Weekly Update Service 21/92 (includes addition)
1. People's Republic of China: Thousands remain in detention three years after the Tiananmen Square massacre. 2. Thailand: AI welcomes release of protestors, repeats its call for a full investigation into killings of demonstrators by the military. 3. USA: Roger Coleman executed in Virginia. 4. Cambodia: AI delegation visits Cambodia. 5. Nepal: AI calls for further human rights safeguards. 6. Indonesia / East Timor: Human rights activists convicted of subversion. 7. Rwanda: AI appeals for end to widescale persecution of the Tutsi people. 8. Ethiopia: Exhumation of victims of "disappearances" and extrajudicial executions. 9. Pakistan: AI concerned about report of Indian diplomat detained and tortured by military.
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- UA 451/94 - Jordan: death penalty: Abdullah Hashaikeh, Isma'il al-'Amayra, Zakharia Qassem, Muhammad 'Ali 'Issa, Muhammad Ahmad al-'Atharba, Suleiman 'Abd al-'Aal, Samir Taylakh, Yassin Zahra, Muhammad Ahmad al-Harithi (sentenced in absentia), Yahya 'Uway
- UA 449/94 - Venezuela: fear for safety: fear for safety of prisoners as National Guard deployed in seven prisons
- UA 450/94 - Turkey: prisoners of conscience: Mahmut Sakar, Nimetullah Gunduz, Abdullah Cager (members of Diyarbakir branch of the Turkish Human Rights Association - HRA); Sedat Aslantas (former president, Diyarbakir HRA, Mahmut Akkurt; Yavuz Onen, preside