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Viêt-Nam. La peur augmente, la discrimination aussi
9 October 2008

Viêt-Nam. La peur augmente, la discrimination aussi

Document       ASA 41/005/2008

Viet Nam: Growing fear, growing discrimination
9 October 2008

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index No: ASA 41/005/2008. News Service No: 191. 9 October 2008. ...

Document       ASA 41/005/2008

Vietn - Amnesty International Report 2008 | Amnesty ...
8 October 2008

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Socialist Republic of Viet Nam: After the crackdown: attacks ...
1 October 2008

This briefing paper documents intimidation and harassment against Catholics in Hanoi. After a violent crackdown in September 2008 on peaceful mass ...

Report       ASA 41/004/2008

Viet Nam: Supreme Patriarch Thich Huyen Quang, a life ...
10 July 2008

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index No. ASA 41/002/2008. Date: 10 July 2008. Viet Nam: Supreme Patriarch ...

Document       ASA 41/002/2008

The wire, July 2008. Vol. 38, No. 6
1 July 2008

1019 The Wire Amnesty International 2008 7 Vol.38 No.6 CIA CIA 2008 2 2002 2003 waterboarding ? State of denial: Europe ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/006/2008

the wire, July 2008. Vol. 38, No. 6
1 July 2008

1) State of denial: Europe's role in rendition and secret detention 2) Migrants attacked in South Africa 3) China's human rights record overshadows Olympic ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/006/2008

Viet Nam: Time to live up to human rights commitment
30 June 2008

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. 30 June 2008. AI Index Number: ASA 41/001/2008. Viet Nam: Time to live ...

Document       ASA 41/001/2008

Amnesty International | Viet Nam: At least 14 arrests under the ...
1 May 2008

Using the Olympic torch as an excuse to crack down on peaceful criticsis yet another bitter twist in Viet Nam's pattern of repressinglegitimate and peaceful

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Secrecy surrounds death penalty | Amnesty International
15 April 2008

At least 1200 people were executed in 2007 and many more were killedby the state, in secret, in countries including China, Mongolia andViet Nam.

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