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Serbia's decision to ban the Belgrade Pride for the third year in a row is a clear breach of the country’s own law and constitution.
Sri Lanka’s disturbing human rights record means it should be barred from hosting a key Commonwealth summit in November 2013, says Amnesty International.
Forced evictions of Roma people in France have reached record proportions, Amnesty International revealed in a new report published today (26 September).
Palestinian police in the West Bank have been accused by Amnesty International of mounting violent attacks on peaceful protesters.
President al-Bashir of Sudan has reportedly applied to the US Embassy in Sudan for a visa to enable him to travel to the 68th session of the UN General Assembly.
Amnesty International has welcomed the release of prominent Iranian human rights lawyer, Nasrin Sotoudeh, and at least 11 political activists.
The Greek authorities must do everything in their power to prevent further politically motivated violence, says Amnesty, following the killing of an anti-fascist supporter.
The French authorities’ evictions of Roma communities across the country continue to flout international law, say human rights bodies.
The killing of at least 1,089 people over the past fortnight underscores the urgent need for Egypt’s security forces to comply with international standards.
President Obama should commute US Army Private Manning’s sentence to time already served to allow immediate release, Amnesty says.