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Newsletter NWS 21/005/2008
Hundreds of thousands of protesters are expected to take part in a "Kosovo is Serbia" rally in Belgrade on Thursday.
Amnesty International is calling on the Serbian authorities and specifically Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica and President Boris Tadić to urgently conde.
Amnesty International calls on the Kosovo authorities to make the draftConstitution available for public consultation without delay.
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Newsletter NWS 21/001/2008
War crimes and crimes against humanity from the Kosovo conflict in thelate 1990s risk being left unpunished as a result of a failed UNjustice mission.
As the European Union prepares to make a decision over its responsibilities with regard to Kosovo, Amnesty International warns that war crimes and crimes against ...
This report describes the failure of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) International Judges and Prosecutors Programme (Programme ...
Report EUR 70/001/2008
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT. 10 December 2007. AI Index: EUR 70/014/2007. Kosovo (Serbia): Albin Kurti – a politically motivated prosecution? ...
Public Statement EUR 70/014/2007
This bulletin contains information about Amnesty International's main concerns in Europe and Central Asia between January and June 2007. Not every country in the ...
Report EUR 01/010/2007