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1) World Health Day: When rescuers become casualties; 2) Counter Terror with Justice: On the rights way to justice 3) Livewire: Grief is still so raw; The task ...
Newsletter NWS 21/002/2009
The South Korean government is deciding whether to resume its use of the death penalty, following the arrest of a man for the alleged murder of seven women.
In this open letter Amnesty International urges the President not to reverse South Korea's recent practice by carrying out the death penalty. The organization understands ...
Document ASA 25/002/2009
Over one hundred countries voted overwhelmingly in favour of a secondresolution on "Moratorium on the use of the death penalty" at theUnited Nations on T.
Migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees are regularly deprived of their liberty purely for administrative convenience. Many countries use detention to deter people ...
Report POL 33/004/2008
الاعتقال المتعلق بالهجرة
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 28 November 2008. AI Index No: ASA 25/011/2008. South Korea: Repeal or fundamentally reform the National Security Law. ...
Document ASA 25/011/2008
The Government of Japan must accept historical responsibilityand apologise to the victims of Japan's military sexual slavery system.