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Concerns in Europe: January-June 1997 (CIS only)
31 August 1997

Newsletter       EUR 01/006/1997

Bosnia-Herzegovina: "Who's living in my house?": Obstacles ...
19 March 1997

More than two million people from Bosnia-Herzegovina became refugees or were internally displaced during the conflict which began in 1992. Of these ...

Report       EUR 63/001/1997

Norway: Possible imprisonment of conscientious objector ...
18 September 1995

Frederic Hauge, co-founder of the Bellona Foundation, an environmental and pacifist organization, has been sentenced to 90 days' imprisonment for ...

Report       EUR 36/001/1995

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

Concerns in Europe May - October 1991
1 November 1991

Amnesty International's concerns in 23 European countries are summarized and updated in this report. They cover issues such as conscientious objection ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/002/1991

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

Concerns in Europe November 1990 - April 1991
31 May 1991

Amnesty International's (AI) concerns in some 20 European countries from November 1990 through April 1991 are described in this report. They include ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/001/1991

Conscientious objection to military service
1 January 1991

This report summarizes Amnesty International's concerns regarding conscientious objection in 23 countries as of January 1991 (in a few cases ...

Report       POL 31/001/1991