Annual Report 2013
The state of the world's human rights

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08 January 2010
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07 January 2010
Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalanga were arrested in December, two days after they had a 'traditional engagement ceremony'.
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07 January 2010
Amnesty International has urged the Chinese authorities to release a Tibetan documentary filmmaker who has been jailed for six years for 'subversion'.
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06 January 2010
Josefina Reyes, a campaigner against violence and human rights abuses by military officials, was killed near Ciudad Juarez on Sunday.
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06 January 2010
Iranians banned from contact with more than 60 foreign institutions, including human rights organizations.
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06 January 2010
Ricardo Ucán Ceca served almost 10 years of a 22-year sentence before he was released last month.
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05 January 2010
Ramiro Rivera and Dora Alicia Recinos Sorto were killed in December. They both opposed mining projects in the central Cabañas area.
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04 January 2010
Both parties to the 22-day conflict in Gaza and Southern Israel have until 2 February to show that they are willing and able to undertake credible investigations into violations of international law.
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28 December 2009
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27 December 2009
One year on, no one has been held accountable for the war crimes and other grave violations of international law reported by a UN Fact Finding Mission.
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23 December 2009
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23 December 2009
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23 December 2009
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22 December 2009
Charged with 'inciting subversion of state power', the scholar is one of hundreds of signatories of Charter 08, a proposal for political reform in China.
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22 December 2009
A Lithuanian parliamentary committee has concluded that a CIA secret prison operated in Lithuania during the US-led “war on terror”.
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21 December 2009
Director of the UN’s Millennium Campaign for the past six years, and the Chief Executive of ActionAid before that, Salil Shetty will take up his new post in June 2010.
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19 December 2009
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18 December 2009
To mark International Migrants Day, migrants from around the world have told Amnesty International how they have been exploited, detained and attacked.
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18 December 2009
An attempt to defraud victims of the Trafigura toxic waste dump disaster out of $45 million must be stopped, Amnesty International said on Friday in an open letter.
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