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Amnesty International News Service 32/94
17 February 1994

1. South Korea: Human rights violations still rife under new government.

Report       NWS 11/032/1994

South Korea: Resisting police abuse: the case of Noh Tae-hun
1 February 1994

This report states AI's concern about the arrest and detention of human rights activist Noh Tae-hun in 1993. While detained Noh Tae-hun was adopted ...

Report       ASA 25/002/1994

South Korea: Appeal for the release of Chon Kyong-hee
1 February 1994

AI is calling for the release of Chon Kyong-hee, a 32 year old art teacher, editor and practising Christian who was arrested in 1992. She was arrested ...

Report       ASA 25/011/1994

Urgent Action Newsletter February - April 1994
1 February 1994

1. Morocco: Where is Abdelhaq? UA pressure for the truth (Abdelhaq Rouissi); 2. Haiti: Your solidarity counts (Colson Dorme and Monsignor Willy Romelus ...

Report       ACT 60/001/1994

Boletin de acciones urgentes Febrero - Abril 1994
1 February 1994

Boletin de acciones urgentes Febrero - Abril 1994

Report       ACT 60/001/1994

Amnesty International News, February 1994. Vol.24, No.2.
1 February 1994

1. Tunisia: Actions must speak louder than words; 2. USA: Letter to USA asks Clinton to put an end to all executions; 3. Brazil: "Candelaria massacre" ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/002/1994

South Korea: Ill-treatment of prisoner of conscience Park Seok ...
1 February 1994

Park Seok-jin is a conscientious objector and prisoner of conscience, serving an 18-month prison sentence for "desertion" in Yongdungpo Prison. According ...

Report       ASA 25/009/1994

Amnesty International News, February 1994. Vol.24, No.2.
1 February 1994

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Newsletter       NWS 21/002/1994

Amnesty International News Service 12/94
21 January 1994

1. Greece: Amnesty International welcomes the abolition of the death penalty. 2. Turkey: AI fears for the safety of Iranian and Iraqi refugees and asylum ...

Report       NWS 11/012/1994

South Korea: Journalist Choi Chin-sop, prisoner of conscience
1 January 1994

AI is calling for the immediate and unconditional release of 33-year-old journalist Choi Chin-sop who is serving a three-year prison term on charges ...

Report       ASA 25/005/1994