The 2013 Annual Report on
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This briefing was submitted for consideration by the Committee Against Torture at its examination of France's sixth periodic report on its implementation ...
Report EUR 21/002/2010
1) Giving life without risk 2) Livewire: The daily struggle in Haiti camps; Amnesty International defends Guinea research against French government criticism ...
Newsletter NWS 21/002/2010
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 ...
Open Letter EUR 21/001/2010
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
Amnesty International submits this briefing for consideration by the Committee against Torture (the Committee). The document summarises some of Amnesty ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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