Nepal: Amnesty International urges Kathmandu authorities to respect rights of protestors
This is a public statement urging the Kathmandu authorities to halt rights violations against those involved in the protests. It is estimated that well over 1,000 protesters have been arrested since 8 April, since an order was issued banning public demonstrations.
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