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Amnesty International  Report 2013


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Uganda: Violence against women in Northern Uganda
16 July 2005

Violence against women in Northern Uganda. by Richard Lough and Euan Denholm. Index: AFR 59/001/2005. Date: 17/07/2005. ...

Report       AFR 59/001/2005

Democratic Republic of Congo: arming the east
4 July 2005

Amnesty International is concerned that, during the peace process in the DRC, military aid has been provided from agents close to the Rwanda, Uganda ...

Report       AFR 62/006/2005

Democratic Republic of Congo: Illegal arms exports fuelling ...
4 July 2005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: AFR 62/008/2005 (Public). News Service No: 178. 5 July 2005. ...

Press Release       AFR 62/008/2005

Uganda: Government cannot prevent the International ...
16 November 2004

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: AFR 59/008/2004 (Public). News Service No: 289. 16 November 2004. ...

Press Release       AFR 59/008/2004

Amnistía Internacional Revista. Num. 69. Octubre - Noviembre ...
30 September 2004

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Newsletter       NWS 23/005/2004

Uganda: International Criminal Court investigation an ...
28 July 2004

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: AFR 59/006/2004 (Public). News Service No: 191. 29 July 2004. ...

Press Release       AFR 59/006/2004

Uganda: Concerns about the International Criminal Court Bill ...
26 July 2004

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Report       AFR 59/005/2004

Preventing torture at home: A guide to the establishment of ...
30 April 2004

On 18 December 2002, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly adopted a new mechanism: the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture ...

Report       IOR 51/004/2004

Uganda: Government should address attacks on civilians ...
24 February 2004

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Press Release       AFR 59/003/2004

Uganda: Freedom of the press upheld
12 February 2004

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Press Release       AFR 59/002/2004