The Wire, April 2003. Vol. 33, No.3.
1) Afghanistan needs to rebuild its police force 2) AI visits Sudan after 13 years' exclusion 3) Children murdered with impunity in Honduras 4) Continuing cycle of violence in the Republic of Congo 5) Germany's torturous debate 6) Worldwide Appeals: Russian Federation: One of hundreds who 'disappeared'; Rwanda: Political opposition repressed; Egypt: Private Internet conversation used as evidence; Indonesia: Human rights defender killed 7) News in brief: Preserve individual rights before the European Court; Journalist released in Russian Federation; 'Thanks to everyone'; AI's campaign for children has impact on Spain; An unorthodox birthday celebration; New human rights law in the making.
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