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AI has now learned that the four doctors and two nurses (not three, as stated in EUR 63/02/94) were released in a prisoner exchange on 15 June 1994. They are Drs ...
Action Document EUR 63/014/1994
1. Bosnia-Herzegovina: AI concerned at "disappearance" of Tunisian aid workers in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Report NWS 11/121/1994
1. Saudi Arabia: Iraqis suffer gross violation of rights in two Saudi Arabian refugee camps; 2. Rwanda: AI condemns the slaughter of thousands; 3. Turkey: Eight ...
Newsletter NWS 21/006/1994
Testimony collected in Croatia from recently arrived refugees reinforces concerns that serious human rights abuses continue to be perpetrated against minorities ...
Report EUR 63/011/1994
Report EUR 63/012/1994
There is concern that a group of 11 relief workers, ten men and a woman, are being held as hostages by the de facto Bosnian Serb authorities. The aid workers from ...
Report EUR 63/010/1994
1. Bosnia-Herzegovina: Aid workers held in Bosnia may be hostages; 2. Nigeria: Continuing human rights crisis among Nigeria's Ogoni.
Report NWS 11/094/1994
AI has learned since the issuing of EUR 63/08/94 that Bosnian Serb forces have agreed to a ceasefire and the withdrawal of their forces from Gorazde.
Urgent Action EUR 63/009/1994
AI is concerned about further reports of deliberate arbitrary killings of Muslim civilians in Gorazde. Bosnian Serb forces reportedly attacked the main hospital ...
Urgent Action EUR 63/008/1994
At least 10 Muslim civilians were reportedly killed by the Bosnian Serb army in Stanici, eastern Bosnia, on 4 April 1994. All the houses in the village were reportedly ...
Urgent Action EUR 63/007/1994