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1. Spain becomes wholly abolitionist; 2. UAE: Philippine maid spared; 3. Belgium to abolish death penalty; 4. Ukraine: Moratorium on executions; 5. Macao: Abolition ...
Newsletter ACT 53/004/1995
1. Somalia: Human rights a priority in rebuilding Somalia; 2. South Africa: Learning the lessons of the Bophuthatswana crisis.
Report NWS 11/063/1994
1. Somalia: AI concerned about detentions and killings by United Nations troops.
Report NWS 11/140/1993
This document is a survey of progress towards complete abolition of the death penalty in Europe. It gives a chronology of moves towards abolition from 1947 to 1991 ...
Newsletter EUR 01/001/1992
Amnesty International's concerns in 23 European countries are summarized and updated in this report. They cover issues such as conscientious objection to military ...
Newsletter EUR 01/002/1991
1. Hong Kong's legislative council backs proposal to abolish the death penalty. 2. USSR: New laws reduce scope of death penalty. 3. Grenada: Commutations in 1983 ...
Newsletter ACT 53/004/1991
This document outlines Amnesty International's concerns in 17 countries in Western Europe. The concerns include: death penalty legislation; conscientious objection ...
Report EUR 03/002/1990