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The Sudanese authorities have been told to stop the torture and ill-treatment of those detained following demonstrations since mid-June 2012.
Church activists from the Philippines have criticised the Aquino government for not being able to improve the situation regarding human rights violations.
A new project which brings together all the available data on hundreds of victims of rendition, torture and secret detention has launched online.
Twenty leading international and Afghan NGOs have called on NATO and the Afghan government to ensure Afghan forces uphold law and order.
A new report by Amnesty Interntional says the Bahraini government’s response to the findings of an international commission of inquiry has proved inadequate.
The acquittal of an Egyptian military doctor accused of carrying out 'virginity tests' on women protesters is proof that military courts are incapable of dealing with human rights abuses, says Amnesty.
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.