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Amnesty International says global arms suppliers must halt the transfer of small arms, ammunition and other equipment to the Egyptian military and security forces.
At least seven people are feared dead after Indonesian police opened fire on hundreds of West Papuans at an independence rally close to the province’s capital.
The United Nations Security Council’s response to the recent bloodshed against protesters in Syria is deeply inadequate, Amnesty International says.
Following the issue of writs for the arrest of Colonel Gaddafi, Amnersty International says he must appear before the International Criminal Court.
Campaigners have called on governments meeting at the United Nations to ensure no weapons or munitions are sold to human rights abusers.
Amnesty International has expressed shock that at least 45 Zimbabwean activists have been charged with treason and could face the death penalty.
Amnesty International is urging authorities in Italy and the European Union to protect the human rights of thousands of Tunisians fleeing unrest in their country.
A new report highlighting human rights violations against the Chin people in Burma has been welcomed by Christian Solidarity Worldwide.
Human rights advocates have welcomed the decision by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission that two men allegedly involved in a terror plot could not be deported to Pakistan.
The mother of disappeared Philippines activist Jonas Burgos arrives in the UK next week on the first leg of a European tour highlighting the plight of her son and other missing persons.