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1. Bosnia-Herzegovina: Bosnian Serb forces responsible for new abuses against minorities.
Report NWS 11/065/1994
AI made five oral statments to the 50th session of the UN Commission on Human Rights. Under Agenda Item 10 (human rights of all persons subjected to any form of ...
Report IOR 41/001/1994
1. Bosnia-Herzegovina: Amnesty International delegate visits Croatia.
Report NWS 11/060/1994
Marko and Velibor Lalovic, who are Serbs, have reportedly been detained by Bosnian Government authorities in January 1994, and have been charged with criminal offences ...
Report EUR 63/006/1994
1. United Nations: Oral statement on human rights and internal armed conflict.
Report NWS 11/040/1994
On 5 February, a single mortar shell fell on the market off Marsal Tito street in the centre of Sarajevo. Sixty-eight people were reportedly killed, and nearly ...
Urgent Action EUR 63/004/1994
There is concern at reports of the continuing detention of the five doctors named above and three nurses, from the Kosevo hospital, who were detained by Bosnian ...
Report EUR 63/002/1994
According to recent press reports, nine people including three children, were killed on 4 February 1994 when shells hit a group of civilians waiting for the distribution ...
Urgent Action EUR 63/003/1994
In this report, AI concentrates on victims of abuses which have largely taken place in areas of central and southwest Bosnia-Herzegovina disputed by the Bosnian ...
Report EUR 63/001/1994
AI delivered the following oral statements to the first CSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM) in Warsaw, 27 September-15 October 1993: Torture in ...
Report IOR 52/003/1993