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Report EUR 01/009/2008
As Nepal's new Constituent Assembly (CA) members prepare to take their seats following the 10 April elections and with the formation of a coalition government expected
Umesh Lama was arrested on 1 April 2008, for reasons unclear, and was tortured by police, according to a local human rights organisation. He is now under police ...
Urgent Action ASA 31/008/2008
Nepal's threat to use violence to prevent anti-China protests when theOlympic torch reaches Mount Everest has been condemned by AmnestyInternational.
In this letter Amnesty International expresses concerns regarding restrictions imposed by the Nepali government on the rights of non-refoulement, movement, assembly ...
Document ASA 31/006/2008
On the night of 23 February 2008 the Nepal Police reportedly arrested Tsering Dhondup, a Tibetan refugee, at the Tibetan Reception Centre in Kathmandu, Nepal. His ...
Urgent Action ASA 31/005/2008
Over 400 people were arrested in Nepal on Monday as the authorities clamped down on peaceful demonstrations against Chinese human rights abuses in Tibet.
Amnesty International called on the Nepalese authorities to immediately and unconditionally release all those arrested in connection with demonstrations on ...
Press release: Amnesty International is concerned that Nepal's police are using excessive and lethal force during ongoing demonstrations by memb.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: ASA 31/011/2007 (Public). News Service No: 227. 20 November 2007. Nepal at a crossroads ...
Press Release ASA 31/011/2007