The Wire, June 2007. Vol. 37, No. 5
1) 40 years of occupation 2) Systematic use of torture in Guinea 3) Access denied! Closing borders deprives refugees of their rights: Australia to 'swap' refugees with USA; Kenya closes border with Somalia; Iraq crisis looms 4) Updates: Viet Nam; Syria; USA 5) Worldwide Appeals: USA: More than 15 years on death row; United Arab Emirates: Engineer arrested, at risk of torture; UK/Iraq: No justice for Iraqi man killed in UK custody; Belarus: First year in jail for political prisoner 7) The state of the world's human rights 8) The price of defiance 9) News in brief: Execution rates fall in 2006; Violence mars elections in Nigeria 10) Your letters make a difference 11) Opinions wanted 12) Balkans youth poised to take on 'war on terror'
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- Kyrgyzstan: Open letter to the President of Kyrgyzstan Regarding Azimjan Askarov's Case
- Turkey: Joint Statement: Rights groups call for urgent release of imprisoned journalists, human rights defenders and others, now at risk of Covid-19
- Bahrain: Further Information: Prisoners Released Having Served Sentences