Wire, September/October 2013. Vol. 43, issue 005

Index Number: NWS 21/005/2013

1) The Agenda 2) Up front: Egypt’s long road to equality 3) Forced evictions; ‘Even the rats in my house are worried’ 4) ‘They would only succeed if we weren’t consulted’ 5) United we stand 6) The day the bulldozers came 7) Chile: A cunning devil 8) Silencing Iran’s universities 9) Afghanistan: Revolutionary daughter 10) Sri Lanka: Tell the truth 11) Russia: No room to breathe 12) The rocky road to a small revolution 13) Human rights talk: Surviving death row: ‘Imagine being in a cell waiting to be hanged’ 14) Worldwide Appeals: Write for Rights December 2013; Belarus: Pavel Selyun sentenced to death; Sri Lanka: Justice for murdered students: Ragihar Manoharan; Ethiopia: Human rights work blocked: Human Rights Council (HRCO); Iran: Prisoner of conscience serving 10 years: Sayed Ziaoddin Nabavai; Iraq: Tortured and sentenced to death: Ahmad ‘Amr ‘Abd al-Qadir Muhammad; Dominican Republic: Fate remains unknown: Juan Almonte Herrera 15) The right to a brighter future 16) Good news & updates: Compensation for Bhupendra; Beatriz thanks supporters after receiving lifesaving medical treatment

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