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1. Papua New Guinea: Torture and killing continue on Bougainville - government turns a blind eye; 2. United Kingdom: AI concerned by unlawful killing of asylum- ...
Report NWS 11/148/1993
1. United Kingdom: AI calls for respect for human rights amid escalating violence. 2. Burundi: Interview with mission delegate just returned from scene of coup.
Report NWS 11/145/1993
Omasese Lumumba was killed on 8 October 1993 while in detention at Pentonville Prison in London pending a decision on his asylum claim. While being transferred ...
Report EUR 45/013/1993
The Government of the United Kingdom has recently announced its intention to curtail the right of a detained or accused person to remain silent during police questioning ...
Report EUR 45/015/1993
On 22 October 1993 the Court of Appeal dismissed Karamjit Singh Chahal's appeal against the High Court's ruling of February 1993. Both courts have now ruled that ...
Urgent Action EUR 45/014/1993
1. United Kingdom: AI concerned by plans to abolish right to silence. 2. Egypt: AI welcomes release of General Sa'd al-Din al-Shazli.
Report NWS 11/129/1993
There is concern that measures taken by some powerful states now threaten to undermine refugee protection and are contrary to standards set out in conclusions adopted ...
Report POL 33/006/1993
1. Bolivia: Former president guilty of genocide. 2. Sudan: Hundreds massacred in revenge attack. 3. Turkey: Police torture villagers in sub- zero conditions. 4. ...
Newsletter NWS 21/006/1993
1. Sierra Leone: Children detained in rebel war. 2. United Kingdom: AI calls for fully independent inquiry into allegations of ill-treatment during deportation
Report NWS 11/092/1993
Eight young men, Anthony Garland, Hugh McLaughlin, Stephen McMullen, Michael Hugh Beck, Daniel Pettigrew, Ciaran McAllister, Brendan McCrory and James Morgan, allege ...
Report EUR 45/010/1993