Pakistan: Enduring Enforced Disappearances – Amnesty International

27 March 2019 “We are repeatedly given advice that if we stop protesting, end our activism against enforced disappearances and sit at home, our Baba will come back.” – Sasui Lohar[1], daughter of Hidayatullah Lohar, forcibly disappeared since April 17, 2017 from Nasirabad, Sindh, Pakistan. In April 2017, Hidayatullah Lohar, school teacher (headmaster), blacksmith and … Continue reading Pakistan: Enduring Enforced Disappearances – Amnesty International

Amnesty International Report 2009 – Iran

Amnesty International – 28 May 2009 The authorities maintained tight restrictions on freedom of expression, association and assembly. They cracked down on civil society activists, including women’s rights and other human rights defenders and minority rights advocates. Activists were arrested, detained and prosecuted, often in unfair trials, banned from travelling abroad, and had their meetings … Continue reading Amnesty International Report 2009 – Iran

BALOCHISTAN: VICTIMS OF REPORTED DISAPPEARANCES AND ALLEGED EXTRAJUDICIAL AND UNLAWFUL KILLINGS IN BALOCHISTAN, 24 OCTOBER 2010 – 20 FEBRUARY 2011:

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Pakistan: Upsurge in Killings in Balochistan – HRW July 13, 2011

Hold Military, Paramilitary Troops Accountable for Abuses  Print (New York) – Pakistan’s government should immediately act to end the epidemic of killings of suspected Baloch militants and opposition activists by the military, intelligence agencies, and the paramilitary Frontier Corps in the southwestern province of Balochistan, Human Rights Watch said today.  Across Balochistan since January 2011, … Continue reading Pakistan: Upsurge in Killings in Balochistan – HRW July 13, 2011

Pakistan urged to investigate murder and torture of Baloch activists

26 October 2010: The Pakistani government must investigate the torture and killings of more than 40 Baloch leaders and political activists over the past four months, Amnesty International said today. Activists, politicians and student leaders are among those who have been targeted in enforced disappearances, abductions, arbitrary arrests and cases of torture and other ill-treatment. … Continue reading Pakistan urged to investigate murder and torture of Baloch activists

Pakistan: Security Forces ‘Disappear’ Opponents in Balochistan – HRW REPORT July 28, 2011

Government Fails to Confront Military, Intelligence Agencies on Abuses (New York) – Pakistan’s government should immediately end widespread disappearances of suspected militants and activists by the military, intelligence agencies, and the paramilitary Frontier Corps in the southwestern province of Balochistan, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Several of those “disappeared” were among … Continue reading Pakistan: Security Forces ‘Disappear’ Opponents in Balochistan – HRW REPORT July 28, 2011