The 2013 Annual Report on
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Authorities urged stop the ill-treatment of about 60 Somalis and six Eritreans who had been on hunger strike in protest against their illegal detention.
A group of 118 male asylum-seekers face imminent forcible return from Egypt to Eritrea, where they would be at grave risk of torture and arbitrary detention.
Urgent Action MDE 12/055/2011
Thirty-four Eritrean men and five Eritrean women currently held in Egypt are at imminent risk of forcible return to Eritrea where they would face a real risk of ...
Urgent Action MDE 12/052/2011
A group of seven Eritrean refugees and asylum-seekers are at imminent risk of being forcibly returned to Eritrea by the Kenyan authorities. If returned they would ...
Urgent Action AFR 32/004/2011
A group of 12 Eritrean refugees and asylum-seekers are at imminent risk of being forcibly returned to Eritrea by the Sudanese authorities. If returned, they would ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/019/2011
Fthawi Zenawi Teklealefa, Bahlbi Goytom Aynalem, Abrham Afwerki Tafele and 85 other asylum-seekers and migrants, including four Ethiopian and scores of Eritrean ...
Urgent Action MDE 12/034/2011
More than 200 Eritrean nationals in Libya are said to have been beaten and forcibly transferred from Misratah Detention Centre to Sabha Detention Centre, where ...
Urgent Action MDE 19/015/2010
Despite fresh legal applications by his lawyers, Yosief Michael Kidane still faces forced removal from the United Kingdom (UK) to Eritrea, where he would be at ...
Urgent Action EUR 45/006/2010
In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of each of fifteen countries to be considered in the Universal Periodic Review. ...
Document IOR 41/028/2009