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Alert Update: Slovakia - Court Decides to Suspend Extradition of Mustapha Labsi to Algeria

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Slovakia's Constitutional Court decided to suspend extradition of Mustapha Labsi to Algeria on 13 March 2008.

URGENT ALERT: BAHRAIN – Detained Human Rights Activists To Appear in Court on Monday

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Detained human rights activists in Bahrian to appear in court on 17 March 2008.

Forwarded Alert: Farid Hilali Suffering in Spain 10th March 2008

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After extradition, Farid Hilali is being held in solitary confinement, without access to his legal papers required to prepare his defence.

What's New at www.ihrc.org.uk?

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In this 'What's New' a series of Alerts outlining recent human rights issues in Spain, Nigeria and Egypt. Press Releases on issues relating to Trinidad and Tobago and Bahrain as well as a briefing on the young Uyghur Women forced into labour.

Alert Update: Nigeria – 16 of the 127 Detainees Have Been Released in Sokoto

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16 of the 127 detained members of Shia group in Sokoto, held for past six months, have been granted bail by Federal High Court in Sokoto.

Alert Update: Prisoners of Faith Campaign (Egypt) – Muslim Brotherhood Trial Verdict Expected Soon

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Muslim Brotherhood trial verdict delayed in the wake of upcoming local council elections to be held in April 2008.

Alert Update: Prisoners of Faith Campaign (Egypt) – Muslim Brotherhood Trial Verdict Expected This Week

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Verdict expected in Muslim Brotherhood trial to be held this week. IHRC requests campaigners to email/fax letters and urge for members\' release.

What's New at www.ihrc.org.uk?

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In this 'What's New' a series of Alerts outlining recent human rights issues in Slovakia, Bahrain and Egypt. Press Releases on the ruling on the “freedom of thought” issue and the Archbishop of Canterbury's remarks. World Chechnya Day this weekend.

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