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RAPHAEL G. SATTER | Associated Press Writer
4:03 AM EDT, May 28, 2009
LONDON (AP) — The global financial crisis is leading cash-strapped governments around the world to crack down on people protesting against rising poverty and unemployment, Amnesty International said Thursday.
Human rights have become a casualty in many places as attention is focused on pressing financial problems, the human rights organization said in its annual report.
Migrant workers in China, indigenous people in Latin America, and millions across the African continent are already bearing the burden of officia