Amnesty International  Report 2013

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Mauritania: Three men sentenced to death after torture
27 May 2010

Three members of a Mauritanian armed group have been sentenced to death for the 2007 murder of four French tourists. Mauritania has not carried out ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/002/2010

MAURITANIA | Amnesty International
29 April 2010


Mauritania: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review ...
12 April 2010

In this submission, Amnesty International provides information under sections B, C and D, as stipulated in the General Guidelines for the Preparation ...

Report       AFR 38/001/2010

Death Penalty: Media Briefing: Amnesty International's death ...
24 March 2009

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. MEDIA BRIEFING. EMBARGO: 24 March 2009 00:01 GMT. AI Index: ACT 50/006/2009. Amnesty ...

Document       ACT 50/006/2009

Growing calls for end to executions at UN | Amnesty ...
18 December 2008

Over one hundred countries voted overwhelmingly in favour of a secondresolution on "Moratorium on the use of the death penalty" at theUnited ...


Mauritanie. La torture au coeur de l'État
3 December 2008

Mauritanie. La torture au coeur de l'État

Report       AFR 38/009/2008

Amnesty International | Mauritania: Government guilty of ...
3 December 2008

Amnesty International today accused the Mauritanian government of routine and systematic torture, saying that the security apparatus has adopted torture ...

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Mauritania: Torture at the heart of the state
3 December 2008

In Mauritania, the security apparatus has adopted torture as a system of investigation and repression. It is deeply anchored in the culture of the security ...

Report       AFR 38/009/2008

الاعتقال المتعلق بالهجرة
1 December 2008

الاعتقال المتعلق بالهجرة

Report       POL 33/004/2008

Migration-related detention: A global concern
1 December 2008

Migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees are regularly deprived of their liberty purely for administrative convenience. Many countries use detention to ...

Report       POL 33/004/2008