Radha Bhusal and Geeta Nepali, subjects of a recent AI Urgent Action, were freed on October 24, 2005 following a Supreme Court order that their detention was illegal. The two girls had been re-arrested by police on September 5th shortly after they were released on the order of the district court in Kapilvastu, in southern Nepal. The Supreme Court ordered their release on October 23rd. Thanks to all who sent appeals!
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Indonesia: Protect Members of the Ahmadiyya Religious Minority (UA 32/16)
At least 12 members of the Ahmadiyya religious minority have been forced to leave their homes in Bangka Island on 5 February. Nine others are facing ongoing intimidation.
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