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1. Cambodia: Human rights steadily eroded since elections. 2. Ecuador: Army and police tortured Putumayo detainees. 3. Argentina: Former naval officer speaks out ...
Newsletter NWS 21/005/1995
1. Rwanda: International action needed to ensure justice and prevent revenge.
Report NWS 11/064/1995
1. Amnesty International and the United Nations World Summit for Social Development.
Report NWS 11/050/1995
AI fears that Kamal Abualgasim faces torture in incommunicado detention and is at risk of "disappearance". He was arrested on 28 February 1995 for taking part in ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/010/1995
AI delivered three oral statements to the 51st session of the UN Commission on Human Rights. It made statements on the UN's thematic mechanisms, particularly concerning ...
Report IOR 41/004/1995
1. Women and war. 2. News event advisory: press conference on women and human rights. 3. Sudan: Security police target women protestors for beatings and threats ...
Report NWS 11/043/1995
AI is seriously concerned for the safety of the relatives of 28 army officers executed in 1990. In recent days, as in previous years, several women have been detained ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/009/1995
1. Israel and the Occupied Territories: Human rights under threat from both sides; 2. Afghanistan: International community ignores killing and torture of civilians ...
Newsletter NWS 21/002/1995
1. Sudan: Government's invitation to meet Amnesty International reportedly withdrawn. 2. Pakistan: Acquittal of a Muslim sentenced to death for blasphemy.
Report NWS 11/025/1995
1. Turkey: Human rights violations out of control as government maintains policy of denial. 2. Albania: Amnesty International renews appeal to President Berisha ...
Report NWS 11/021/1995