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The frontier of rights.


As the Olympic Games were taking place in China and hopes for the beginning of a new dawn of human rights were being dashed, Russian and Georgian armies were perpetrating atrocities against the civilian population of South Ossetia. And in Iran, where execution by stoning seems on its way to becoming a thing of the past, such is not the case with mass executions.

As the Olympic Games were taking place in China and hopes for the beginning of a new dawn of human rights were being dashed, Russian and Georgian armies were perpetrating atrocities against the civilian population of South Ossetia. And in Iran, where execution by stoning seems on its way to becoming a thing of the past, such is not the case with mass executions.

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