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1229 (1998) (providing a general overview of prisoners' rights); Joseph Paris, Why Prisoners Deserve Health Care, 10 AMAJ. ETHICS 113,113-15 (2008) (outlining legal and ethical reasons for providing health care to prisoners); WHO, HEALTH IN PRISONS: A WHO GUIDE TO THE ESSENTIALS IN PRISON HEALTH 7-8, 33-41 (Lars Moller et al.
Journalists including Abdul Samad Rohani, Janullah Hashmzada, Abdul Latif Babai, Ajmal Naqashbandi, Sultan Ahmad Munadi, Javed Ahmad Yazmi, Javed Ahmad Yazamy, Sanga Amaj and Zakia Zaki had so far been killed during the last nine years.
One ray of hope is that Golpari and mother Sabera have now been admitted to Afghanistan's first women-only detox clinic, named after Sanga Amaj - a woman newsreader who was shot dead in her home in Kabul five months ago.
See also Richard Weinmeyer, Concussion-Related litigation Against The National Football league, 16 AMAJ. OF ETHICS 552, 554 (Jul.
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- Amagi (disambiguation)
- Amah al Amah
- Amahl and the Night Visitors
- Amahoro Foundation
- Amaiak Markarovich Nazaretian
- Amaiak Nazaretian
- Amajuba Child Health and Well-being Research Project
- Amajuba Forum for Local Economic Development
- Amak Song Sparrow
- Amakusa Islands
- Amakusa Marine Biological Laboratory
- Amal Jyothi College of Engineering
- Amalaka Ekadashi
- Amalananda Ghosh
- Amaldi, Edouardo