Apr 30 2002 12:00 am
USA: Stop discriminating against Haitian asylum-seekers

Amnesty International is also disturbed at reports that a substantial number of Haitian asylum-seekers who have shown a credible fear of persecution in Haiti have been ordered to be deported. The...

Apr 30 2002 12:00 am
UN Commission fails to uphold human rights in fight against terror

A resolution presented by Mexico called for counter-terrorist measures to be compatible with international human rights and humanitarian law. The resolution would have requested the UN High...

Apr 30 2002 12:00 am
Senegal: A unique opportunity to end years of impunity

Since President Abdoulaye Wade was elected in March 2000, the Senegalese authorities have shown signs that they are at last willing to bring those responsible for human violations to justice. 'The...

Apr 30 2002 12:00 am
Jenin: Israel must answer questions

'What we are looking at is facts and the facts are: civilians, including Children's rights, were killed; humanitarian assistance was blocked and the wounded were denied medical assistance. Extensive...

Apr 30 2002 12:00 am
Greece: Allegations of reckless use of firearms by border police

With the approach of summer, the number of Albanians seeking to enter Greece illegally is likely to increase substantially, together with the potential for further incidents to occur. The letter to...

Apr 29 2002 12:00 am
Pakistan: Cycle of sectarian violence demands government action

'The authorities must condemn the attack, find out who is responsible and make every effort to bring the perpetrators to justice. The cycle of sectarian violence will only be broken if the government...

Apr 29 2002 12:00 am
Israel/OT: Nothing to hide? Amnesty International head calls on Israel to cooperate with UN inquiry

'It is vital that the Israeli government allows the expert UN fact-finding team to commence its work, with full independence, without further delay,' said Ms Khan. 'The three members are known for...

Apr 29 2002 12:00 am
Israel/Occupied Territories/Palestinian Authority: Hebron must not be another Jenin - Tit-for-tat killings must stop

Today in Tel Aviv, Irene Khan, met relatives of Israelis killed by suicide bombers and in other attacks by Palestinian armed groups. She expressed her deep concern at the suffering of civilians on all...

Apr 29 2002 12:00 am
Hong Kong: Police must exercise restraint in handling protesters

It was reported that about 300 police officers and over 50 immigration officers sealed all the exits and charged into the gardens to clear 100 - 200 protesters. The protesters had been peacefully...

Apr 26 2002 12:00 am
Zimbabwe: Amnesty International regrets inaction by United Nations Commission on Human Rights

'The UN Commission on Human Rights is a forum in which human rights violations should be discussed in an open and cooperative way to establish accountability and work towards ending impunity', the...