Mauritania

Human Rights in ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF MAURITANIA

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Mauritania: Further information on Incommunicado detention ...
25 April 2001

Mohamed Lemine Shbih Ould Cheikh Melainine was moved to Nouakachout's civilian prison on 12 April. He has now been allowed access to his family ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/002/2001

Mauritania: Incommunicado detention / fear for safety ...
11 April 2001

Mohamed Lemine Shbih Ould Cheikh Melainine, the leader of an opposition party, has been detained and held incommunicado for four days. Amnesty ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/001/2001

Mauritania: Fear for safety
12 December 2000

Amnesty International is concerned for the safety of at least three Mauritanian army officers Lieutenant Colonel Saleh Ould Hananna Lieutenant Mokhtar ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/008/2000

Mauritania: Further information on Fear for safety / ill-treatment
28 November 2000

Eight female opposition members, Marième Mint Saiga, UFD/EN women coordinator in Almina, Benina Mint Chedad, UFD/EN women coordinator in ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/007/2000

Mauritania: Fear for safety / ill-treatment
14 November 2000

At least 13 members of an opposition party, l'Union des forces démocratiques/ Ere nouvelle (UFD/EN), Union of Democratic Forces-New Era have been ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/005/2000

Mauritania: As an oppostion coalition is banned, growing ...
6 November 2000

6 November 2000. AI Index AFR 38/003/2000 - News Service Nr. 211. Mauritania: As an opposition coalition is banned, growing ...

Press Release       AFR 38/003/2000

Mauritania: Follow up to Fear for safety, prisoner of ...
1 May 2000

Ahmed Ould Daddah was released without charge on 29 April. His supporters thanked Amnesty International for their work on his behalf, and stressed ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/002/2000

Mauritania: Fear for safety, prisoner of conscience - Ahmed ...
25 April 2000

Opposition leader Ahmed Ould Daddah was arrested on 24 April and has been held incommunicado since. Amnesty International believes he is a ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/001/2000

Mauritania: Investigation of Mauritanian army officer accused ...
4 July 1999

News Service 129/99. AI INDEX: AFR 38/03/99. 5 JULY 1999. Investigation of Mauritanian army officer accused of torture ...

Press Release       AFR 38/003/1999

Mauritania: Further information on Incommunicado detention ...
20 January 1999

Ahmed Ould Daddah, Mohameden Ould Babah and Maitre Mohameden Ould Ichiddou, all political activists, were released from house arrest on 17 January ...

Urgent Action       AFR 38/002/1999