Amnesty International News, September 1994. Vol.24, No.9.
1. South Africa: Renewed violence brings despair to the families of KwaZulu-Natal; 2. United Kingdom: Deportees suffer ill-treatment by security officers; 3. Iran: Three prominent Christians found dead; 4. Austria: Foreign nationals ill-treated by police and prison officers; 5. Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi begins sixth year as prisoner of conscience; 6. Cote d'Ivoire: Freedom of expression threatened; 7. Colombia: AI's campaign provokes national human rights debate; 8. Morocco: Prisoners walk free; 9. Equatorial Guinea: Repression and impunity continue; 10. Haiti: Photograph of asylum-seekers; 11. Iraq: Criminal court passes first amputation sentences; 12. Bangladesh: Writers charged with blasphemy; 13. Worldwide appeals on prisoners in Peru, Bhutan and Ukraine; 14. Focus - The courage to fight on: interviews with Kashmir Singh and Myroslav Marynovych.
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