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Liberia: Hassan Bility released but other human rights activists ...
9 December 2002

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: AFR 34/032/2002 (Public). News Service No: 227. 9 December 2002. ...

Press Release       AFR 34/032/2002

Liberia: Aloysius Toe : Human Rights Activist on trial for ...
22 November 2002

This is an appeal case on behalf of Aloysius Toe, a prominent human rights activist, who is currently in detention and on trial for treason. Amnesty ...

Report       AFR 34/029/2002

Liberia: The UN Security Council should accord highest ...
22 November 2002

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: AFR 34/030/2002 (Public). News Service No: 213. 22 November 2002. ...

Press Release       AFR 34/030/2002

Liberia: Further Information on Fear for safety/risk of torture or ...
10 November 2002

Following months of national and international pressure, Hassan Bility was released by the Liberian government and handed over to United States ...

Urgent Action       AFR 34/033/2002

Liberia: Leading human rights activist charged with treason ...
5 November 2002

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: AFR 34/027/2002 (Public). News Service No: 199. 5 November 2002. ...

Press Release       AFR 34/027/2002

Liberia: Further information on fear of torture and ill-treatment ...
4 November 2002

Dempster Brown, Chairman of the Liberia Coalition of Human Rights Defenders, was released without charge on 30 October 2002. Blamoh Sieh, Coordinator ...

Urgent Action       AFR 34/026/2002

Liberia: Aloysius Toe leading human rights activist, charged ...
4 November 2002

On 4 November 2002, in the latest of a long line of attacks on human rights activists in Liberia, Aloysius Toe was arrested, brought before a court and ...

Report       AFR 34/025/2002

Liberia: Fear of torture and ill-treatment/Prisoners of ...
30 October 2002

Amnesty International is seriously concerned about the safety of the human rights community in Liberia, following a series of arrests on 29 October. Human ...

Urgent Action       AFR 34/022/2002

Liberia: Further Information on Fear for safety/risk of torture or ...
28 October 2002

Hassan Bility and Sheikh KM Sackor are believed to have been moved between various places of detention in the capital, Monrovia, including the National ...

Urgent Action       AFR 34/021/2002

Liberia: Human Rights Defenders detained incommunicado ...
1 October 2002

In this letter concern is expressed for human right defenders Hassan Bility, a journalist and editor, and Shiekh KM Sackor, Executive Director of a Liberian ...

Report       AFR 34/017/2002