Amnesty International News, April 1995. Vol. 25, No.4.
1. Iraq: Kurds suffer abuses by own leaders. 2. India: Indian torture victim's case finally comes to court after 17-year-wait. 3. South Africa: Threat of political violence increases in KwaZulu-Natal. 4. Trade unionists under fire (Focus). 5. Worldwide appeals (Chad: Mahamat Koty Yachoub, ill-treated in custody; Republic of Korea (South Korea): Kim Sam-sok, prisoner of conscience; Mexico: Bishop Samuel Ruiz, fear for safety; Turkey: Gunay Aslan, author and TV journalist, released). 6. Journalists attacked in Peru-Ecuador conflict. 7. Bahrain: Armed forces shoot demonstrators in Bahrain. 8. News in Brief (Spain: Gregorio Ordonez shot dead; Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: abduction of Serbian and Montenegrin citizens; Cambodia: AI delegation and report).
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