United States of America: Letter from Amnesty International Secretary General to President George W. Bush : Attacks of 11 September 2001
This letter, from Secretary General Irene Khan, to President George W. Bush reiterates Amnesty International's condemnation of the events of September 11th, but expresses concern that respect for international human rights standards is maintained at such a difficult time. .
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