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A new Amnesty International report shows evidence of arbitrary detentions, torture, killings and disappearances during the former president's rule.
Postcard AMR 36/009/2011
Over 300 people who have been living in a makeshift camp in the capital of Haiti since their homes were destroyed in the earthquake in January 2010 ...
Urgent Action AMR 36/014/2011
Two hundred families have been threatened with eviction from their makeshift camp in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Amnesty International is concerned that ...
Urgent Action AMR 36/013/2011
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. Index: AMR 52/003/2011. 8 September 2011. Amnesty International ...
Public Statement AMR 52/003/2011
In this submission, Amnesty International expresses concerns in relation to the normative and institutional framework of the State and the promotion and ...
Report AMR 36/011/2011
Some of the families who were evicted from a makeshift camp in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, have been relocated to alternative accommodation, which falls ...
Urgent Action AMR 36/010/2011
Authorities in Haiti's capital have forcibly evicted hundreds of families from a makeshift camp formed after last year's devastating earthquake.
More than 500 homeless families are at risk of being forcibly evicted from a makeshift camp located in central Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where they have ...
Urgent Action AMR 36/008/2011