The Wire, September 2005. Vol. 35, No. 8.
1) Uzbek refugees under threat in Kyrgyzstan 2) Will China's government uphold the Olympic ideal? 3) Israel leaves a trail of destruction as it withdraws from Gaza 4) Sudan's political prisoners face an uncertain future 5) Armed groups in Iraq disregard basic principles of humanity 6) Worldwide appeals: Indonesia: Two men jailed for raising a flag; Syria and Lebanon: Lebanese priests 'disappeared; United Kingdom: Internment of Iraqi-UK citizen; 'Containment' on Greek island puts people at risk 7) Updates: Saudi Arabia; Maldives; Myanmar 8) Growing intolerance? Freedom of religious belief at risk in Malaysia 9) 2005 World Summit: a chance for UN to put human rights first 10) Good news for human rights defenders in Mauritania 11) Latvian politicians try to halt Gay Pride march 12) AI Slovenia held a candlelit vigil to mark the 10th anniversary of the massacre at Srebrenica
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