The Wire, August 2004. Vol. 34, No. 7.
1) Women activists under attack in Zimbabwe 2) Still no place of safety 3) Argentina's journalists face death threats and harassment 4) China exploits international 'war on terror' to repress Uighurs 5) Portuguese prisoners at risk of torture and ill-treatment 6) Worldwide Appeals: Bulgaria: Children in care home need help; Equatorial Guinea: Former exile held in isolation without charge; Turkmenistan: Jehovah's Witnesses imprisoned; Algeria: Freedom of expression under threat 7) Update: Syria imprisons Internet users 8) Civilian population is target of massacres in Colombia 9) Young girls beaten and raped in Kosovo 10) 'I feel I'm back home': Wang Dan thanks AI
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- USA: Execution set despite diagnosis of schizophrenia: Bruce Ward
- Israel/OPT: UN Secretary-General’s report to the Security Council presents key opportunity to highlight Israel’s ongoing illegal settlement activity and its impact on Palestinians