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Laos: Further information on forcible return/arbitrary detention ...
8 May 2006

The group of ethnic Hmong Laotians forcibly returned to Laos on 5 December are now known to number 27, of whom 22 are children. They are still held ...

Urgent Action       ASA 26/003/2006

Laos: Massacre of unarmed Hmong women and children
3 May 2006

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: ASA 26/002/2006 (Public). News Service No: 113. 4 May 2006. ...

Press Release       ASA 26/002/2006

Laos: Forcible return/Arbitrary detention/Torture/Ill-treatment ...
27 January 2006

The Thai authorities forcibly returned up to 29 ethnic Hmong people, at least 23 of them children, to Laos on the night of 5 December 2005. They had ...

Urgent Action       ASA 26/001/2006

The Wire, February 2005. Vol. 35, No.1.
1 February 2005

1) Patterns of impunity in French police abuse 2) Refugee rights are being eroded in central Africa 3) Peace requires justice for women and girls in Liberia ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/001/2005

Urgent Action In Focus: January 2005
1 January 2005

Urgent Action. Public January 2005 AI Index: ACT 60/002/2005. In Focus. Laos: The plight of the Hmong continues… In January ...

Report       ACT 60/002/2005

Laos: Further information: Health concern / prisoners of ...
17 December 2004

Former prisoners of conscience, Feng Sakchittaphong and Latsami Khamphoui were released from prison at the end of their sentences in October and ...

Urgent Action       ASA 26/007/2004

Laos: Two prisoners of conscience freed after 14 years
16 December 2004

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: ASA 26/006/2004 (Public). News Service No: 322. 16 December 2004. ...

Press Release       ASA 26/006/2004

Laos: Military atrocities against Hmong children are war ...
12 September 2004

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: ASA 26/004/2004 (Public). News Service No: 224. 13 September 2004. ...

Press Release       ASA 26/004/2004

Laos: Fear of torture/Fear for safety/Unfair trial
7 July 2004

Sixteen Lao nationals, who were seeking asylum in Thailand, were forcibly returned to Laos on 4 July 2004. Amnesty International fears that they are ...

Urgent Action       ASA 26/003/2004

Laos: Mass surrender of ethnic minority rebels and their ...
4 March 2004

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Press Release       ASA 26/001/2004