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15 June 1993

1. Former Yugoslavia: Europe must open its doors to take more Bosnian refugees from Croatia where they are at increasing risk.

Report       NWS 11/063/1993

Lawyers' action: Croatia: Velimir Zecevic, retired judge
1 March 1993

Velimir Zecevic, a retired judge of Serbian ethnic origin, is shortly to be tried by the military court of Split on charges of undermining the territorial unity ...

Report       EUR 64/001/1993

Bosnia-Herzegovina: Rape and sexual abuse by armed forces
21 January 1993

This report provides details of cases which illustrate the sexual abuse of women in the context of the conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina. They are based ...

Report       EUR 63/001/1993

Gross human rights abuses in the Former Yugoslavia
1 December 1992

This comprises an oral statement by AI to the Exceptional Session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, held 30 November - 1 December ...

Report       EUR 48/031/1992

Bosnia-Herzegovina: Gross abuses of basic human rights
22 October 1992

This report is based on testimonies collected by AI during visits to Croatia, Serbia and Hungary in June and August 1992, covering the period from the ...

Report       EUR 63/001/1992