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Liberia: Court ruling in human rights defender's case is a huge ...
4 September 2002

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: AFR 34/014/2002 (Public). News Service No: 156. 5 September 2002. ...

Press Release       AFR 34/014/2002

The Wire, September 2002. Vol. 32. No.7.
31 August 2002

1.) Burundi's children suffer; 2.) Cambodian justice system in disarray; 3.) Time to eliminate torture and ill-treatment in Peru; 4.) Human rights lawyers ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/007/2002

Liberia: Further Information on Fear for safety/risk of torture or ...
29 August 2002

Amnesty International is concerned at reports that Moriah Sando Nyenetue, the mother of Hassan Bility's child, has not been seen for ten days and may ...

Urgent Action       AFR 34/013/2002

Liberia: Hassan Bility: Incommunicado detention without ...
31 July 2002

The document is a public appeal case on Hassan Bility, an independent journalist and human rights defender who has been detained incommunicado ...

Report       AFR 34/011/2002

Liberia: Further information on Fear for safety/risk of torture or ...
31 July 2002

Hassan Bility, independent journalist of the Analyst newspaper, has been held incommunicado at an unknown place of detention since his arrest on ...

Urgent Action       AFR 34/010/2002

Liberia: Journalist Hassan Bility and two others feared dead ...
1 July 2002

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: AFR 34/009/2002 (Public). News Service No: 112. 2 July 2002. ...

Press Release       AFR 34/009/2002

The Wire, July 2002. Vol. 32, No.6.
30 June 2002

1.) Police practice and human rights in Southern and Eastern Africa; 2.) 'Disappearances' still take place in Mexico; 3.) Police in Belarus stifle peaceful ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/006/2002

Liberia: Fear for safety/risk of torture or ill-treatment ...
24 June 2002

On 24 June, Hassan Bility, editor of the Analyst Newspaper and three others, were harassed and arrested by two plain clothes men, reportedly from the ...

Urgent Action       AFR 34/008/2002

Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone: UN Security Council ...
20 May 2002

In this document Amnesty International addresses the Security Council on the countries of the Mano River Union. The main focus is primarily on Liberia ...

Report       AFR 05/003/2002

Liberia: Further information on Torture/Fear for safety, Tiawon ...
2 May 2002

Tiawon Gongloe was discharged from hospital on 1 May. The police put him in the charge of Archbishop Michael Francis, a prominent advocate of human ...

Urgent Action       AFR 34/006/2002