Mauritania

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Mauritania: Invitation to a press conference on the launch of a ...
6 November 2002

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Media Advisory. AI Index: AFR 38/006/2002 (Public). News Service No: 200. 6 November 2002. ...

Press Release       AFR 38/006/2002

Fundamental rights at work: Amnesty International's concerns ...
30 April 2002

This document details Amnesty International's concerns in China, Colombia, Mauritania and Myanmar and presents its concerns in relation to the eight ...

Report       IOR 42/001/2002

Mauritania: Further information on Incommunicado detention ...
21 April 2002

Three men, Mohammed Baba Ould Said, Bechir Ould El Hassen, and Mohammed Fall Oumere, were released without charge on 21 April. They ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/002/2002

Mauritania:Incommunicado detention / fear of ill-treatment
14 April 2002

Mohammed Baba Ould Said (m), Bechir Ould El Hassen (m) businessperson and Mohammed Fall Oumere (m), Director, La Tribune newspaper were ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/001/2002

Worldwide appeals August 2001
15 July 2001

1. Mauritania: Opposition leader sentenced to five years in prison; 2. Cuba: Prisoner of Conscience denied freedom of expression; 3. Russian Federation ...

Report       NWS 22/003/2001

Mauritania: Prisoners of conscience sentenced to five years in ...
18 June 2001

19 June 2001. AI Index AFR 38/005/2001 - News Service Nr. 105. Mauritania: Prisoners of conscience sentenced to five years in prison. ...

Press Release       AFR 38/005/2001

Mauritania: Further information on Prison Conditions ...
17 June 2001

Mohamed Lemine Chbih Ould Cheikh Melaïnine, Mokhtar Ould Haïbetna, and Bouba Ould Hassena, were sentenced to five years in prison on 14 June ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/004/2001

Mauritania: Prison Conditions / Prisoner of Conscience
24 May 2001

Opposition leader Mohamed Lemine Chbih Ould Cheikh Melaïnine was arrested and is now imprisoned in harsh conditions. He has a heart condition ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/003/2001

Mauritania: Further information on Incommunicado detention ...
25 April 2001

Mohamed Lemine Shbih Ould Cheikh Melainine was moved to Nouakachout's civilian prison on 12 April. He has now been allowed access to his family ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/002/2001

Mauritania: Incommunicado detention / fear for safety ...
11 April 2001

Mohamed Lemine Shbih Ould Cheikh Melainine, the leader of an opposition party, has been detained and held incommunicado for four days. Amnesty ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/001/2001