Arbitrary detention

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18 April 2001

Groups Highlight Global Human Costs of U.S. Fossil Fuel Dependence

Author: Earth Day Network, Sierra Club and Amnesty International USA

Current Bush Administration Energy Policy Endangers Rights and Environment

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30 March 2001

Turkish Environmentalist Jailed

Author: Jon Gorvett, Environment News Service

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28 March 2001

Arrests, Intimidation confirm human rights abuses at Three Gorges Dam: U.S. firm Morgan Stanley urged to cease financing of Yangtze mega project

Author: International Rivers Network

A recent report by Chinese journalist Wang Yusheng details how five representatives from a town slated to be submerged by Three Gorges Dam have been arrested for organizing petitions protesting corruption in the resettlement program. IRN has written...

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21 March 2001

The Amungme, Kamoro & Freeport [West Papua]

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16 March 2001

Labor Organizer in China Jailed for Fighting for Workers' Rights

Author: Agence France Press

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18 December 2000

Chinese union activist sent to mental hospital

Author: John Gittings, Guardian [UK]

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17 October 2000

U.N. expert says human rights situation in Myanmar deteriorating

Author: AP

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1 May 2000

Saudi Arabia -- Asian workers continue to suffer behind closed doors

Author: Amnesty International

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1 May 2000

The 88th International Labour Conference: Amnesty International's concerns relevant to the Committee on Application of Standards

Author: Amnesty International

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1 May 2000

The 88th International Labour Conference: Amnesty International's concerns relevant to the Committee on Application of Standards

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