Amnesty International News, October 1994. Vol. 14, No.10.
1. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Ethnic Albanians suffer violent attacks by police in Kosovo; 2. Thailand: Refugees face detention, fines and deportation; 3. Pakistan: Blasphemy laws used against minority groups; 4. Brazil: New President must uphold human rights; 5. Rwanda: AI representatives meet massacre survivors; 6. Yemen: Human rights violations continue in aftermath of armed conflict; 7. Morocco: Freedom arrives at last; 8. African Charter translated into Xhosa and Zulu; 9. Cuba: Activists detained after disturbances; 10. Worldwide appeals on prisoners in Mexico, Israel and India; 11. Focus: Egypt: Reaching a new low.
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