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1448/187 AFR 44/34/95 Nigeria: Amnesty International is seriously concerned about the fate of 17 other Ogoni activists
1448/188 AFR 44/35/95 Nigeria: Amnesty International calls on the UN General Assembly to adopt a resolution on the human rights situation
1448/189 AFR 44/36/95 Nigeria: Further information on death in detention /health concern /legal concern and new concern: fear of execution after unfair trial: at least 17 supporters of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) detained since mid-1994 and four other prisoners arrested in October 1995
1448/190 AFR 44/37/95 Nigeria: Additional background information for current Amnesty International approaches to governments and foreign companies
1448/191 AFR 44/38/95 Nigeria: Further information on rapid response action
1448/192 AFR 44/39/95 Nigeria: Further information on: death in detention /health concern /legal concern /fear of execution after unfair trial
1448/193 AFR 44/40/95 Nigeria: Amnesty International urges the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights to adopt concrete measures
1448/194 AFR 44/41/95 Nigeria: Option for action files on prisoners of conscience convicted in 1995 secret treason trials
1448/195 AFR 44/42/95 Nigeria: Option for action files on possible prisoners of conscience convicted in 1995 secret treason trials
1448/196 AFR 44/43/95 Nigeria: Further information on rapid response action
1448/197 AFR 46/01/95 Zimbabwe: Government authorities
1448/198 AFR 46/02/95 Zimbabwe: Amnesty International criticizes Zimbabwe government's action to prevent gay and lesbian group from participating in International Book Fair in Harare
1448/199 AFR 47/01/95 Rwanda: Amnesty International strategy on Rwanda
1448/200 AFR 47/02/95 Rwanda: Government authorities
1448/201 AFR 47/03/95 Rwanda: Crying out for justice: cases for appeals
1448/202 AFR 47/04/95 Rwanda: Appeals cases: order form for photographs
1448/203 AFR 47/05/95 Rwanda: Crying out for justice
1448/204 AFR 47/06/95 Rwanda: Crying out for justice: special action for 6 April 1995
1448/205 AFR 47/07/95 Rwanda: Those accused of last year's mass killings should get a fair trial
1448/206 AFR 47/08/95 Rwanda: Internal note to press officers
1448/207 AFR 47/09/95 Rwanda: Independent forensic inquiry and urgent protection needed for internally displaced persons following the massacre of several thousands
1448/208 AFR 47/10/95 Rwanda: death penalty: Captain David Rwapapa, Second Lieutenant Innocent Ngoga
1448/209 AFR 47/11/95 Rwanda: Mixed reaction to publication of Kibeho killings inquiry
1448/210 AFR 47/12/95 Rwanda: Tribunal assistance welcomed but much more needed
1448/211 AFR 47/13/95 Rwanda: Stop arms flow to perpetrators of genocide
1448/212 AFR 47/14/95 Rwanda: Fear of further deaths in custody: thousands held in appalling conditions in Gitarama Prison
1448/213 AFR 47/15/95 Rwanda: The death penalty is not justice
1448/214 AFR 47/16/95 Rwanda: Fear of further political killings: Placide Koloni, administrator of Ruhango sub-prefecture; Immaculee Nyirambibi, his wife; Marie-Claire Umutoniwase, his daughter; Caline Uwamahoro, his daughter; Seraphine Murekatete, his servant; Pie Ntahobali, Roman Catholic Priest; Oreste Habinshuti, former administrator Gikongoro sub-prefecture
1448/215 AFR 47/17/95 Rwanda: Arms supplies must not contribute to further human rights violations
1448/216 AFR 47/18/95 Rwanda: Human rights may be the main casualty of tensions in the Rwandese government
1448/217 AFR 47/19/95 Rwanda: Amnesty International calls for tough action to prevent further killings by the Rwandese army
1448/218 AFR 47/20/95 Rwanda: Government authorities - members of the cabinet
1448/219 AFR 47/21/95 Rwanda: Further information on death penalty: Captain David Rwapapa, Second Lieutenant Innocent Ngoga
1448/220 AFR 47/22/95 Rwanda: Preventative action on the death penalty, December 1995
1448/221 AFR 47/23/95 Rwanda: Fear for safety: Jean Rubaduka, magistrate and human rights activist; Abbe Andre Sibomana, acting bishop and human rights activist and other human rights activists
1448/222 AFR 47/24/95 Rwanda: Amnesty International reminds the international community of UNAMIR's vital work for human rights in Rwanda
1448/223 AFR 47/25/95 Rwanda: Further information on fear for safety and new concern: "disappearance": Jean Rubaduka, Abbe Andre Sibomana; and new name: Jean-Baptiste Barambirwa
1448/224 AFR 47/26/95 Rwanda: Indictments leave tens of thousands more awaiting trial
1448/225 AFR 47/27/95 Rwanda: Further information on fear for safety /"disappearance"
1448/226 AFR 47/28/95 Rwanda: Further information on death penalty
1448/227 AFR 49/01/95 Senegal: Comments by Amnesty International on the second periodic report submitted to the United Nations Committee against Torture
AFR 49/02/95 * NUMBER CANCELLED *
1448/228 AFR 49/03/95 Senegal: Widespread use of torture continues to be tolerated by the authorities
1448/229 AFR 51/01/95 Sierra Leone: Death penalty: Lieutenant-Colonel Chernor M Deen
1448/230 AFR 51/02/95 Sierra Leone: Rapid response action: widespread human rights violations as fighting escalates
1448/231 AFR 51/03/95 Sierra Leone: Abductions of civilians by rebel forces
1448/232 AFR 51/04/95 Sierra Leone: Further information on abduction of civilians by rebel forces
1448/233 AFR 51/05/95 Sierra Leone: Human rights abuses in a war against civilians
1448/234 AFR 51/06/95 Sierra Leone: Amnesty International calls for an end to human rights abuses in a war against civilians
1448/235 AFR 51/07/95 Sierra Leone: Order form for photographs
1448/236 AFR 51/08/95 Sierra Leone: Fear of death sentences and executions: Lieutenant James Conteh, Captain Abu Bakarr Kamara, Major Matthew Kamara, Captain Alie Badara Koroma, Lieutenant Sahr Panda, Lieutenant Patrick Samura, Lieutenant Ina Sanu
1448/237 AFR 51/09/95 Sierra Leone: Further information on fear of death sentences and executions: Lieutenant James Conteh, Captain Abu Bakarr Kamara, Major Matthew Kamara, Captain Alie Badara Koroma, Lieutenant Sahr Panda, Lieutenant Patrick Samura, Lieutenant Ina Sanu and also: Lieutenant Kanja Sandy
1448/238 AFR 51/10/95 Sierra Leone: Death penalty /legal concern: three soldiers sentenced to death
1448/239 AFR 52/01/95 Somalia: Amnesty International appeals to General Aideed for release of detained journalist (Ali Mussa Abdi)
1448/240 AFR 52/02/95 Somalia: Country Coordinators' Action: Human rights promotion
1448/241 AFR 52/03/95 Somalia: Building human rights in the disintegrated state
1448/242 AFR 53/01/95 South Africa: Government authorities list
1448/243 AFR 53/02/95 South Africa: Further information on death threats /extrajudicial executions: Beauty Mkhize, Yunus Cajee
AFR 53/03/95 * NUMBER CANCELLED *
1448/244 AFR 53/04/95 South Africa: Fear of extrajudicial execution: Bheki Ntuli, "JJ" (Davidson Jabulani) Ntuli, his brother, and other residents of the KwaMsane-Mtubatuba area, Northern KwaZulu-Natal
1448/245 AFR 53/05/95 South Africa: Further information on fear of extrajudicial execution: Bheki Ntuli, "JJ" (Davidson Jabulani) Ntuli, his brother, and other residents of the KwaMsane-Mtubatuba area, Northern KwaZulu-Natal
1448/246 AFR 53/06/95 South Africa: Further information on death threats /extrajudicial executions: Beauty Mkhize, Yunus Cajee
1448/247 AFR 53/07/95 South Africa: Fear for safety: Mrs Josephinah Msweli (aged 63), her grandchildren, Sonny (aged 6) and Mmeli (aged 9), and other members of the Msweli family
1448/248 AFR 53/08/95 South Africa: Further information on fear of extrajudicial execution: Bheki Ntuli, "JJ" (Davidson Jabulani) Ntuli, his brother, and other residents of the KwaMsane-Mtubatuba area, Northern KwaZulu-Natal
1448/249 AFR 53/09/95 South Africa: In the wake of historic court ruling, government should remove death penalty from statute books
1448/250 AFR 53/10/95 South Africa: Amnesty International supports call for public role in Truth Commission appointments
AFR 53/11/95 * NUMBER CANCELLED *
1448/251 AFR 53/12/95 South Africa: News advisory: Amnesty International visit
1448/252 AFR 53/13/95 South Africa: Amnesty International delegation in South Africa issues call for urgent steps to end killings in Kwazulu Natal
1448/253 AFR 53/14/95 South Africa: Amnesty International calls on the government to put pressure on Nigeria
1448/254 AFR 53/15/95 South Africa: Address by Pierre Sane, Secretary-General; Transvaal Northern Technikon, Shoshanguve, South Africa
1448/255 AFR 53/16/95 South Africa: Amnesty International media advisory: public events planned in Cape Town, 11 to 14 November
1448/256 AFR 53/17/95 South Africa: Reforms promise solid foundation for a new society based on human rights but questions remain on other issues

1448/257 AFR 53/18/95 South Africa's foreign policy: expections and obligations: speech delivered by Pierre Sane at the University of the Western Cape, Cape Town


1448/258 AFR 53/19/95 South Africa: Fear for the safety of residents of KwaMsane-Mtubatuba area, KwaZulu Natal, including members of the family of Bheki Ntuli and Reynold Ngubane
1448/259 AFR 54/01/95 Sudan: What future for human rights: an Amnesty International briefing
1448/261 AFR 54/02/95 Sudan: "The tears of orphans": no future without human rights
1448/262 AFR 54/04/95 Sudan Campaign: Mailing of AI materials to NGOs in countries without AI Sections
1448/263 AFR 54/05/95 Sudan campaign: questions and answers
1448/264 AFR 54/06/95 Sudan campaign: Internal briefing on AI's proposal for human rights monitors in Sudan
1448/265 AFR 54/07/95 Sudan: Fear of torture: Tobias Atede, Louis Gore, Christopher Gore, Richard Roman, Luke Subek, Dr Venusto and eight other civil servants
1448/266 AFR 54/08/95 Sudan Campaign 25 January - end July 1995: update circular no 1
1448/267 AFR 54/09/95 Sudan: Death threats /torture /fear of torture: Widad Hassan Ali Karrar, Samira Hassan Ali Karrar, Alia Hassan Ali Karrar, Mahasin (family name not known, wife of Bashir El Tayid), Souad Abdelrahim, Awadis Mirgani and 22 other members of the families of 28 army officers executed on 24 April 1990 after an unfair trial
1448/268 AFR 54/10/95 Sudan: Further information on death threats /torture /fear of torture and new concern: fear of "disappearance": Widad Hassan Ali Karrar, Samira Hassan Ali Karrar, Alia Hassan Ali Karrar, Mahasin (family name not known, wife of Bashir El Tayid), Souad Abdelrahim, Awadis Mirgani and 22 other members of the families of 28 army officers executed on 24 April 1990 after an unfair trial; and new name: Kamal Abualgasim
1448/269 AFR 54/11/95 Sudan: Revised government authorities list
1448/270 AFR 54/12/95 Sudan campaign 25 January - end July 1995: Update circular no 2
1448/271 AFR 54/13/95 Sudan: Prisoner of conscience: Gordon Micah Kur
1448/272 AFR 54/14/95 Sudan: Further information on death threats /torture /fear of torture /fear of "disappearance": Widad Hassan Ali Karrar, Samira Hassan Ali Karrar, Alia Hassan Ali Karrar, Mahasin (family name not known, wife of Bashir El Tayid), Souad Abdelrahim, Awadis Mirgani, Kamal Abualgasim and 22 other members of the families of 28 army officers executed on 24 April 1990 after an unfair trial
1448/273 AFR 54/15/95 Sudan: Fear of torture /possible prisoner of conscience: Sadiq al-Mahdi
1448/274 AFR 54/16/95 Sudan: Fear of torture /possible prisoner of conscience: Sara Nugdallah, university lecturer and women's activist
1448/275 AFR 54/17/95 Sudan: Fear of torture /possible prisoner of conscience: Hassan Hussein, football coach, Abdallah Musa, trade unionist, Mahjoub al-Zubeir, trade unionist, Ali al-Khattib, trade unionist, Haj Musa 'Abd al-Rahim, trade unionist, Moatissim Siam, engineer, Sulieman Khalaf Allah, engineer, Khalil Osman Khalil, businessman, Galal Ismail, businessman, Abdul Rahman al-Amin, manager, Imad Ali Dahab, hotel manager, Said Ashakir, teacher; Faqiri Abdallah, Abdul Azim Abdullah, Mahir Mekki (employees Sudan Ports Corporation)
1448/276 AFR 54/18/95 Sudan: Fear of torture /possible prisoners of conscience: Fadlalla Burma Nasir, former cabinet minister, Ali al-Omda Abdel Magid, former member of parliament, Abdel Nabi Ali Ahmad, former governor of Darfur, Tebira Idris Habani, former member of parliament, Ali Hassan Taj al-Din, former member of State Supreme Council, Abu Bakr Abdel Magid al-Amir, secretary to former Prime Minister, Hussein Adam Salama, former secretary of the Umma Party headquarters, Abdel Mahmud Abu, imam of the Ansar religious order, Tirab Tendal, prominent member of the Ansar religious order, Sheik Abdallah Ishaq, imam of the al-Mahdi mosque, Ahmad Musa
1448/277 AFR 54/19/95 Sudan: Waves of arrests mark new clampdown on government critics
1448/278 AFR 54/20/95 Sudan: Fear of torture: Hashim Mohamed Zeyada, medical doctor
1448/279 AFR 54/21/95 Sudan: Women's human rights: an action report
1448/280 AFR 54/22/95 Sudan: Further information on fear of torture /possible prisoner of conscience: Sara Nugdallah, university lecturer and women's activist
1448/281 AFR 54/23/95 Sudan: Further information on fear of torture /possible prisoner of conscience: Sadiq al-Mahdi
1448/282 AFR 54/24/95 Sudan: Further information on fear of torture /possible prisoners of conscience: Fadlalla Burma Nasir, former cabinet minister, Ali al-Omda Abdel Magid, former member of parliament, Abdel Nabi Ali Ahmad, former governor of Darfur, Tebira Idris Habani, former member of parliament, Ali Hassan Taj al-Din, former member of State Supreme Council, Abu Bakr Abdel Magid al-Amir, secretary to former Prime Minister, Hussein Adam Salama, former secretary of the Umma Party headquarters, Abdel Mahmud Abu, imam of the Ansar religious order, Tirab Tendal, prominent member of the Ansar religious order, Sheik Abdallah Ishaq, imam of the al-Mahdi mosque, Ahmad Musa
1448/283 AFR 54/25/95 Sudan: Further information on fear of torture /possible prisoner of conscience: Hassan Hussein, football coach, Abdallah Musa, trade unionist, Mahjoub al-Zubeir, trade unionist, Ali al-Khattib, trade unionist, Haj Musa 'Abd al-Rahim, trade unionist, Moatissim Siam, engineer, Sulieman Khalaf Allah, engineer, Khalil Osman Khalil, businessman, Galal Ismail, businessman, Abdul Rahman al-Amin, manager, Imad Ali Dahab, hotel manager, Said Ashakir, teacher; Faqiri Abdallah, Abdul Azim Abdullah, Mahir Mekki (employees Sudan Ports Corporation)
1448/284 AFR 54/26/95 Sudan: Further information on fear of torture: Hashim Mohamed Zeyada, medical doctor
1448/285 AFR 54/27/95 Sudan: Crackdown on basic freedoms: Ahmed Abdalla Akood, former ministry official and businessman
1448/286 AFR 54/28/95 Sudan and human rights monitors: United Nations General Assembly Action, Autumn 1995: combined EAFRAN and group level action
1448/287 AFR 54/29/95 Sudan: Monitoring human rights violations
1448/288 AFR 54/30/95 Sudan: Addresses for letter writing to Sudan (updated 27 September 1995)
1448/289 AFR 54/31/95 Sudan: Prisoners of conscience /fear of torture: Mustapha Abdel Gadir, lawyer, Mohamed Ali al-Sayid, lawyer, Bushra Abdel Karim, lawyer
1448/290 AFR 54/32/95 Sudan: Fears for safety of prisoners in security clampdown
1448/291 AFR 54/33/95 Sudan: Possible prisoners of conscience /fear of torture: Abdel Bagi Mandela, student, Ibrahim Fateh al-Rahman, agriculturalist, Mudathir 'Abd al-Rasikh, student, Muhi al-Din al-Galad, engineer, 'Abd al-Rahman Ali al-Bashir, student, Adlan Ahmad Abdelaziz, teacher, Awad Bashir, arts graduate, Mohaid Mohamed Ahmad Siddiq, postgraduate student, Lenin al-Tayib, graduate, Mohamed al-Mustapha, graduate, Muataz Abdallah, student, Yasir Mohamed Ali, student, Tariq Yousif, student, Usama Siddiq Yousif, student, Mohamed al-Sadiq, graduate and 7 others
1448/292 AFR 54/34/95 Sudan: Possible prisoners of conscience /fear of torture: Mohamed Abdel Karim, Sudanese Islamic cleric, 'Abd al-Fattah Sami Ahmad, Egyptian national, 'Abd al-Aziz, Tunisian national, Adam (other names unknown), Algerian national, Issam (other names unknown), Algerian national
1448/293 AFR 54/35/95 Sudan: Prisoners of conscience /fear of torture: Kamal al-Gizouli, lawyer and poet, al-Bagir Hassab al-Rasoul, lawyer, Abdallah Meshawi, lawyer, Siddiq Yousif, retired engineer and trade unionist
1448/294 AFR 54/36/95 Sudan: Release of Abd al-Rahman Abdallah Nugdulla, featured in Sudan Campaign appeals case
1448/295 AFR 54/37/95 Sudan: Further information on fear of torture /possible prisoner of conscience: Sadiq al-Mahdi

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1448/296 AFR 54/39/95 Sudan: Prisoners of conscience /fear or torture: Mohamed Ibrahim Abdu (known as Kabaj), businessman, Saudi Darraj, trade unionist, Ali al-Mahi al-Sakhi, trade unionist, Ahmad Osman, trade unionist, Atif Haroun, accountant, Kamal 'Abd al-Karim Mirghani, economist, Yahya Mukwar, doctor, Awad Gibreel, graduate
1449/1 AFR 55/01/95 Swaziland: Fear for safety: Jan Sithole, trade union leader
1449/2 AFR 56/01/95 Tanzania /Burundi /Rwanda: refoulement /fear of extrajudicial execution
1449/3 AFR 56/02/95 Tanzania /Burundi /Rwanda: Further information on refoulement /fear of extrajudicial execution
1449/4 AFR 57/01/95 Togo: Legal concern /medical concern /fear of torture: Alexandre Adecambi, hotel manager, Claude Amouzou, Tchao Kodjo Ange Maboudou, businessman, Wilson Adje, restaurant manager, Lambert Koffi, hotel manager, Epiphane Kavegue, radio engineer, Pierre Bakela, soldier and up to five others
1449/5 AFR 57/02/95 Togo: Further information on legal concern /medical concern /fear of torture: Alexandre Adecambi, hotel manager, Claude Amouzou, Tchao Kodjo Ange Maboudou, businessman, Wilson Adje, restaurant manager, Lambert Koffi, hotel manager, Epiphane Kavegue, radio engineer, Pierre Bakela, soldier and up to five others
1449/6 *FILMING ERROR*
1449/7 AFR 60/01/95 Burkina Faso: Possible extrajudicial executions: Blaise Sidiani, Emile Zigani
1449/8 AFR 60/02/95 Burkina Faso: Further information on possible extrajudicial executions: Blaise Sidiani, Emile Zigani
1449/9 AFR 60/03/95 Burkina Faso: Killings by the security forces in Po
1449/10 AFR 60/04/95 Burkina Faso: Killings by the security forces in Po
1449/11 AFR 62/01/95 Zaire: Medical concern: Ill-treatment of prisoners in Lubumbashi
1449/12 AFR 62/02/95 Zaire: Human rights activists under threat
1449/13 AFR 62/03/95 Zaire: Nine demonstrators killed
1449/14 AFR 62/04/95 Zaire: Leader of opposition party released
1449/15 AFR 62/05/95 Zaire: Rapid response action on forced expulsion of Rwandese and Burundi refugees by Zairian security forces
1449/16 AFR 62/06/95 Zaire: Amnesty International condemns refoulement of Rwandese and Burundi refugees in open letter to Zairian prime minister
1449/17 AFR 62/07/95 Zaire: Update to the rapid response action on forced expulsion of Rwandese and Burundi refugees by Zairian security forces

1449/18 AFR 62/08/95 Zaire: Update no 2 to the rapid response action on forced expulsion of Rwandese and Burundi refugees by Zairian security forces


1449/19 AFR 62/09/95 Zaire: Arbitrary detention /fear of ill-treatment: Batabiha Bushoki, Prosper Kakoy, Maitre Live Rive Paluku
1449/20 AFR 62/10/95 Zaire: Further information on arbitrary detention /fear of ill-treatment: Batabiha Bushoki, Prosper Kakoy, Maitre Live Rive Paluku


1449/21 AMR 01/01/95 Group of Rio meeting, Paris, 17 March 1995
1449/22 AMR 05/01/95 English speaking Caribbean: the death penalty
1449/23 AMR 12/01/95 Netherlands Antilles: Comments by Amnesty International on the Second Periodic Report submitted to the United Nations Committee against Torture
1449/24 AMR 13/01/95 Argentina: death threats: Maria Alejandra Bonafini
1449/25 AMR 13/02/95 Argentina: Further information on death threats: Maria Alejandra Bonafini
1449/26 AMR 13/03/95 Argentina: The right to the full truth
1449/27 AMR 13/04/95 Argentina: The right to tell the full truth: recommended actions
1449/28 AMR 13/05/95 Argentina: Further information on death in custody /death threats and new concern: fear for safety: Diego Rodriguez Laguens, Dr Federico Alfredo Huber (note corrected spelling), Mabel Cristina Laguens de Rodriguez, Felipe Rodriguez Laguens
1449/29 AMR 14/01/95 Bahamas: Government authorities list
1449/30 AMR 14/02/95 Bahamas: death penalty: Trevor Nixon
1449/31 AMR 14/03/95 Bahamas: Further information on death penalty: Trevor Nixon
1449/32 AMR 14/04/95 Bahamas: Further information on death penalty: Trevor Nixon
1449/33 AMR 14/05/95 Bahamas: Update to government authorities list
1449/34 AMR 14/06/95 Bahamas: death penalty: Thomas Reckley
1449/35 AMR 14/07/95 Bahamas: Further information on death penalty: Thomas Reckley
1449/36 AMR 14/08/95 Bahamas: flogging: Leavon Williamson, Melvin Saunders
1449/37 AMR 14/09/95 Bahamas: Second update to government authorities list
1449/38 AMR 14/10/95 Bahamas: medical concern: corporal punishment
1449/39 AMR 14/11/95 Bahamas: Third update to government authorities list
1449/40 AMR 16/01/95 Belize: Government authorities
1449/41 AMR 17/01/95 Bermuda: death penalty: Rudolph Leroy West (includes correction)
1449/42 AMR 17/02/95 Bermuda: Government authorities list
1449/43 AMR 17/03/95 Bermuda: Further information on death penalty: Rudolph Leroy West
1449/44 AMR 18/01/95 Bolivia: fear of ill-treatment /legal concern: Oscar Salas, Evo Morales, David Olivares, Roberto Pancorbo, Antonio Moreno Vargas, Augusta Tejada Huallpa, Eliseo Condori, Genaro Cahuana Serna, Hugo Cabieses, Ricardo Soberon, Roger Rumrrill, Alberto Quintanilla, Baldomero Caceres, Guido Gonzalez, and many others (names unknown)
1449/45 AMR 18/02/95 Bolivia: Further information on fear of ill-treatment /legal concern /health concern: David Olivares, Roberto Pancorbo, Rafael Puente Calvo, Ruben Cortes, Jesus Javari, Victor Flores Alvarez, Marcelo Gonzalez Barrios, Eduardo Panoso, Carlos Camargo and many others (names unknown); health concern (in internal exile): Oscar Salas, Miguel Humerez, Hugo Campos, Juvenal Garavito; Bolivian nationals arrested in Copacabana, held in La Paz: Evo Morales, Modesto Condori Guiza, Crisologo Mendoza Arias, Miguel Calizaya, Sabino Arroyo Gonzalez, Secundino Montevilla, Juan Bautista Torres Quispe, Maruja Machaca, Dante Lorini; Peruvian nationals (released): Antonio Moreno Vargas, Augusta Tejada Huallpa, Eliseo Condori, Genaro Cahuana Serna, Hugo Cabieses, Ricardo Soberon, Roger Rumrrill, Alberto Quintanilla, Baldomero Caceres, Guido Gonzalez
1449/46 AMR 18/03/95 Bolivia: Amnesty International appeals on behalf of hundreds detained under state of siege legislation
1449/47 AMR 18/04/95 Bolivia: Further information on fear of ill-treatment /legal concern /health concern: David Olivares, Roberto Pancorbo, Rafael Puente Calvo, Ruben Cortes, Jesus Javari, Victor Flores Alvarez, Marcelo Gonzalez Barrios, Eduardo Panoso, Carlos Camargo and many others (names unknown); health concern (in internal exile): Oscar Salas, Miguel Humerez, Hugo Campos, Juvenal Garavito; Bolivian nationals arrested in Copacabana, held in La Paz: Evo Morales, Modesto Condori Guiza, Crisologo Mendoza Arias, Miguel Calizaya, Sabino Arroyo Gonzalez, Secundino Montevilla, Juan Bautista Torres Quispe, Maruja Machaca, Dante Lorini
1449/48 AMR 18/05/95 Bolivia: fear for safety: Evo Morales, Nestor Bravo, Flores Vargas Victor, Marca Lamas Felipe and at least 50 other union or community leaders
1449/49 AMR 18/06/95 Bolivia: Further information on fear for safety: Evo Morales, Nestor Bravo, Flores Vargas Victor, Marca Lamas Felipe and at least 50 other union or community leaders
1449/50 AMR 18/07/95 Bolivia: Fear of torture: David Herrera, Representative of Permanent Assembly for Human Rights (APDH) and Coca-leaf Growers' leader; Vicente Vigabriel, Cancio Nina Ramirez, Marcial Alave, members of peasant unions at Parque Isiboro Secure; Osvaldo Mamani, Nemesio Montano, Jose Claros, Fausto Montano, Anselmo Cerezo, Jose Menezes Vigamonte, Rene Ramirez, Martin Villamontes, members of community and peasant unions in the Chapare area, and several others whose names are unknown
1449/51 AMR 18/08/95 Bolivia: Government authorities list
1449/52 AMR 18/09/95 Bolivia: Further information on fear of torture and new health concern: Still detained: David Herrera, Representative of Permanent Assembly for Human Rights and Coca-leaf Growers' leader, Vicente Vigabriel, Cancio Nina Ramirez, Marcial Alavi (note corrected spelling) (members of peasant unions at Parque Isiboro Secure); Osvaldo Mamani, Nemesio Montano; and new names: Estanislau Chile, Francisco Vallejo, Guillermo Fuentes Gutierrez (peasants, Chapare area); Released: Jose Claros, Faustino Montano (note correct spelling), Anselmo Cerezo, Jose Menezes Villamor (note correct spelling), Rene Ramirez, Martin Villamontes
1449/53 AMR 18/10/95 Bolivia: Further information on fear of torture /health concern: David Herrera, Representative of Permanent Assembly for Human Rights and Coca-leaf Growers' leader, Vicente Vigabriel, Cancio Nina Ramirez, Marcial Alavi (members of peasant unions at Parque Isiboro Secure); Osvaldo Mamani, Nemesio Montano, Estanislau Chile, Francisco Vallejo, Guillermo Fuentes Gutierrez (peasants, Chapare area)
1449/54 AMR 18/11/95 Bolivia: fear of torture /"disappearance" /legal concern: Quintin Vargas, Delfin Olivera, Esteban Quispe, Teodocio Romero
1449/55 AMR 18/12/95 Bolivia: Amnesty International condemns deaths and human rights violations during anti-drug operations
1449/56 AMR 18/13/95 Bolivia: Further information on fear of torture /health concern: David Herrera, Vicente Vigabriel, Cancio Nina Ramirez, Marcial Alavi, Osvaldo Mamani, Nemesio Montano, Estanislao Chile, Francisco Vallejo, Guillermo Fuentes Gutierrez
1449/57 AMR 18/14/95 Bolivia: Further information on fear of torture /"disappearance" /legal concern: Quintin Vargas, Delfin Olivera, Esteban Quispe, Teodocio Romero
1449/58 AMR 18/15/95 Bolivia: fear of ill-treatment /legal concern: 45 peasant women and three children
1449/59 AMR 19/01/95 Brazil: ill-treatment /fear for safety: Adao Soares, Joao Andre and other members of the Macuxi indigenous community
1449/60 AMR 19/02/95 Brazil: Further information on fear for safety: Wagner dos Santos
1449/61 AMR 19/03/95 Brazil: "disappearance": Marco Antonio Rufino da Cruz
1449/62 AMR 19/04/95 Brazil: Further information on fear for safety: Wagner dos Santos
1449/63 AMR 19/05/95 Brazil: "disappearance": Alexander Santos Cunha, Jose Francisco do Rosario Filho
1449/64 AMR 19/06/95 Brazil: Further information on "disappearance" and new concern: death threats: Marco Antonio Rufino da Cruz; and new names: Bartolomeu Homem D'El-Rei Pinto, Rutonio Jorge de Sant'Anna, Solange (family name unknown)
1449/65 AMR 19/07/95 Brazil: Following controversy over military attache in London, Amnesty International passes copies of torture testimonies to President Cardoso
AMR 19/08/95


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