The Wire, March 2002. Vol. 32, No.2.
1.) Sri Lanka: Rape in custody; 2.) Women's day, women's lives; 3.) Guatemala's lethal legacy of impunity; 4.) Tunisian justice system undermined; 5.) Eritrea arrests critics and closes independent press; 6.) Worldwide appeals: USA defence lawyers 'utterly ineffective'; Liberia: School students shot by police; Spain: racist ill-treatment by police; Release in Senagal: 7.) News in brief: Russian Federation; Winter Olympics; Portugal; 8.) Tibetan music scholar released; 9.) Voice of Afghan women 10.) Russians hear AI's message; 11.) AI welcomes releases in Pakistan; 12.) New dawn for Bahraini women.
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