The army must continue respecting peaceful protest as people across the country hold their biggest demonstration yet.
Government action against Al Jazeera and its journalists are attempts to close down reporting of street protests and the free flow of information.
A slideshow of images from throughout Egypt's mass anti-government demonstrations that started on 25 January 2011.
Sudanese authorities have arrested at least 70 people at demonstrations inspired by those in Tunisia, Egypt and Yemen, with one death reported and scores injured.
Israel jails a prominent Palestinian human rights activist for nine years on espionage charges.
Amnesty International calls on UK government to raise concerns about the killings with the Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina who visits the UK this week.
Authorities urged to act to prevent further deaths of protesters, amid continuing nationwide protests against poverty, police abuse and corruption.
Tawakkol Karman received a death threat from a high-ranking official for her role in the continuing demonstrations in the country.
Amnesty International reveals how security forces used disproportionate force to disperse protesters and in some cases fired on fleeing protesters and bystanders.
David Kato, who had successfully sued a national newspaper which named him as being homosexual, died after he was attacked in his home.
Thousands of people who live and trade in kiosks and small structures built along the railway lines face homelessness and destitution if they are forcibly evicted from their homes.
Vi Duc Hoi is sentenced to eight years for "spreading anti-government propaganda" after he posted articles on the internet calling for democracy.
Reports of ongoing demonstrations in Egypt today follow a day of protest that saw at least three deaths, beatings of detainees and 500 protesters arrested.
Judge María Lourdes Afiuni Mora was arrested after she ordered the release of a banker accused of corruption, a decision that was within her power and consistent with the law.
Amnesty International and Friends of the Earth International have filed an official OECD complaint against oil giant Shell for breaches of basic standards for responsible business.
Dozens of parliamentarians are accused of serious human rights abuses while serving, including murder, kidnapping, extortion and election related violence.
Private Bradley Manning has been held for 23 hours a day in a sparsely furnished solitary cell and deprived of a pillow, sheets, and personal possessions since July 2010.
Two South Korean human rights defenders have been convicted for peaceful protest in support of families whose loved ones died while demonstrating against forced evictions.
Amnesty International questions the findings of an Israeli inquiry into last year's deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla after it cleared the Israeli armed forces of wrongdoing.
Amnesty International has criticised the trial and sentences handed to Indonesian soldiers who were filmed abusing Papuan prisoners.