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Chuckie Taylor convicted of torture | Amnesty International
31 October 2008

The son of former Liberian president Charles Taylor, could face between 20 years to life imprisonment for the crimes hecommitted in Liberia, while serving ...

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Liberia: Towards the final phase of the Truth and ...
29 July 2008

This report discusses the lessons learned during the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's first two years and analyzes the challenges that it will face ...

Report       AFR 34/002/2008

Liberia: Amnesty International calls for repeal of death penalty ...
25 July 2008

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: AFR 34/009/2008. 25 July 2008. Liberia: Amnesty International ...

Document       AFR 34/009/2008

Women of Liberia: Fighting for Peace | Amnesty International
23 July 2008

During the conflict in Liberia between 1989 and 1997 and again between 1999 and 2003, it is estimated that women made up over 30% of the fighting ...

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Amnesty International | Liberia: President must veto death ...
18 July 2008

Following the confirmation by the Liberian Senate of a bill re-proposing the death penalty for certain crimes, Amnesty International called on President ...

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Death Penalty News: April – May 2008
16 May 2008

1) Liberia: Death penalty for armed robbery debated in the Senate 2) Cuba: President will commute death sentences 3) Guatemala: Bill allowing resumption ...

Document       ACT 53/003/2008

Llamada Internacional. Abril de 2008
1 April 2008

Llamada Internacional. Abril de 2008

Newsletter       NWS 21/003/2008

النشرة الإخبارية إبريل/نيسان 2008
1 April 2008

النشرة الإخبارية إبريل/نيسان 2008

Newsletter       NWS 21/003/2008

The Wire, April 2008. Vol. 38, No. 3
1 April 2008

1) Conveyor belt of injustice in Nigerian prisons 2) Inside US network of secret jails 3) Liberian women struggle to rebuild their lives after war 4) Trapped ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/003/2008