Wire, October/November 2011. Vol. 41, issue 05

1) The Agenda 2) Up Front: Amnesty archives support case against Haiti’s former dictator 3) No help from Europe 4) Police in the Dominican Republic: they kill, they torture and many times, they get away with it 5) From city streets to police cells, children struggle to survive in Nigeria 6) International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women: Make a stand, take action 7) Stop forced evictions 8) How to stop forced evictions 9) Time to end discrimination in Turkey 10) No quick cure for terrorism 11) The Anniversary Campaigns 12) The bloody past of the Chilean navy 13) Worldwide Appeals Updates 14) Worldwide Appeals: Azerbaijan: Student activist imprisoned: Jabbar Savalan; Indonesia: Imprisoned for raising a flag: Filep Karma; Nigeria: Thousands risk losing their homes: Port Harcourt residents; Cameroon: Student at risk of attack: Jean-Claude Roger Mbede; Saudi Arabia: trader detained without trial: Hamad al-Neyl Abu Kassawy; Sri Lanka: Students shot dead: Ragihar Manoharan 15) Post cards

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