The 2013 Annual Report on
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As Amnesty International publishes its world overview of the death penalty for 2009, the organization challenges the Chinese authorities to reveal how ...
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: ASA 22/001/2010. 13 January 2010. Japan: 'Comfort women ...
Public Statement ASA 22/001/2010
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. Date: 21 October 2009. AI Index: ASA 22/011/2009. Japan: Retrial highlights ...
Document ASA 22/011/2009
Ref: ASA 22/013/2009 (Public). TG ASA 22/2009.007. HATOYAMA Yukio. Prime Minister. Cabinet Secretariat. Cabinet Public Relations Office. ...
Document ASA 22/013/2009
The use of the death penalty is in decline globally. Japan is one of the few industrialized countries to continue to use it, hanging a small number of ...
Report ASA 22/005/2009
Japan is one of only two industrialized countries that retains the death penalty and uses it. Its use is veiled in secrecy, with prisoners informed of their ...
Document ASA 22/006/2009
The government of Japan continues to execute prisoners who are mentally ill, according to a new Amnesty International report.
The government of Japan's continued practice of executing prisoners with mental illness is inhuman and must come to an end, Amnesty International ...
Japan: Stop the execution of mentally ill prisoners [general postcard]
Document ASA 22/007/2009
Japan: Stop the execution of mentally ill prisoners: Hakawada Iwao [postcard]
Document ASA 22/008/2009