Wire, July/August 2013. Vol. 43, issue 004

1) The Agenda 2) Up front: Learning to speak a universal language 3) Outspoken and proud 4) Brazil: A wonderful place to live 5) Guatemala’s trial of the decade 6) Tajikistan: Growing up without Dad 7) Gravestones and sunglasses: The story of a successful campaign 8) Small acts of rebellion at the United Nations 9) ‘They told me I would be free’ 10) Turkey: ‘I waged a struggle to end the spilling of blood and tears in my country’ 11) Human rights talk: ‘Pinochet is a stain on the country and on the world’ 12) Good news & updates: Turkey: Conscientious objector’s conviction overturned; Papua New Guinea: Woman accused of sorcery freed 13) Worldwide appeals: Cameroon: Student still at risk: Jean-Claude Roger Mbede; Laos: Student protesters serving long sentences: Thongpaseuth Keuakoun and Seng-Aloun Phengphanh; Mexico: Daughter of disappeared man still fighting for justice: Tita and Rosendo Radilla; Turkey: Activist’s freedom of expression violated: Sultani Acibuca; Tajikistan: Prison sentence following unfair trial: Nasim Salimzoda; USA: Serving two life sentences: Leonard Peltier 14) Celebrating 40 years of urgent actions: ‘I knew they could no longer kill me’

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