Weekly Update Service 44/92 (includes three additions)
1. Sudan: Both sides committing grave abuses in the South. 2. Peru: Amnesty International urges government not to extend death penalty. 3. Turkey: Further allegations of death by torture. 4. Amnesty International refused access to East Timor for anniversary of Santa Cruz massacre. 5. Indonesia/East Timor: Amnesty International fears further deterioration of human rights situation. 6. Liberia: Amnesty International concerned by killings of nuns. 7. Angola: Amnesty International appeals for halt to gross abuses. 8. Pakistan: Amnesty International opposes death sentence imposed for blasphemy. 9. Update to "Turkey: Walls of glass". 10. Jordan: State security trial ends with no right of appeal. 11. Trinidad/Tobago: AI condemns resumption of executions.
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- China: “Where are they?” Time for answers about mass detentions in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region
- Combating torture: The need for comprehensive regulation of law enforcement equipment
- Burkina Faso: Amnesty International calls on Burkina Faso to protect human rights defenders and end the practice of early and forced marriage