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Kenya: Fear for safety/Ill treatment for pro-democracy activists
21 August 2000

At least one killed and many others injured after peaceful pro-democracy rally in Nairobi. When police and security forces, prevented over 3000 people ...

Urgent Action       AFR 32/005/2000

Torture campaign leaflets
31 July 2000

These fourteen leaflets, part of Amnesty International's Campaign Against Torture, contain specific details of torture and ill-treatment, including deaths ...

Newsletter       ACT 40/008/2000

Kenya: Human rights defenders arrested for acting in front of ...
30 March 2000

News Service:062/00. AI INDEX: AFR 32/04/00. 31 March 2000. Kenya: Human rights defenders arrested for acting in front of primary school children ...

Press Release       AFR 32/004/2000

Kenya: Briefing on reports that Amnesty International is ...
22 March 2000

News Service: 055/99. EXTERNAL -- FOR RESPONSE. AI INDEX: AFR 32/03/00. 22 March 2000. Briefing on reports that Amnesty International is. ...

Press Release       AFR 32/003/2000

Kenya: Further information on Unfair trial: Tony Gachoka
4 November 1999

Tony Gachoka was granted a presidential pardon and released from prison on 3 November 1999, after serving only two and a half months of a six-month ...

Urgent Action       AFR 32/016/1999

AI Week 1999: The Terror Trade Times: Focus on Africa
30 September 1999

This document in newspaper format seeks to highlight Amnesty International's campaign to end the supply of arms and training to human rights abusers ...

Report       ACT 31/002/1999

Kenya: Unfair trial: Tony Gachoka
22 August 1999

Editor Tony Gachoka has been sentenced to six months' imprisonment for contempt of court after publishing articles alleging corruption in the judiciary ...

Urgent Action       AFR 32/013/1999

Kenya: Further information on Fear for safety/Excessive use of ...
29 April 1999

Amnesty International has learned that political rallies on 24 April 1999 were disrupted by violence by police and others.

Urgent Action       AFR 32/010/1999

Kenya: Fear for safety/Excessive use of force by police: James ...
19 April 1999

Amnesty International is concerned at the increasing use of force and violence by police in breaking up meetings organized or attended by opposition ...

Urgent Action       AFR 32/008/1999

Kenya: Further information on Ill-treatment / fear for safety ...
3 February 1999

Amnesty International has learned that Kenyan Attorney General Amos Wako has apologised to Greenbelt Movement leader Professor Wangari Maathai ...

Urgent Action       AFR 32/004/1999