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Deadly and dangerous arms trade
21 June 2012

Document       ACT 30/032/2012

Somalia: Statement to the Human Rights Council on the ...
12 June 2012

. Somalia: Protect Journalists from Attack. Amnesty International Statement to the Human Rights Council. Seven journalists ...

Public Statement       AFR 52/005/2012

Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and ...
24 May 2012

Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.

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Somalia: Another journalist killed in Somalia: Lines for ...
24 May 2012

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL LINES FOR RESPONSE AI Index: AFR 52/004/2012 24 May 2012 . Another journalist killed in Somalia. ...

PressItem       AFR 52/004/2012

Somalia: Getting away with murder. Journalists killed with ...
1 May 2012

GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER JOURNALISTS KILLED WITH IMPUNITY IN SOMALIA “FO RA LL THO SE PEO PLE SW HO HAV EW EPT , W HO ...

Postcard       AFR 52/003/2012

Wire, May/June 2012. Vol. 42, issue 03
1 May 2012

1) Up front: the night-crossing 2) Freedom of expression: China's defiant heart 3) Human rights talk: 'You can't just stand there and not act' 4) World Press ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/003/2012

Wire, May/June 2012. Vol. 42, issue 03
1 May 2012

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Newsletter       NWS 21/003/2012

Africa: Oral statement by Amnesty International: Item 4: Human ...
18 April 2012

The Chairperson,. African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights. 51st Ordinary Session. Banjul. Gambia. AI Index: AFR 01/006/2012. ...

Document       AFR 01/006/2012

UK conference on Somalia must prioritize the protection of ...
21 February 2012

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA BRIEFING AI index: AFR 52/002/2012 21 February 2012 UK conference on Somalia must prioritize the ...

PressItem       AFR 52/002/2012

Ukraine must protect detained asylum-seekers attacked by ...
31 January 2012

Authorities urged stop the ill-treatment of about 60 Somalis and six Eritreans who had been on hunger strike in protest against their illegal detention.

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