Amnesty International News January 1997. Vol. 27, No.1
1. Great Lakes Region: Human rights crisis in Central Africa; 2. United Kingdom: Another death in police custody; 3. Nigeria: Launch in South Africa of AI's campaign on Nigeria; 4. News in brief; 5. International conference on torture in Stockholm; 6. Focus: Australia: a champion of human rights? 7. Worldwide appeals: Indonesia, Russia, Libya; 8. Areas under the jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority: Prolonged political detention, torture and unfair trials; 9. El Salvador: Threat of death penalty looms; 10. India: Torture victim wins case after 20-year struggle.
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