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Prominent human rights organizations request that the latestdraft Disappearances bill in Nepal be amended to make it comply withinternational law and standards.
Two male detainees, Sushan Limbu and Bhakta Rai, were granted access to lawyers and provided with medical care after appearing in court on 28 July 2009. The police ...
Urgent Action ASA 31/009/2009
This Memorandum, submitted by Accountability Watch Committee, Advocacy Forum Nepal, Amnesty International, Asian Federation Against Involuntary Disappearances, ...
Document ASA 31/013/2009
On 17 February 2004, members of the Nepal Army took 15 year-old Maina Sunuwar from her home and tortured her to death at a nearby army camp.
In a meeting with delegates from Amnesty International Nepal, the Minister gave a commitment to start the process for her country to ratify the Rome Statute.
Two men have been detained and severely beaten by police in south-eastern Nepal. They are in urgent need of medical attention for the injuries they received.
Urgent Action ASA 31/008/2009
A delegation from Amnesty International delivered thousands ofletters to the prime minister, calling on him to ratify a treaty aimed at combating enforced disappeara
Nepal: Protect women human rights defenders [postcard]
Document ASA 31/006/2009