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Amnesty International News, September 1993. Vol.23, No.6.
31 August 1993

1. Bolivia: Former president guilty of genocide. 2. Sudan: Hundreds massacred in revenge attack. 3. Turkey: Police torture villagers in sub- zero conditions ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/006/1993

France: Latest developments in the case of Michel Lucia - a ...
31 May 1993

On 19 May 1993 Michel Lucia, who had been provisionally released on 24 March, appeared before the Tenth Criminal Chamber of Paris Tribunal for ...

Report       EUR 21/006/1993

Our world; our rights: UN World Conference on Human Rights ...
31 March 1993

Cases for appeals: Chad: Irene Remadji; South Africa: Johannes Maisha "Stanza" Bopape; Togo: killing of peaceful demonstrators; Brazil: Jean Alves ...

Report       IOR 41/008/1993

AI News Release: Racism: police in Europe guilty of human ...
3 February 1993

AI Index: EUR 03/01/93. Distr:SC/PO. 0001 hrs gmt Wednesday 3 February 1993. RACISM: POLICE IN EUROPE GUILTY ...

Press Release       EUR 03/001/1993

Racist torture and ill-treatment by police in Western Europe ...
11 December 1992

Cases of racist ill-treatment and torture by police in seven West European countries are described here. They are: the beating and ill-treatment of two ...

Report       EUR 03/001/1992

Adoption network for conscientious objectors in Western ...
20 November 1992

Christophe "Kittu" Lascaray, a 21-year-old rock musician living in the Basque Region, is currently serving 13 months because of his refusal to perform ...

Report       EUR 21/005/1992

WERAN 21/92 - France: The alleged police assault on ...
22 September 1992

Jacques Cherigui, a 48-year-old mechanic, was arrested by police officers at his flat in Argenteuil on 11 June 1992. In a statement to AI, he alleged that ...

Report       EUR 21/003/1992

Haiti: Human rights held to ransom
25 August 1992

This report is based on the findings of an AI delegation which visited Haiti from 20 March-3 April 1992. It contains reports of arbitrary, illegal arrests, torture ...

Report       AMR 36/041/1992

Adoption network for conscientious objectors in Western ...
16 July 1992

Jeremy Bernardi, a Jehovah's Witness, is serving two concurrent sentences of 15 months' imprisonment because of his refusal, on grounds of conscience ...

Report       EUR 21/002/1992

Adoption Network for Conscientious Objectors in Europe ...
4 June 1992

AI has adopted Erik Lechardoy, Jean-Francois Lefort and Nikolas Padrones, from the Basque region of Southern France, as prisoners of conscience ...

Report       EUR 21/001/1992