Nigerian military must refrain from using excessive force to quash demonstrations.
UAE must ensure an impartial investigation into the death in custody of a British citizen
A guilty verdict for two Croatian generals for crimes against humanity is a long-awaited victory for Croatia's war victims.
Jammu and Kashmir is holding numerous people, including children, in administrative detention after protests in summer 2010.
The doctor has spent 100 days in prison as part of a politically motivated life sentence on sedition and conspiracy charges.
Authorities in Azerbaijan must halt the targeting of peaceful protesters ahead of an opposition rally.
Amnesty International has received reports of a military build-up in Camp Ashraf days after a deadly military assault
Government intent on trying to crush all dissent using the most repressive means as protests continue to grow across the country.
Government urged to investigate links between gangs and public officials, following the arrest of 16 police officers accused of working with gang members responsible for mass killings near the US border.
The AiCandle application is the fastest way for people to join in campaigns to end human rights abuses.
UN urged to protect thousands who are hiding in the bush in life threatening conditions without proper food or sanitation and to help them return home.
Testimonies and case studies from the report, ‘Days of Rage: Protests and Repression in Iraq’
Reports of torture and death in custody raise alarm over Bahrain's treatment of more than 400 anti-government protesters.
Harsh prison conditions have exacerbated the health problems of a Cameroonian writer jailed for offending the President's wife.
Perceived supporters of former Côte d'Ivoire President Laurent Gbagbo are at risk of violent reprisals despite President Alassane Outtara’s call for Ivorians to abstain from violence.
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.
Authorities in Swaziland must ensure the safety of four activists who were detained last night in an apparent bid to disrupt planned protests marches.
The Ugandan authorities must drop all criminal charges against several leading opposition figures temporarily detained today for taking part in protests in the capital Kampala.
Amnesty International reveals fresh evidence of extrajudicial executions apparently committed by Colonel Mu'ammar al-Gaddafi's forces.
Amnesty International condemns the excessive use of force used by the Egyptian army after at least two protesters are reportedly killed.