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Amnesty International say that they have been told by eyewitnesses that at least nine unarmed protesters were killed during mass protests in Ivory Coast this week.
The Kyrgyzstani authorities are failing to provide justice for thousands of victims of human rights abuses, according to a new report by Amnesty International.
Australia's new policy of transferring prisoners detained in Afghanistan to Afghan and US forces could violate international law, Amnesty has warned.
Amnesty International today (14 December 2010) welcomed a new report on Migration and Trafficking from the Scottish Parliament.
Amnesty International has condemned a call by the Iraqi Interior Minister for the execution of 39 alleged al-Qai’da members who have not yet been tried.
Amnesty International says the UK government is handing suspected war criminals a "free ticket" in its Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill.
Amnesty International has urged the UK's Home Secretary, Theresa May, to make firm commitments to tackling violence against women.
The Nicaraguan authorities must eradicate rape and widespread sexual abuse of girls, Amnesty International has said in a new report.
Amnesty has called on the Philippines to ensure timely justice for the Maguindanao massacre, and to abolish private armies, one year after the killings.
Aung San Suu Kyi wants to see a peaceful revolution in Burma, but she and her supporters are trying to judge the situation carefully as they act for change.