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Libya frees foreign medics | Amnesty International
24 July 2007

Six foreign medical workers have arrived in Bulgaria after being released from a Libyan jail, bringing an end to a tragic case that has been riddled with ...


Libya: Death sentences on medics commuted
17 July 2007

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. News Flash. AI Index: MDE 19/011/2007 (Public). News Service No: 135. 17 July 2007. ...

Press Release       MDE 19/011/2007

Libya: Forcible return/Torture and ill-treatment
13 July 2007

Official Eritrean radio and television announced on 10 July that the Libyan authorities had decided to deport all suspected irregular migrants in Libya ...

Urgent Action       MDE 19/010/2007

Libya: Trial begins against government critics
2 July 2007

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: MDE 19/009/2007 (Public). News Service No: 125. 2 July 2007. ...

Press Release       MDE 19/009/2007

Death Penalty News: July 2007
1 July 2007

1.) Execution rate falls in 2006 as pressure grows for a universal moratorium; 2.) Rwanda abolishes the death penalty; 3.) Stop press: Abolitionist and ...

Newsletter       ACT 53/001/2007

USA: Fear of forcible return/Health concern
26 June 2007

Omar Mohammed Khalifa, aged about 36, and a number of other Libyan nationals in US custody in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, are feared to be at risk ...

Urgent Action       AMR 51/112/2007

USA: Fear of forcible return: Abdul Ra'ouf Omar Mohammed ...
15 June 2007

Abdul Ra'ouf al Qassim, a Libyan national in US military custody in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, is feared to be at imminent risk of transfer to the custody ...

Urgent Action       AMR 51/103/2007

'Off the record' secret CIA detention | Amnesty International
7 June 2007

At least 39 individuals who remain missing are believed to have been subjected to enforced disappearance by the US authorities.


Libya: Libyan Arab Jamahiriya - Briefing to the UN Human ...
1 June 2007

Amnesty International submits this summary of concerns for the consideration of the Human Rights Committee (HRC) at the pre-sessional meeting in ...

Report       MDE 19/008/2007

The Wire, April 2007. Vol. 37, No. 3
1 April 2007

1) Elections in Nigeria marred by violence 2) UK still deports to states known to use torture 3) Human rights persistently defiled in 'war on terror': Europe ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/003/2007