The Wire, April 2004. Vol. 34, No. 3.
1) Healing the scars of genocide in Rwanda 2) Haiti's human rights abusers re-emerge 3) Hundreds still held by US government in Guantánamo Bay 4) Iraq: one year on 5) Secret exhumations of mass graves in Algeria 6) Worldwide appeals: Philippines. Human rights defenders at risk in Mindoro Island before elections; Cuba One year after the crack-down, 79 prisoners of conscience remain imprisoned; USA Another Texan death penalty injustice 7) Updates: New act to protect women in the Philippines; New UN human rights appointment; International student action; China is dying for change; Overcoming the past in Turkey
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