Amnesty International has called on all states to suspend international
supplies of military and police weaponry, munitions and other equipment
that could be used to commit human rights violations by Guinean
Since the August polls, Amnesty International has received evidence
of harassment and violence against the media by supporters of President Hamid Karzai and his chief election rival, Abdullah Abdullah.
A Moscow court has found in favour of the president's libel suit against human rights activist Oleg Orlov who accused him of "being
responsible" for the murder of human rights worker Natalia