The Wire, August 2003. Vol. 33, No. 7.
1) Mexican women live in fear 2) Thousands of students arrested in Iran 3) Government repression continues in Sudan despite peace talks 4) Hundreds of Kenyan women allege that they were raped by UK soldiers 5) Opposition silenced in run-up to elections in Rwanda 6) Worldwide appeals 7) Amnesty International 8) Israel renews detention orders 9) Denial of justice in Myanmar 10) Pinochet's ship of death 11) Reconstruction after the war in Iraq - the human rights view 12) Public pressure in China has effect
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