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The Wire, July 2002. Vol. 32, No.6.
30 June 2002

1.) Police practice and human rights in Southern and Eastern Africa; 2.) 'Disappearances' still take place in Mexico; 3.) Police in Belarus stifle peaceful ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/006/2002

Tanzania: Commission of Inquiry findings must be made ...
13 June 2002

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: AFR 56/004/2002 (Public). News Service No: 101. 14 June 2002. ...

Press Release       AFR 56/004/2002

Death Penalty News: June 2002
31 May 2002

1.) Coalition formed to fight death penalty; 2.) UN: "No death penalty for sexual relations"; 3.) AI delegation visits Jamaica, Trinidad; 4.) Japan: Council ...

Newsletter       ACT 53/003/2002

Tanzania: Amnesty International welcomes creation of ...
28 January 2002

AI Index AFR 56/003/2002 - News Service Nr 14/2002. Embargoed for : 28/01/2002 11:00 GMT. Tanzania: Amnesty International ...

Press Release       AFR 56/003/2002

Tanzania: Human rights concerns relating to demonstrations ...
28 January 2002

On 27 January 2001 armed police shot dead between 22 and 60 opposition demonstrators on Pemba island. This report describes the background to ...

Report       AFR 56/001/2002

Tanzania: Inquiry into Zanzibar killings must be prompt ...
20 November 2001

AI Index AFR 56/013/2001 - News Service Nr. 203. Embargoed for : 20/11/2001 11:00 GMT. Tanzania: Inquiry into Zanzibar ...

Press Release       AFR 56/013/2001

Tanzania: Further information on Fear of Torture/Prisoners of ...
15 October 2001

Prisoners of conscience Juma Duni Haji and Machano Khamis Ali were released on 15 October, after a Zanzibar court dropped the charges of murder ...

Urgent Action       AFR 56/012/2001

Tanzania: Further information on Fear of Torture
5 June 2001

Most of those charged with the murder of a police officer during a demonstration on Pemba Island have been released. However, prisoners of conscience ...

Urgent Action       AFR 56/010/2001

The Wire, May 2001. Vol.31, No.3.
30 April 2001

1. Liberia: Wars have limits: Civilians are tortured and killed as fighting continues; 2. Fiji: elections eclipsed by racism and impunity; 3. Jamaica: Living ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/004/2001

Tanzania: Further information on Fear of Torture
16 March 2001

The torture and ill-treatment of detainees arrested following the recent violent crack-down on demonstrators in Tanzania reportedly continues. A number ...

Urgent Action       AFR 56/009/2001