Amnesty International News, July 1993. Vol.23, No.4.
1. Peru: General accuses military of massacre. 2. Sudan: The face of repression. 3. Israel/Occupied Territories: Death in custody follows gas attack. 4. Tunisia: Political activists targeted. 5. Spain: called to account on torture record. 6. Gambia: abolishes death penalty. 7. Jordan: Executions resume. 8. Chad: Inquiry blames government soldiers for mass killings. 9. Taiwan: Debate intensifies. 10. Malawi: POC freed after 11 years in incommunicado detention. 11. Worldwide appeals - China: Zhang Ruiyu; Kuwait: Zahra Muhammad 'Abd al-Khaliq; Angola: Pedro Katenguenha. 12. Focus: Indonesia: Terror in Aceh - ruthless repression by Indonesian forces
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- South Sudan: Open Letter from Secretary-General Salil Shetty to President Salva Kiir on prolonged detentions, enforced disappearances, and reported deaths while in government custody
- DRC: Renewal of MONUSCO’s mandate, an opportunity to recommit to civilian protection in the DRC
- Morocco: Further information: Hearing set for prisoner tortured in detention: Ali Aarrass