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1) Japan: Forty years on death row 2) Nigeria: Indefinite detention 3) Saudi Arabia: Executions and floggings may be imminent 4) Turkey: Activist in police shooting ...
Document NWS 22/002/2008
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 11 September 2008. AI Index No: ASA 22/008/2008. Japan: New executions emphasize need for death ...
Document ASA 22/008/2008
Japan. Amnesty International Submission to the UN Human Rights Committee. 94 th session of the UN Human Rights Committee, 13-31 October 2008. September 2008. ...
Document ASA 22/012/2008
Amnesty International has expressed its deep concern to the primeminister of Japan about the detention of two Greenpeace activists,Junichi Sato and Toru Suzuki, ...
Makino Tadashi, who lost his final appeal on 29 May 2008, was in danger of execution in June. He remains on death row.
Urgent Action ASA 22/005/2008
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public statement. Index no: ASA 22/004/2008 (Public). 17 June 2008. Japan: Amnesty International condemns latest round of executions. ...
Document ASA 22/004/2008
Death row prisoner Makino Tadashi has just had his appeal for clemency rejected, and so is at imminent risk of execution. He is held in Fukuoka Detention Centre ...
Urgent Action ASA 22/002/2008
In this letter Amnesty International strongly urges the government of Japan to bring House Resolution 124 to a re-vote. This Resolution calls on the Government ...
Document ASA 35/001/2008
Document ACT 50/008/2008