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HONDURAS: HUMAN RIGHTS CRISIS THREATENS AS REPRESSION INCREASES. Amnesty International is a global movement of 2.2 million people ...
Report AMR 37/004/2009
Amnesty International today published a series of exclusive photos and testimonies revealing serious ill-treatment by police and military of peaceful protesters ...
Protests are escalating in Honduras with reports of protestors beingbeaten. Nineteen-year-old protestor, Isis Obed Murillo, died fromgunshot wounds on Sunday.
Amnesty International denounced an escalation in human rights abuses in Honduras and urged the security forces to respect the rule of law and human rights when ...
Amnesty International's call to the security forces comes aftersupporters of President Zelaya clashed with the military in the contextof demonstrations that.
Further demonstrations are expected in support of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, who was ousted on Sunday.
Amnesty International said that Honduran President Manuel Zelaya mustbe able to return to Honduras immediately, without conditions andsafely.
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Document NWS 21/003/2009
TheDeclaration of Commitment of Port of Spain fails to lay out a clear human rights framework forprogress in the areas of human prosperity, energy security and
An Amnesty International delegation has arrived in Trinidad and Tobago to take part in the Summit of the Americas.