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August 4, 1989
More than 20 million children live in bonded slavery in South Asia, half of them in India, the Anti-Slavery Society said. "This system is perpetuated in India and also in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka," society representative Kailish Satyarthi told a U.N. Human Rights Commission working group in Geneva.
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April 28, 1993 | Associated Press
Torture, execution of dissidents and detention without charges are among human rights violations in Bangladesh that show no sign of improving, Amnesty International said in a report today. The London-based group said that at least 17 people died in government custody in 1992. It also reported cases of torture in a region where Buddhist insurgents are fighting an insurrection.
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April 28, 1993 | Associated Press
Torture, execution of dissidents and detention without charges are among human rights violations in Bangladesh that show no sign of improving, Amnesty International said in a report today. The London-based group said that at least 17 people died in government custody in 1992. It also reported cases of torture in a region where Buddhist insurgents are fighting an insurrection.
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August 4, 1989
More than 20 million children live in bonded slavery in South Asia, half of them in India, the Anti-Slavery Society said. "This system is perpetuated in India and also in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka," society representative Kailish Satyarthi told a U.N. Human Rights Commission working group in Geneva.
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