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Amnesty International News, November 1994. Vol.24, No.11.
1 November 1994

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Newsletter       NWS 21/011/1994

France: Shootings, killings and alleged ill-treatment by law ...
11 October 1994

This report examines a disturbing number of reports in the 18 months to June 1994 of shootings, killings and allegations of ill-treatment of detainees ...

Report       EUR 21/002/1994

Amnesty International News Service 227/94
28 September 1994

1. France: Shocking pattern of human rights violations by law enforcement officials continues; 2. Haiti: Amnesty for Haitian human rights violators?

Report       NWS 11/227/1994

Amnesty International News Service 132/94
21 June 1994

1. Rwanda: French Government called to account for links between French army and Rwandese death squads.

Report       NWS 11/132/1994

France: The alleged ill-treatment of Rachid Harfouche by ...
30 April 1994

On 21 December 1993 Rachid Harfouche and his brother Idris Harfouche, lodged a judicial complaint against persons unknown to the senior Judge ...

Report       EUR 21/001/1994

Amnesty International News Service 29/94
11 February 1994

1. Gabon: 67 die overnight in appalling conditions in Gabonese detention camp. 2. Peru: La Cantuta case to be heard by military tribunal.

Report       NWS 11/029/1994

Equatorial Guinea: A missed opportunity to restore respect for ...
1 February 1994

This report presents AI's concern about the escalation of human rights violations in Equatorial Guinea in 1993, both before and after the elections held ...

Report       AFR 24/001/1994

Death penalty news December 1993
1 December 1993

1. Jamaica: Commutation of death sentences of Earl Pratt and Ivan Morgan; 2. Trinidad and Tobago: Commutation of death sentences of prisoners jailed ...

Newsletter       ACT 53/003/1993

Togo: Impunity for killings by the military
4 October 1993

Since 1990 there has been a dramatic increase in the scale of human rights violations, including extrajudicial execution, torture, deaths in custody, arbitrary ...

Report       AFR 57/013/1993

Amnesty International News Service 121/93
23 September 1993

1. Togo: Massive human rights violations continuing despite political reform. 2. Djibouti: AI urges inquiry into killings and other army abuses and calls ...

Report       NWS 11/121/1993