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6 September 2001

Monrovia Breaches UN Sanctions - Whilst Its Logging Industry Funds Arms Imports And RUF Rebels

Author: Global Witness

According to a report released today, the Government of Liberia continues to import armaments and to support the rebels of the Revolutionary United Front (RUF), responsible for gross human rights abuses in Sierra Leone. This support is made possible...

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1 September 2001

Amnesty USA calls on members to urge investigation & prosecution by US govt. of military contractors involved in human rights violations in Iraq & Afghanistan

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1 September 2001

CACI & L-3 face four new lawsuits in USA regarding Abu Ghraib abuses

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1 September 2001

Center for Constitutional Rights scheduled for 10 May oral argument in US federal court in case against CACI alleging torture at Abu Ghraib prison

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1 September 2001

Engility, formerly part of L-3 Communications, pays $5 million to settle lawsuit alleging torture filed by Iraqis held at Abu Ghraib prison

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1 September 2001

Environmentalists expose rampant trade in timber stolen from Indonesia's forests

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1 September 2001

Environmentalists expose rampant trade in timber stolen from Indonesia's forests

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1 September 2001

full report: Timber Trafficking: Illegal Logging in Indonesia, South East Asia and International Consumption of Illegally Sourced Timber

Author: Environmental Investigation Agency and Telapak Indonesia

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1 September 2001

Human rights anger over arms fair invitations [UK]

Author: Richard Norton-Taylor, Guardian [UK]

The government was sharply attacked yesterday for hosting a large arms fair and inviting countries with poor human rights records.

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1 September 2001

Patents and Access to Medicines: Oxfam's recent UK Parliamentary briefing on how WTO patent rules are reducing access to medicines in developing countries

Author: Oxfam

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