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Myanmar: Human rights after seven years of military rule
26 October 1995

The release of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi on 10 July 1995 was a positive and welcome step taken by Myanmar's military government. However, the human ...

Report       ASA 16/023/1995

Myanmar: Fear of ill-treatment of torture: Ye Htut (revised ...
4 October 1995

AI fears that Ye Htut, reportedly arrested on 27 September by military intelligence personnel, may be facing ill-treatment or torture in prison. According ...

Urgent Action       ASA 16/027/1995

The death penalty: No solution to illicit drugs
2 October 1995

This report provides compelling evidence of the futility and injustice of trying to use the death penalty to suppress drug trafficking and abuse. Some 26 ...

Report       ACT 51/002/1995

AI Week 1995 appeal cases: The front line: human rights ...
30 September 1995

This circular contains 11 cases, describing a range of violations suffered by those who work for human rights around the world. The cases are: China ...

Report       ACT 31/004/1995

Myanmar: Further information on fear for safety: Myanmar ...
25 September 1995

At about 11pm on 23 September 1995, some 10 armed soldiers of the Democratic Kayin Buddhist Organization entered Sho Clo Camp, home to ...

Urgent Action       ASA 16/025/1995

Myanmar: Conditions in prisons and labour camps
21 September 1995

AI has received new information about conditions in labour camps and prisons in Mynamar. Unofficial sources have provided details about the treatment ...

Report       ASA 16/022/1995

Myanmar: Torture and appalling conditions continue in labour ...
21 September 1995

News Service 176/95. AI INDEX: ASA 16/24/95. EMBARGO UNTIL 0001 HRS GMT 22 SEPTEMBER 1995. MYANMAR: TORTURE ...

Press Release       ASA 16/024/1995

Amnesty International News, September 1995. Vol.25, No.9.
31 August 1995

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Newsletter       NWS 21/009/1995

Amnesty International News, September 1995. Vol.25, No.9.
31 August 1995

1. United Kingdom: Police restraints cause deaths (includes photograph of Joy Gardner). 2. France: Police guilty of illegal violence (includes photograph ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/009/1995

Amnesty International News, September 1995. Vol.25, No.9.
31 August 1995

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Newsletter       NWS 21/009/1995