing human rights, the Beijing Olympic Games have led to a human rights crackdown by the Chinese government, activists say.
By Doug Gillon THE International Olympic Committee is to investigate alleged censorship of the media internet service at the Beijing Olympics, writes Doug Gillon.
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