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Amnesty International has warned that the plight of foreign nationals in Libya has worsened since the end of Colonel Gaddafi’s rule.
Amnesty International wants the Libyan authorities to hand over the former ruler’s military intelligence chief to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
The Foreign Affairs Committee has called on ministers to recognise contradictions between promoting human rights and selling arms to dictatorships.
A firm with UK Government contracts was responsible for rendering political prisoners from a CIA secret prison in Afghanistan to the Gaddafi regime, says Reprieve.
Abdullah al-Senussi, Colonel Gaddafi's military intelligence chief, should have been surrendered to the International Criminal Court says Amnesty.
The chairman of arms giant BAE Systems has refused to rule out selling arms to the Saudi government even if the country uses them to put down peaceful protests.
The government have published a report on regimes that abuse human rights just as statistics reveal the same regimes have bought British weapons.
Two British journalists and their Libyan colleagues held by a Libyan militia must be set free immediately or transferred to government custody, says Amnesty
The Refugee Council has called for a more effective system in response to a 2011 increase in Libyan and Syrian asylum seekers, particularly for children.
Amnesty says it is essential to conduct a full, independent and impartial inquiry to establish the full circumstances of Colonel Gaddafi’s death.
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