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The Pakistani government must investigate the torture and killings of more than 40 Baloch leaders and political activists over the past four months.
President Asif Ali Zardari's visit comes amid increased focus by international leaders on his country's response to the Taleban-led insurgency.
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Newsletter NWS 21/004/2010
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Millions of Pakistanis in the northwest tribal areas live in a human rights free zone where they have no legal protection from the government and are subject to ...
Some four million Pakistanis have been caught in a human rights and humanitarian crisis that has gripped northwest Pakistan since 2004. The conflict and associated ...
Report ASA 33/004/2010
A new Amnesty International report says that nearly 4 million people are subject to abuses by the Taleban and have no protection from the government.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: ASA 33/006/2010. 28 May 2010. Amnesty International condemns the twin attacks on ...
Public Statement ASA 33/006/2010
Pakistan: One of the key targets under attack in the state of emergency, imposed by President Musharraf, has been the country's increasingly active judiciary.
Amina Janjua, Pakistan. Amina Janjua's husband is believed to have been held in government custody since he disappeared in 2005. ...
Document ASA 33/003/2010