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Fiji: No reconciliation without human rights
16 May 2001

AI Index ASA 18/004/2001 - News Service Nr. 88. Embargoed for : 17/05/2001 22:00 GMT. Fiji: No reconciliation without human rights. ...

Press Release       ASA 18/004/2001

Fiji: One year after the coup - what future for human rights?
10 May 2001

Media Advisory. 11 May 2001. AI Index ASA 18/003/2001 - News Service Nr. 84. Fiji: One year after the coup - what future for human rights? ...

Press Release       ASA 18/003/2001

The Wire, May 2001. Vol.31, No.3.
30 April 2001

1. Liberia: Wars have limits: Civilians are tortured and killed as fighting continues; 2. Fiji: elections eclipsed by racism and impunity; 3. Jamaica: Living ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/004/2001

Fiji: Rule of law or rule by force
1 March 2001

1 March 2001. AI Index ASA 18/002/2001 - News Service Nr. 38. Fiji: Rule of law or rule by force. Today's Court of Appeal ...

Press Release       ASA 18/002/2001

Fiji : Human Rights at risk
9 November 2000

Public Statement. 9 November 2000. AI Index ASA 18/009/2000 - News Service Nr. 213. Fiji: Human Rights At Risk. Fundamental ...

Press Release       ASA 18/009/2000

Fiji: Coup leader's arrest prompts fears for civilians and ...
25 July 2000

26 July 2000. AI Index ASA 18/008/2000 - News Service Nr. 145. News Flash. Fiji: Coup leader's arrest prompts fears for civilians and hostages. ...

Press Release       ASA 18/008/2000

Fiji: Uncertain future for justice and human rights - News Flash
12 July 2000

13 July 2000. AI Index ASA 18/007/2000 - News Service Nr. 138. News Flash. Fiji: Uncertain future for justice and human rights. ...

Press Release       ASA 18/007/2000

Fiji: media advisory - human rights cannot be suspended
1 June 2000

Amnesty International Public document - AI Index ASA 18/005/2000 - News Service Nr. 105. Media Advisory. 2 June 2000. ...

Press Release       ASA 18/005/2000

Fiji: Human Rights under the Interim Military Government
31 May 2000

Amnesty International appeals to the Interim Military Government to ensure that fundamental human rights are upheld by any interim administration .

Report       ASA 18/004/2000

Fiji: Further information on Fear for safety/possible " ...
21 May 2000

The leader of the gunmen holding Members of Parliament (MPs including: Dr. Tupeni Baba, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Joeli Kalau, ...

Urgent Action       ASA 18/002/2000