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Topic - Frank Jannuzi
Human rights advocates warned the Obama administration Wednesday against lifting sanctions on Myanmar's military-backed government because its democratic reforms could be reversed.
"These refugee camps are ripe recruitment grounds for extremists. Rebels are already recruiting child soldiers from these camps," said Frank Jannuzi, deputy executive director at Amnesty International USA. "The clock is ticking on this crisis."
Frank Jannuzi, deputy executive director of Amnesty International USA, said he is concerned that "the international focus on the destruction of chemical weapons has resulted in setting aside the investigation of crimes against humanity, which continue unabated to this day."