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Fiji: UN review highlights human rights concerns

A key UN review of Fiji's human rights record on 29 October has highlighted the need to urgently amend repressive decrees that put severe restrictions ...

30 Oct 2014       Public Statement       ASA 18/004/2014

Gambia: Further information: Journalists' case to be decided ...

Gambian journalists Musa Sheriff and Sainey MK Marenah will have their case decided by a magistrate on 3 November. They could be jailed for up to ...

30 Oct 2014       Urgent Action       AFR 27/013/2014

Afghanistan: Rapist sentenced, girl survivor still at risk

Local mullah accused of raping a 10-year-old girl from Kunduz province in Afghanistan has received a 20-year prison sentence on 25 October. Family ...

30 Oct 2014       Urgent Action       ASA 11/014/2014

South Sudan: Joint letter to President Kiir on accession to CAT ...

In this open letter South Sudanese and international organizations, urge the President of South Sudan to ensure that instruments of accession to the ...

30 Oct 2014       Open Letter       AFR 65/014/2014

Bahrain: Further information: Harassment of Bahrainis ...

Ten Bahrainis, whose nationality was arbitrarily revoked in 2012, are at risk of harassment and intimidation while awaiting the appeal against a court ...

30 Oct 2014       Urgent Action       MDE 11/042/2014

Egypt: Further information: 20 activists re-arrested as retrial is ...

On 27 October, a Cairo Criminal Court ordered the arrest and detention of activist Alaa Abdel Fattah and 19 others as their retrial began. The 20 activists ...

30 Oct 2014       Urgent Action       MDE 12/058/2014

UK: Court of Appeal allows lawsuit to proceed in case of ...

Amnesty International welcomed the decision today from the Court of Appeal in London in the case of Abdul-Hakim Belhaj and Fatima Boudchar v Straw ...

30 Oct 2014       Public Statement       EUR 45/010/2014

Myanmar: Ensure independent and impartial investigation into ...

The Myanmar authorities must ensure a comprehensive, independent, impartial and effective investigation into the death of journalist Aung Kyaw Naing ...

30 Oct 2014       Public Statement       ASA 16/028/2014

Serbia: Twenty-four Roma families risk forced eviction

Twenty-four Roma households at the Belvil settlement in Belgrade are due for resettlement at the end of November. If human rights requirements, including ...

29 Oct 2014       Urgent Action       EUR 70/017/2014

International Criminal Court: Amnesty International's call for ...

The 13th annual meeting of states parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) will take place in New York from 8-17 ...

29 Oct 2014       Document       IOR 53/010/2014

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