Sep 08 2004 12:00 am
Human Rights in North Korea: Amnesty International Media Briefing
Overview Amnesty International has monitored the human rights situation in North Korea for many years; we have received reports of torture, executions, and the denial of fundamental rights such as the...
Sep 06 2004 12:00 am
Honduras: Killing of Children's rights continues with impunity
Sara Sauceda Flores’ son, 16 year-old Darwin, was arrested and beaten by a police officer in February 2002, held for two days and released. One day later his body was found with signs that he had be...
Sep 03 2004 12:00 am
Sudan: UN Security Council must challenge sudanese government on continuing human rights abuses in Darfur
Amnesty International said: “Strengthening the numbers, capacity and resources of international human rights monitoring in Darfur is vital but not enough. It is clear that monitors cannot work adequ...
Sep 02 2004 12:00 am
Malaysia: Amnesty International welcomes release of Anwar Ibrahim and Sukma Darmawan
Amnesty International said: “The release of Anwar Ibrahim and Sukma Darmawan is a welcome and important milestone for human rights and the rule of law in Malaysia. “The courts have recognised that...