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China: Horrific New Year
9 February 2005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: ASA 17/007/2005 (Public). News Service No: 031. 9 February 2005. ...

Press Release       ASA 17/007/2005

China: Remembering the victims of police brutality in Gulja ...
4 February 2005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: ASA 17/005/2005 (Public). News Service No: 027. 4 February 2005. ...

Press Release       ASA 17/005/2005

The Wire, February 2005. Vol. 35, No.1.
1 February 2005

1) Patterns of impunity in French police abuse 2) Refugee rights are being eroded in central Africa 3) Peace requires justice for women and girls in Liberia ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/001/2005

China: Fear of torture/medical concern/prisoner of conscience
28 January 2005

Political activist Hada has been routinely tortured at the prison in northern China where he is serving a 15-year sentence for "separatism" and "espionage ...

Urgent Action       ASA 17/004/2005

China: Further information: Fear of execution
26 January 2005

The suspended death sentence passed against Tenzin Deleg Rinpoche has been commuted to life imprisonment, according to reports by China's state ...

Urgent Action       ASA 17/003/2005

China: Further information on: Fear of torture, Mao Hengfeng
6 January 2005

Mao Hengfeng's sentence of 18 months in a "re-education through labour" camp has been extended by three months. Amnesty International fears this ...

Urgent Action       ASA 17/001/2005

China: Medical Action, Dr Yang Jianli
23 December 2004

Amnesty International is concerned about the poor health of Dr Yang Jianli, 41, who has been in detention since 2002. Dr Yang, originally a mathematician ...

Report       ASA 17/066/2004

China: Further information on Death Penalty/imminent ...
23 December 2004

Rabi Dahal's death sentence has been reduced to life imprisonment, while Ishwori Kumar Shrestha's death sentence remains suspended for two years ...

Urgent Action       ASA 17/067/2004

China: Religious freedom rhetoric fails to translate into reality
21 December 2004

China: Religious freedom rhetoric fails to translate into reality. Index: ASA 17/065/2004. Date: 21/12/2004. As Christmas ...

Report       ASA 17/065/2004

China: Fear of ill-treatment or torture/health concern : Zhang ...
14 December 2004

Prominent underground church leader Zhang Rongliang was detained by police on 1 December in Henan Province. He is at risk of torture. He is diabetic ...

Urgent Action       ASA 17/062/2004