The UN's Universal Periodic Review on Sri Lanka has highlighted Colombo’s continued denial of the human rights crisis in the country.
Urgent steps are needed if Afghanistan is to avoid a repeat of the deaths among children and adults in the country’s displacement camps that occurred during last year’s bitterly cold winter.
Afghanistan’s Parliament must not appoint a new national intelligence director before investigating claims of his involvement in torture and other abuses.
The deaths of 15 civilians in a Taleban attack on a hotel outside Kabul underscores the need to bring to justice all those responsible for war crimes.
Just six countries are responsible for around three-quarters of the world's arms exports by value.
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
Amnesty International has called for greater accountability for civilian casualties, after a US soldier killed 16 people in Kandahar province.
Afghan authorities have failed to help some 500,000 displaced people who are struggling to survive in Kabul slums, a new Amnesty report says.
A new report by Amnesty International highlights how arms sales from China and Russia fuel human rights violations in Sudan's Darfur region.
Authorities urged to disclose details after US President Barack Obama confirms that the unmanned aircraft are used to target suspected militants.
US Secretary of State's landmark visit to Myanmar can only be seen a success if authorities make bold human rights reforms.
Officials gathered at an Istanbul conference on Afghanistan must keep human rights a central focus of their plans for regional security.
The UN needs to act now to end the crisis of impunity that lingers in Sri Lanka more than two years after the civil war ended.
NATO's decision to end detainee transfers to Afghan prisons highlights the international forces' failure to boost the rule of law in Afghanistan.
Amnesty International's annual report details how the rise of social media is fuelling a new activism that repressive governments are struggling to control.
A UN report out today gives credibility to claims that both sides committed war crimes in Sri Lanka's civil war.
A UN report on accountability for war crimes committed in the Sri Lankan armed conflict must be made public, Amnesty International said as a panel of experts submit their findings to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
Leaders urged to improve accountability for Afghan and international military forces and tackle arbitrary detention and torture.
Amnesty International declines to appear before Sri Lanka's Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission, saying it does not meet international standards for independent and impartial inquiries.
Amnesty International calls for prosecutions following the release of a UN report showing a rise in targeted killings of Afghan civilians.