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Bashir Makhtal, who has Canadian citizenship, was sentenced to life imprisonment on 3 August 2009, in Ethiopia. He had been convicted of four terror-related charges ...
Urgent Action AFR 25/006/2009
1) A wound that never heals: International Day of the Disappeared 2) Algeria: Long wait for justice 3) Livewire: Seeking justice at the UN Human Rights Council; ...
Newsletter NWS 21/004/2009
Bashir Makhtal, an Ethiopian-born Canadian citizen, was found guilty of terror-related charges on 27 July 2009 amid concerns of an unfair trial in Addis Ababa, ...
Urgent Action AFR 25/005/2009
Reacting to the news that the Ethiopian Parliament has today passed an Anti-Terror Pro.
Amnesty International today called on the Ethiopian government to immediately disclose the names and fate of more than 35 people believed to be held by its security ...
In this submission, Amnesty International provides information as stipulated in the General Guidelines for the Preparation of Information under the Universal Periodic ...
Document AFR 25/004/2009
UK resident Binyam Mohamed has been released from detention in Guantánamo Bay and allowed to return to the UK.
The Charities and Societies Proclamation law could criminalise the human rights activities of both foreign and domestic non-governmental organizations.
Opposition party leader Birtukan Mideksa was arrested on 28 December 2008 and is being held in Kaliti Prison without charge, in solitary confinement. She has been ...
Urgent Action AFR 25/003/2009