Amnesty International News, November 1993. Vol.23, No.8.
1. Saudi Arabia: Hundreds arrested in religious persecution; 2. Brazil: Third police massacre; 3. Ethiopia: Compensation awarded to women torture victims; 4. Cambodia: Khmer Rouge step up campaign of terror; 5. Bangladesh: Policemen suspended after streetchild rape; 6. Argentina: Journalists warned to stop criticising government; 7. Trinidad and Tobago: New calls for hanging to be resumed. 8. Iraq: Hundreds still missing from Gulf War; 9. Papua New Guinea: Island atrocities "inevitable"; 10. Togo: Army enjoys immunity from prosecution; 11. Worldwide appeals on Guatemala, Equatorial Guinea and Bahrain; 12. Focus: Venezuela: Eclipse of human rights.
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