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4th June 2013 - word=Human Rights&lng=en&theme=default"class="Searchkeyword_link">Human Rights Minister Huriya Mashhoor suspends its work in the cabinet until the imprisoned revolution youths are released ( )
2nd June 2013 - Human Rights Minister Huriya Mashhoor said she began a hunger strike on Sunday to press authorities to release dozens of activists held since the 2011 uprising against former president Ali Abdullah Saleh ()
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