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Testimony collected in Croatia from recently arrived refugees reinforces concerns that serious human rights abuses continue to be perpetrated against minorities ...
Report EUR 63/012/1994
Report EUR 63/011/1994
There is concern that a group of 11 relief workers, ten men and a woman, are being held as hostages by the de facto Bosnian Serb authorities. The aid workers from ...
Report EUR 63/010/1994
1. Bosnia-Herzegovina: Aid workers held in Bosnia may be hostages; 2. Nigeria: Continuing human rights crisis among Nigeria's Ogoni.
Report NWS 11/094/1994
AI has learned since the issuing of EUR 63/08/94 that Bosnian Serb forces have agreed to a ceasefire and the withdrawal of their forces from Gorazde.
Urgent Action EUR 63/009/1994
AI is concerned about further reports of deliberate arbitrary killings of Muslim civilians in Gorazde. Bosnian Serb forces reportedly attacked the main hospital ...
Urgent Action EUR 63/008/1994
At least 10 Muslim civilians were reportedly killed by the Bosnian Serb army in Stanici, eastern Bosnia, on 4 April 1994. All the houses in the village were reportedly ...
Urgent Action EUR 63/007/1994
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