Saudi Arabia: End secrecy, end suffering - an Amnesty International briefing
This briefing is part of Amnesty International's series of documents, during its 2000 campaign, highlighting the human rights situation in Saudi Arabia. The briefing includes items on the death penalty; torture and ill-treatment; international defence and security sales; migrant workers; the treatment of women; unfair trials; and freedom of expression and association.
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