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Sudan must drop ‘indecent behaviour’ charges against two activists in a trial that opens today, Amnesty International says.
A key European court has refused to rule that the criminalisation of consensual same-sex activity constitutes “persecution” for the purposes of EU asylum law.
A trial of whistleblower Edward Snowden would cover up key revelations about the US government’s human rights violations, Amnesty says.
Rome’s authorities have been running a discriminatory, two-track assisted housing system denying thousands of Roma decent housing.
The Israeli authorities have been asked to drop all charges against a Palestinian human rights lawyer released on bail.
Twenty-eight Greenpeace activists, a photographer and a videographer are still being held in custody by the Russian authorities.
New evidence indicates that the USA has carried out unlawful killings in Pakistan through drone attacks, some of which could amount to war crimes.
A decision by a court in Japan to deny a retrial to an 87-year-old man on death row is a “travesty of justice”, says Amnesty International.
Amnesty International has denounced Egypt’s hardline policy of unlawfully detaining and forcibly returning hundreds of refugees who have fled the conflict in Syria.
Amnesty has described comments by Lord Rogan praising the Sri Lankan government as "fawning" over "a regime with blood on its hands".