Human Rights in LIBYA

Amnesty International  Report 2013

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Libya: Prisoner of Conscience Idriss Boufayed Released
9 October 2008

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: MDE 19/008/2008 (Public). Date: 09 October 2008. Libya: Prisoner ...

Document       MDE 19/008/2008

The Wire, September 2008. Vol 38, No. 8
1 September 2008

The Wire. September 2008 Vol. 38. No. 8. AI Index: NWS 21/008/2008. [Page 1]. Denying the undeniable: enforced disappearances in Pakistan. ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/008/2008

Libya: Amnesty International warns against deportation of ...
11 July 2008

Amnesty International. Public Statement. AI Index: MDE 19/007/2008. News Service No: 130. 11 July 2008. Libya: Amnesty ...

Document       MDE 19/007/2008

Libya: Heavy Sentences against Prisoners of Conscience
11 June 2008

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: MDE 19/006/2008 (Public). Date: 11 June 2008. Libya: Heavy ...

Document       MDE 19/006/2008

The death penalty worldwide developments in 2007
15 April 2008

In 2007 the world continued to move closer to the universal abolition of the capital punishment. A historical landmark is the resolution on a moratorium ...

Report       ACT 50/002/2008

Libya: Further Information on Health concern, Fathi el-Jahmi ...
2 April 2008

Prisoner of conscience Fathi el-Jahmi is still gravely ill, despite the fact that he is now receiving better medical care.

Urgent Action       MDE 19/005/2008

Libya: Fear of imminent execution
28 February 2008

At least 11 foreign nationals, including Samir Mokhtar Hassan, Hassan Mahmud Wagih, Fadl Ismael AbuHeteta and Kwabena Kankam, are in imminent ...

Urgent Action       MDE 19/004/2008

One year missing and imprisoned in Libya | Amnesty ...
22 February 2008

At least 14 Libyans were arrested just over a year ago for planning a peaceful demonstration to mark the anniversary of the Benghazi events when security ...


One year in prison for Egyptian blogger | Amnesty ...
22 February 2008

One year ago, Egyptian blogger Karim Amer was sentenced to four years' imprisonment for the "crime" of publishing on the internet material critical of ...

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