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Equatorial Guinea: Arrest and torture of political opponents ...
25 March 2009

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: AFR 24/004/2009. 25 March 2009. Equatorial Guinea: Arrest ...

Document       AFR 24/004/2009

Equatorial Guinea: Torture/Denial of medical treatment
19 March 2009

The two men named above are held without charge in Bata Central Police Station. They are in urgent need of medical treatment, which the police have ...

Urgent Action       AFR 24/003/2009

Equatorial Guinea: Enforced disappearance/incommunicado ...
5 March 2009

Fabián Ovono Esono and José Ndong, who fled from Equatorial Guinea to Nigeria in 2003 to escape a crackdown on people suspected of involvement ...

Urgent Action       AFR 24/001/2009

Growing calls for end to executions at UN | Amnesty ...
18 December 2008

Over one hundred countries voted overwhelmingly in favour of a secondresolution on "Moratorium on the use of the death penalty" at theUnited ...

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Equatorial Guinea: Enforced disappearance/ incommunicado ...
21 October 2008

The whereabouts of former Equatorial Guinea army colonel Cipriano Nguema Mba have been unknown since he was illegally arrested in Cameroon ...

Urgent Action       AFR 24/013/2008

Equatorial Guinea: Opposition under threat
22 September 2008

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: AFR 24/011/2008. Date: 22 September 2008. Equatorial Guinea ...

Document       AFR 24/011/2008

Equatorial Guinea: Concerns about the recent trial of Simon ...
16 July 2008

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: AFR 24/009/2008. Date: 16 July 2008. Equatorial Guinea: Concerns ...

Document       AFR 24/009/2008

The wire, July 2008. Vol. 38, No. 6
1 July 2008

1019 The Wire Amnesty International 2008 7 Vol.38 No.6 CIA CIA 2008 2 2002 2003 waterboarding ? State of denial: Europe ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/006/2008

the wire, July 2008. Vol. 38, No. 6
1 July 2008

1) State of denial: Europe's role in rendition and secret detention 2) Migrants attacked in South Africa 3) China's human rights record overshadows Olympic ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/006/2008