Fear of torture or ill-treatment

Urgent action (bad news): Slovakia. Anzor Chentiev extradited to Russia

Further information on UA: 146/14 Index: EUR 72/005/2014 Issue Date: 11 July 2014

Ethnic Chechen Anzor Chentiev, who was seeking asylum in Slovakia, has been extradited to Russia, where he might be at risk of torture and unfair trial.

The Slovak Ministry of Interior has confirmed that Anzor Chentiev was extradited to Russia on 6 July, as requested by the Russian Federation, approved by the Slovak Ministry of Justice. This is despite the fact that Anzor Chentiev had re-applied for asylum in Slovakia on 3 June. [ Lire la suite » ]

Urgent action (follow-up): Indonesia. Prisoners of conscience Johan Teterissa and Johni Sinay, at risk of torture

Further information on UA: 237/12 Index: ASA 21/002/2014 Issue Date: 9 January 2014

PLEASE SEND APPEALS BEFORE 20 FEBRUARY 2014.
Please check with your section office if sending appeals after the above date.

Malukan prisoners of conscience, Johan Teterissa and Johni Sinay, have been ill-treated by security personnel in Batu prison, Central Java. Both men are now at risk of further ill-treatment. [ Lire la suite » ]

Urgent action: Syria. Activist's brother, Salah al-Shogre (or al-Shogri), detained, risks torture

UA: 242/12 Index: MDE 24/072/12 Issue Date: 17 August 2012

PLEASE SEND APPEALS BEFORE 28 SEPTEMBER 2012. Please check with your section office if sending appeals after the above date.

A 17-year-old boy, Salah al-Shogre (or al-Shogri), brother of a detained activist, was arrested on 28 July in Syria and has been held incommunicado since then. His whereabouts are unknown, and he may be at risk of torture and other ill-treatment. [ Lire la suite » ]

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