Amnesty International News, August 1994. Vol.24, No. 8.
1. Turkey: Attack on free speech intensifies; 2. Denmark: Wide-ranging ill-treatment by police; 3. South Africa: AI letter welcomes decision on human rights treaties; 4. USA: Prisoners kept underground; 5. Rwanda: UN pledges individuals will be brought to justice; 6. China: Dissidents freed but further arrests made; 7. Peru: Peru's government turns down meeting with AI delegation; 8. Indonesia: Protests as student dies in police custody; 9. Mozambique: AI's pocket-guide to human rights; 10. Syria: Fate of 11 still unknown; 11. Kuwait: Six are sentenced to death after unfair trial; 12. Focus on human rights activists: Freedom's front line.
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