Amnesty International News, April 1994. Vol.24, No.4.
1. Burundi: Thousands killed in ethnic violence; 2. Haiti: Fear for the safety of the inhabitants of Raboteau and Cite Soleil; 3. Three AI appeal cases released; 4. Germany: Hamburg police go unprosecuted for ill-treatment of detainees; 5. Cameroon: All prisoners must be protected from torture; 6. Mexico: Delegation confirms human rights violations followed Chiapas uprising; 7. Jordan: Executions increase, dashing recent hopes; 8. Tibet: Good and bad news concerning prisoners of conscience; 9. Mozambique: AI visit; 10. South Korea: A letter of thanks for AI support; 11. United Kingdom: Report details collusion by the army and police; 12. Cuba: Hundreds imprisoned under Cuba's "dangerousness" law; 13. Sri Lanka: A step in the right direction; 14. Worldwide appeals on cases in Uzbekistan, Iran, Tadzhikistan and Zaire; 15. Focus: Colombia: The truth behind the myth.
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- Oral statement during Item 4 debate on human rights situations requiring the attention of the UN Human Rights Council (HRC39): Egypt, China, Nicaragua, Venezuela
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