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Amnesty International has urged the authorities in Mozambique toproperly investigate and prosecute police officers suspected ofunlawful killings.
BRIEFING TO THE PARLIAMENT (ASSEMBLY) OF MOZAMBIQUE. Issue date: 20 April 2009. To the Parliament of Mozambique,. ...
Document AFR 41/002/2009
At least 13 people have died while held in custody in an overcrowded police cell in Mozambique.
1) Sri Lanka: Journalist silenced by terrorism legislation 2) Israel/OPT: Teenage girls held without charge or trial 3) Mozambique: Left for dead by police ...
Newsletter NWS 22/003/2008
1) Violence against women in the home continues in Mexico 2) Tunisia: Torturing detainees 3) Ongoing impunity for police violence in Africa 4) Enforced ...
Newsletter NWS 21/007/2008
النشرة الإخبارية - - أغسطس/آب 2008
Moçambique: Licença para matar: Responsa bilização da Polícia em Moçambique
Report AFR 41/001/2008
In a report published today, Amnesty International revealed the extent of police violence in Mozambique, saying that police are killing and torturing people ...
In a report published today, Amnesty International revealed the extentof police violence in Mozambique, saying that police are killing andtorturing people ...
The safeguards and police accountability systems currently in place in Mozambique do not prevent human rights violations by the police. As long ...