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Tanzania: A human rights brief for election observers
4 October 2000

In the run-up to the elections in Tanzania Amnesty International is concerned at increasing reports of human rights violations. In this document general ...

Report       AFR 56/013/2000

Tanzania: Fear for safety / Torture / Prisoners of Conscience
21 September 2000

Amnesty International is concerned that torture is part of a wider pattern of abuse and intimidation against opposition members and supporters of the ...

Urgent Action       AFR 56/012/2000

Tanzania: Further information on Ill-treatment of government ...
25 May 2000

Since April there have been far fewer arbitrary beatings of supporters of the Civic United Front (CUF) opposition party on Zanzibar. In April police beat ...

Urgent Action       AFR 56/009/2000

Central Africa (Great Lakes Region): Refugees denied ...
21 May 2000

This report details Amnesty International's appeals to the Governments of Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda to respect the rights of refugees and to the ...

Report       AFR 02/002/2000

Tanzania: Ill-treatment of government opponents - widespread ...
11 April 2000

Amnesty International is very concerned by continuing police violence in Zanzibar, over more than a week now, against supporters of the Civic United ...

Urgent Action       AFR 56/007/2000

Rwanda: Further information on forcible return / Fear for safety
1 March 2000

Bertin Murera and Benjamin Rutabana, who were forcibly returned from Tanzania to Rwanda on 5 February 2000, are now known to be in a military ...

Urgent Action       AFR 47/008/2000

Rwanda: Forcible return / Fear for safety
24 February 2000

Rwandese nationals Bertin Murera and Benjamin Rutabana were forcibly returned from Tanzania to Rwanda on 5 February 2000, and their whereabouts ...

Urgent Action       AFR 47/007/2000

Tanzania: Prisoners of conscience face treason trial in ...
27 January 2000

This report describes how 18 opposition politcians in Zanzibar were arrested and are now facing a treason trial, possibly resulting in the death penalty ...

Report       AFR 56/001/2000

Tanzania: Zanzibar opposition figures face treason trial and ...
27 January 2000

News Service 012/00. AI INDEX: AFR 56/04/00. EMBARGOED UNTIL 00:01 GMT, 27 JANUARY 2000. Tanzania: Zanzibar ...

Press Release       AFR 56/004/2000

Tanzania: Further information on fear of arrest of prisoners of ...
14 October 1999

Amnesty International remains concerned that Seif Sharif Hamad, Shaban Mloo, Mohamed Juma Khatib, Mussa Haji Kombo, Maulid Makame, Juma ...

Urgent Action       AFR 56/006/1999