Amnesty International News, March 1993. Vol.23, No.12.
1. Central Asia: Human rights activists abducted; 2. Sierra Leone: Summary executions follow unfair trials; 3. China: The judicial massacre continues; 4. Worldwide appeals: Philippines, Iraq, Djibouti, Malawi; 5. Paraguay: Secret archives reveal prisoners' fate; 6. Israel/South Lebanon: Over 400 Palestinians deported; 7. Peru: Journalist acquitted; 8. Chile: Supreme Court upholds impunity; 9. Lebanon: Eleven charged for producing leaflet; 10. Cambodia: Political killings increase; 11. Laos: Free after 17 years; 12. Turkey: Torture equipment discovered; 13. Yemen: Protesters killed and tortured; 14. Pakistan: Arrests and torture follow demonstrations.
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