The 2013 Annual Report on
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From the onset of the five-day war between Georgia and Russia in the self-proclaimed republic of South Ossetia in August 2008 the conflicting parties failed to ...
Summary EUR 04/005/2008
One hundred days after the August conflict, over 20000 ethnicGeorgians are still unable to return to their homes in South Ossetia,while many of those, on both sid
This document is a summary of the report EUR 04/005/2008 in which Amnesty International raises concerns that serious violations of both international human rights ...
Report EUR 04/006/2008
Tens of thousands of displaced people are still unable to return home after the Georgia-Russia conflict. Amnesty International collected eye-witness accounts from ...
The statements in this document were made during the ninth session of the Human Rights Council that took place from 8 to 24 September 2008.
Report IOR 41/040/2008
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index No: EUR 04/004/2008. Embargoed until 0001 GMT 1 October 2008. Georgia-Russia conflict ...
Document EUR 04/004/2008
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index No: EUR 04/003/2008. 26 September 2008. Council of Europe: Monitoring of the human ...
Document EUR 04/003/2008
This bulletin contains information about Amnesty International's main concerns in Europe and Central Asia between July and December 2007. Not every country in the ...
Report EUR 01/001/2008
Humanitarian organizations report that they are still prevented from delivering aid to the disputed region of South Ossetia, leading to fears that civilians in ...
Urgent Action EUR 56/008/2008