The Wire, December 2005. Vol. 35, No.11.
1) Migrants rights denied in Spain and Morocco 2) 'They came in shooting' Confrontational policing fuels violence in Brazil's shanty towns 3) An uncertain future for Côte d'Ivoire 4) Saddam Hussain stands trails 5) Indonesian prisoner of conscience campaigns for others from prison 6)Protecting the rights of migrant workers 7) Worldwide appeals: Egypt: Academic detained for challenging mainstream religious views; Equatorial Guinea: 'Disappearance' after unfair trial; Viet Nam: Cyber-dissident imprisoned; Former president of Chad arrested in Senegal 8) Updates: Mongolian prisoner very weak; Chinese dissident freed; ICC issues first arrest warrants; World Day against the Death Penalty 9) Human rights under attack in the 'war on terror' 10) Cruel. Inhuman. Degrades us all. Stop torture and ill-treatment in the 'war on terror' 11) USA's global detention network
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- South Sudan: Open Letter from Secretary-General Salil Shetty to President Salva Kiir on prolonged detentions, enforced disappearances, and reported deaths while in government custody
- USA: Fair trial concern revisted as execution looms: Stacey Johnson
- USA: Bipolar disorder not raised at trial, execution set: Jack Jones