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Amnesty International News, November 1995. Vol. 25, No.11.
1 November 1995

1. Fourth United Nations World Conference on Women: Women confront the world; 2. Nepal: Prisoners of conscience; 3. Egypt: Civilians targeted for ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/011/1995

Amnesty International News, November 1995. Vol. 25, No.11.
1 November 1995

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Newsletter       NWS 21/011/1995

Nigeria: Further information on prisoner of conscience / legal ...
31 October 1995

On 30 and 31 October 1995, after what AI believes to have been politically- motivated and unfair trials, the nine people named above were convicted ...

Urgent Action       AFR 44/025/1995

Nigeria: A travesty of justice: secret trials and other concerns
26 October 1995

About 43 prisoners have been convicted of treason and related offences after secret and unfair trials in Nigeria. AI believes most of them to be prisoners ...

Report       AFR 44/023/1995

The death penalty: No solution to illicit drugs
2 October 1995

This report provides compelling evidence of the futility and injustice of trying to use the death penalty to suppress drug trafficking and abuse. Some 26 ...

Report       ACT 51/002/1995

AI Week 1995 appeal cases: The front line: human rights ...
30 September 1995

This circular contains 11 cases, describing a range of violations suffered by those who work for human rights around the world. The cases are: China ...

Report       ACT 31/004/1995

Amnesty International News, October 1995. Vol.25, No.10.
30 September 1995

1. Former Yugoslavia: 'Disappeared ' must not be forgotten (includes photograph of woman lighting candle during vigil for the "disappeared" in ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/010/1995

Amnesty International News, October 1995. Vol.25, No.10.
30 September 1995

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Newsletter       NWS 21/010/1995

Nigeria: Medical concern: Dr Beko Ransome-Kuti
18 September 1995

Dr Beko Ransome-Kuti, a medical doctor, former Nigerian Medical Association leader, amd human rights activist, was arrested on 27 July 1995. It is reported ...

Report       AFR 44/021/1995

Nigeria: The Ogoni trials and detentions
14 September 1995

The murder trials of Ken Saro-Wiwa and other members of the Ogoni community are continuing. The prosecutions appear to be politically-motivated. ...

Report       AFR 44/020/1995