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Death Penalty News: September 2000
31 August 2000

1.Malta, Coted'Ivoire abolish death penalty; 2. Jamaica: Landmark ruling; 3. USA: Poll shows support for moratorium; 4 India: Campaign against Death ...

Newsletter       ACT 53/003/2000

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20 August 2000


Newsletter       EUR 01/003/2000

Europe: Concerns in Europe: January - June 2000
20 August 2000

This bulletin contains information about Amnesty International's main concerns in Europe between January and June 2000. Not every country in Europe ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/003/2000

Malta: Further information on fear of refoulement: Najib al ...
13 May 1997

On 12 May 1997 a Maltese court turned down a Libyan request for extradition and Najib al-Hashemi al-Harari, a Libyan political refugee, was released ...

Urgent Action       EUR 33/002/1997

Malta: Fear of refoulement: Najib al-Hashemi al-Harari
8 May 1997

There are fears that Najib al-Hashemi al-Harari, a Libyan political refugee, is at risk of forcible return to Libya where he would face serious human rights ...

Urgent Action       EUR 33/001/1997

Tunisia: Fear of torture / ill-treatment and legal concern: Mehdi ...
18 April 1995

Mehdi Jarrar has been held incommunicado since his reported arrest on 29 or 30 March 1995, beyond the 10 day maximum permitted under Tunisian ...

Urgent Action       MDE 30/009/1995

The death penalty in wartime: arguments for abolition
1 January 1994

This paper considers whether there are any special arguments which would justify limiting the abolition of the death penalty to ordinary crimes. It presents ...

Report       ACT 50/001/1994

Europe: Moving towards complete abolition of the death ...
1 February 1992

This document is a survey of progress towards complete abolition of the death penalty in Europe. It gives a chronology of moves towards abolition from ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/001/1992

Death Penalty News October 1991
30 September 1991

1. Hong Kong's legislative council backs proposal to abolish the death penalty. 2. USSR: New laws reduce scope of death penalty. 3. Grenada: Commutations ...

Newsletter       ACT 53/004/1991