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On 24 January 2005 Abou Bakari Tandia died after falling into a coma while he was held in police custody. In this open letter Amnesty International urges the French ...
Open Letter EUR 21/001/2010
Leading human rights organizations have urged more European states to accept detainees held at the US detention centre at Guantánamo who cannot be returned to their ...
France must not deport a man convicted of terrorist acts to Algeriawhere he may be at risk of incommunicado detention and torture or otherill-treatment.
A European Court of Human Rights' judgement said that Kamel Daoudi's expulsion would put him at risk of incommunicado detention and torture and would be a human ...
Amnesty International submits this briefing for consideration by the Committee against Torture (the Committee). The document summarises some of Amnesty International's ...
Report EUR 21/017/2009
The French authorities have released most of the 138 migrants and asylum-seekers held in immigration detention centres since a 22 September police operation to ...
Urgent Action EUR 21/016/2009
French authorities have evicted over 278 migrants and asylum-seekers from their makeshift encampments near Calais. Of those that were arrested approximately 138 ...
Urgent Action EUR 21/015/2009
Hundreds of asylum-seekers and migrants are at imminent risk of forced eviction from encampments near Calais in northern France, after the authorities stated that ...
Urgent Action EUR 21/014/2009
France: Police ill-treatment in France: Hakim Ajimi
Document EUR 21/011/2009
France: Police ill-treatment in France: Abou Bakari Tandia
Document EUR 21/013/2009