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On 13 March 2008 the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic ruled that Mustapha Labsi cannot be extradited to Algeria until the Court has made ...
Urgent Action EUR 72/002/2008
Europe has taken a further step towards protecting people who have beentrafficked with the entry into force of a new convention.
Amnesty International is deeply dismayed at today's decision of theSupreme Court in Slovakia which gives the green light for theextradition of Mustapha ...
On 22 January 2008, the Supreme Court of Slovakia decided that extradition of Mustapha Labsi to Algeria is admissible. The Slovakian authorities are ...
Urgent Action EUR 72/001/2008
Thousands join worldwide protests marking the sixth anniversary of the first transfers of detainees to Guantánamo on 11 January.
This bulletin contains information about Amnesty International's main concerns in Europe and Central Asia between January and June 2007. Not every ...
Report EUR 01/010/2007
1) Needed but unwanted 2) Habeas corpus denied 3) Education system still failing Romani children in Slovakia 4) Training event addresses Roma ...
Newsletter NWS 21/011/2007
The Slovakian authorities are preparing to forcibly return Mustapha Labsi to Algeria. This would put him at serious risk of torture.
Urgent Action EUR 72/012/2007
Slovaquie. L'extradition vers l'Algérie ferait courir à Mustapha Labsi le risque d'être torturé ou maltraité
Press Release EUR 72/011/2007
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: EUR 72/011/2007 (Public). News Service No: 229. 28 November 2007. ...