A search engine that trawls the latest information about human rights abuses around the world has been set up by campaigning groups.
The Hurisearch search engine takes information from more than 3,000 websites, including intergovernmental organisations, national human rights institutions, and academic establishments.
The search is designed to collate information about new restrictions brought in by oppressive governments and the abuses suffered by dissidents.
The site currently indexes more than 2.3 million pages and updates its results based on the sites in question.
Intergovernmental websites, national organisations and academic bodies are trawled every 24 hours, and other sites are checked every eight days.
The completed site will be officially launched on 10 December to mark Human Rights Day.
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