NEPAL: Police torture two juveniles to extract confession


Urgent Appeal Case : The AHRC has received information that four unidentified policemen at Dhodhari Mach, Bardiya, arrested teenagers Bijay Khadka and Govinda Malla, for theft at around 9 a.m. on 3 August 2014. They were taken to the Dhodhari Police Station in Bardiya district after their arrest, and detained there for about one and half hours. Read More...

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SOUTH KOREA: Military camps or government run torture centres?

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Statement : Out of several recent incidents concerning conscripted men, two have sparked public outrage and triggered a call for an overhaul of the conscription system in South Korea.The first case concerns Mr. Lim, a young conscript, who turned his gun on his fellow conscripts and opened fire on 21 June 2014. As a result, five men were killed and seven injured. After the incident, Mr. Lim deserted his barracks and attempted suicide. He survived and was arrested. Read More...

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THAILAND: Arbitrary detention and threats to human rights defenders and their families


Thanthawut Taweewarodomkul.The source is Khao Sod

Open Letter : Under the terms of martial law, which were put in place two days prior to the coup, soldiers can detain and interrogate anyone for up to seven days without having to provide evidence of wrongdoing or bring formal charges. People arrested can be held at irregular places of detention, including permanent or temporary military bases or other sites designated as places of detention. Read More...

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