The Wire October 2010. Vol. 40, Issue 05

1) A daily battle for survival in Haiti 2) LiveWire: Burundi: A question of justice; Omar Khadr: Trial begins, but will it continue?; Amnesty International goes on tour with U2 3) Kenya: Improve security, ensure dignity 4) UK torture inquiry: An opportunity for real accountability? 5) 30,000 people unlawfully detained in Iraq 6) End forced evictions in Nigeria 7) Freedom of expression criminalized in Rwanda 8) Yemen: Security at what price? 9) Letter from Sri Lanka: Hard lessons to learn 10) Second class students 11) Q&A: Joseph Dunia Ruyenzi 12) Did you know? Success! Mining plans axed in India; New publication: Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, on the Millennium Development Goals 13) World Wide Appeals: Equatorial Guinea: Former members of political party: Five prisoners of conscience; Canada: Indigenous community driven into poverty: Lubicon Cree; Indonesia: No justice for murdered activist: Munir Said Thalib; Iran: Six-year sentence for journalist: Hengameh Shahidi; Ukraine: Torture allegations ignored: Aleksandr Rafalsky; Nepal: Student’s fate unknown: Sanjiv Kumar Karna

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