Wire, September/October 2012. Vol. 42, issue 05
1) The Agenda 2) Up front: A life in isolation 3) Italy: 'What does this tell our children?' 4) International justice: Exposing wrongs on the global stage 5) Human Rights Talk: A dying trend 6) Côte d'Ivoire: Closing the toxic loopholes 7) Poster : 10 October 2012: World Day against the Death Penalty 8) Tunisia; 'The sea is a cemetery' 9) El Salvador: The truth will not die 10) Kuwait: The 'withouts' of Kuwait 11) Cyprus: Punishment without a crime 12) Technology and human rights: Digital panic buttons 13) Good news & updates 14) Worldwide Appeals: Brazil: Land rights activists in hiding: Nilcilene Miguel de Lima; Bulgaria: Student killed in homophobic attack: Mihail Stoyanov; Dominican Republic: Killed by police: Cecilio Díaz and William de Jesús Checo; India: Indigenous activist remains in prison: Kartam Joga; Indonesia: Activist killed: Munir Said Thalib; Saudi Arabia: Domestic worker under death sentence: Siti Zainab Binti Duhri Rupa
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- From London to Juba, a UK-registered company’s role in one of the largest arms deals to South Sudan
- Indonesia: Victim of acid attack faces defamation charge: Novel Baswedan
- Netherlands must curb immigration detention and counter-terrorism measures. Human Rights Council adopts Universal Periodic Review outcome on the Netherlands.