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Libya: Long struggle for truth: Enforced disappearances in ...
29 June 2010

Thousands of Libyan families are waiting for answers from the Libyan authorities. They all have relatives who have been forcibly disappeared or who ...

Document       MDE 19/008/2010

Libya: 'Libya of tomorrow': What hope for human rights
23 June 2010

In a few short years, Libya has transformed itself from a pariah state to an active member of the international community. In sharp contrast, the pace of ...

Report       MDE 19/007/2010

Human rights suffer as Libya stalls on reform | Amnesty ...
23 June 2010

A new Amnesty International report documents floggings used as punishment for adultery, indefinite detentions and abuses of migrants, refugees and ...

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Libya: Report launch: 'Libya of Tomorrow': What Hope for ...
18 June 2010

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Diary Note. 18 June 2010. AI Index: MDE 19/012/2010. REPORT LAUNCH 00:01 GMTWEDNESDAY 23 JUNE 2010. ...

PressItem       MDE 19/012/2010

Libya: Further information: Swiss national returns home from ...
15 June 2010

Max Goeldi was released from prison in Libya on Thursday 10 June 2010 and returned to Switzerland on Sunday 13 June.

Urgent Action       MDE 19/011/2010

Swiss businessman held in Libya returns home | Amnesty ...
15 June 2010

Max Goeldi served a four month prison sentence and had been the subject of a two year travel ban as a result of a diplomatic row between the two countries ...

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Libya's expulsion of UN refugee agency puts thousands at risk ...
10 June 2010

The move comes days after the start of negotiations between Libya and the European Union about the control of irregular migration, among other issues ...

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Allow UNHCR back into Libya
9 June 2010

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: MDE 19/010/2010. 9 June 2010. Allow UNHCR back into Libya. ...

Public Statement       MDE 19/010/2010

Amnesty International | Libya executes 18 by firing squad
1 June 2010

Amnesty International has condemned the reported execution by firing-squad of 18 people, many of them foreign nationals, in Libya on Sunday.

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