Serbia: Amnesty International's Concerns in Serbia, Including Kosovo: January - June 2009
In this document Amnesty International expresses its concerns for the first half of 2009. These include impunity for war crimes; excessive use of force; unlawful killing; torture and ill-treatment; human rights defenders; general and political developments; human rights institutions, ethnically-based crimes; forcible return of minority communities, discrimination against Roma; freedom of expression; and violence against women.
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