Concerns in Europe July - December 1995
This bulletin summarizes Amnesty International's main human rights concerns in 36 countries in Europe during the last six months of 1995. The five Central Asian republics of Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan are included in this bulletin because of their membership of the CIS and the OSCE. The concerns covered here include: imprisonment of prisoners of conscience, ill-treatment and torture of detainees, violations linked to armed conflicts, refugee and asylum issues, political killings and "disappearances", the death penalty, deaths in custody or as a result of shootings by security forces, conscientious objection, fair trial concerns and discrimination or attacks against religious or ethnic groups. Updated information is given on ratifications of human rights treaties by European countries.
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- CHINA: LAWYERS AND ACTIVISTS DETAINED OR QUESTIONED BY POLICE SINCE 9 JULY 2015 (AS OF 4.30PM BEIJING TIME, 09 OCTOBER 2015)
- Turkey: Refugees detained, at risk of deportation
- Israel/OPT: No justification for deliberate attacks on civilians, unlawful killings by Israeli forces, or collective punishment of Palestinians