Amnesty International News, June 1994. Vol.24, No.6.
1. Saudi Arabia: Iraqis suffer gross violation of rights in two Saudi Arabian refugee camps; 2. Rwanda: AI condemns the slaughter of thousands; 3. Turkey: Eight Kurdish civilians killed by Turkish warplanes; 4. China: Hundreds of dead still unaccounted for five years after pro-democracy protest; 5. Tunisia: Critics detained in new repressive phase in Tunisia; 6. Bosnia-Herzegovina: People forced to flee homes after Bosnian Serb brutality; 7. Switzerland: Swiss police face allegations of ill-treatment of detainees; 8. Trinidad and Tobago: Prisoners told of execution one day before; 9. China: Garu nuns; 10. Guatemala: Human rights under new threat during a wave of political unrest and violence; 11. Sri Lanka: Article prompts response from minister; 12. Worldwide appeals on Iraq and Senegal; 13. Focus - The role of the UN: peace at what price?
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- Burkina Faso: Amnesty International calls on Burkina Faso to protect human rights defenders and end the practice of early and forced marriage
- Indonesia: Independent investigation needed for allegations of torture and unlawful killing of Yudas Gebze in Papua
- Israel/OPT: NGO worker under administrative detention: Ayman Nasser