Amnesty International News, May 1994. Vol.24, No.5.
1. Pakistan: Police ignore attacks on Ahmadiyya; 2. Israel and the Occupied Territories: Israel must conduct policing review in the wake of the Hebron massacre; 3. Cameroon: Soldiers kill more than 55 Shua Arab villagers; 4. Burundi: Massacres prompt call for inquiry into killings; 5. Romania: Proposed changes to law threaten freedoms; 6. El Salvador: Five children reunited with their relatives after 12 years; 7. China: Stricter controls strangle religious freedom; 8. Haiti: Refoulement of refugees; 9. Guatemala: Exhumations reveal 200 bodies buried in mass grave; 10. Rwanda: Killings increase amid political turmoil which delays human rights safeguards; 11. Denmark ratifies optional protocol; 12. Worldwide appeals on Equatorial Guinea, Mexico and Morocco; 13. Focus: A high price for workers' rights.
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