Bangladesh

Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and injustice - 24 May 2012

Headline Title:  Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and injustice Strong Arms Trade Treaty needed as UN Security Council looks unfit for purpose Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights. Media Node:  Dera'a bread protest VIDEO: AIR2012 video news release (A-roll) Twitter Tag:  AIR2012 Story Location:  Reino Unido 51° 31' 5.1996" N, 0° 2' 23.37" W See map: Google Maps “Failed leadership has gone global in the last year, with politicians responding to protests with brutality or indifference. Governments must show legitimate leadership and reject injustice by protecting the powerless and restraining the powerful. ” Source:  Salil Shetty, Amnesty International Secretary General Date:  Thu, 24/05/2012 URL:  Amnesty International Report 2012 Description:  View the entire report URL:  Facts and figures Description:  Infographic
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Bangladesh. Les autorités doivent rendre des comptes sur la mort de personnes dans le contexte d'une vague de disparitions forcées

Les morts au cours de manifestations faisant suite à la disparition d'une importante figure de l'opposition il y a sept jours au Bangladesh doivent faire l'objet d'une enquête approfondie par les autorités, a déclaré Amnesty International. Les morts au cours de manifestations faisant suite à la disparition d'une importante figure de l'opposition il y a sept jours au Bangladesh doivent faire l'objet d'une enquête approfondie par les a

Bangladesh: Authorities must account for deaths amid spate of disappearances - 24 April 2012

Headline Title:  Bangladesh: Authorities must account for deaths amid spate of disappearances Fatalities during protests about the disappearance of a key opposition figure seven days ago in Bangladesh must be thoroughly investigated by the authorities, Amnesty International said. Two men were killed in clashes between protesters and police amid a spate of disappearances in Bangladesh. Media Node:  Bangladesh disappearances clashes Twitter Tag:  Bangladesh Story Location:  Bangladesh 24° 5' 35.7936" N, 90° 15' 49.2192" E “The Bangladesh authorities must establish an independent investigation to determine how these men died and who fired the bullets, and bring to justice those responsible for these deaths.” Source:  Abbas Faiz, Amnesty International’s Bangladesh Researcher Date:  Tue, 24/04/2012 URL:  Bangladesh: Crimes unseen: Extrajudicial executions in Bangladesh Description:  Report, 20 August 2011 URL:  Bangladesh: Government must act now to stop police unlawful killings Description:  News story, 24 August 2011

Bangladesh: Authorities must account for deaths amid spate of disappearances

Fatalities during protests about the disappearance of a key opposition figure seven days ago in Bangladesh must be thoroughly investigated by the authorities, Amnesty International said. Fatalities during protests about the disappearance of a key opposition figure seven days ago in Bangladesh must be thoroughly investigated by the authorities, Amnesty International said.

Une vidéo d'actes de torture illustre le besoin de protection des Bangladais traversant la frontière entre leur pays et l'Inde

La suspension de huit gardes de la Force de sécurité des frontières (BSF) ayant torturé un Bangladais appréhendé à la frontière n'est en rien le signe que les violations des droits humains donnent lieu à une réaction adaptée, a déclaré Amnesty International vendredi 20 janvier. La suspension de huit gardes de la Force de sécurité des frontières (BSF) ayant torturé un Bangladais appréhendé à la frontière n'est en rien le signe que les violations des droits humains donnent

Vídeo de tortura muestra la necesidad de proteger a los bangladeshíes que cruzan la frontera india

La suspensión en sus funciones de ocho guardias de las Fuerzas de Seguridad de Fronteras de India por torturar a un bangladeshí capturado en la frontera no es señal de que se estén abordando las violaciones de derechos humanos, ha manifestado Amnistía Internacional hoy. La suspensión en sus funciones de ocho guardias de las Fuerzas de Seguridad de Fronteras de India por torturar a un bangladeshí capturado en la frontera no es señal de que se estén abordando las vi

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