The 2013 Annual Report on
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Afghanistan's proposed reinstatement of atrocious punishments would mark a dangerous return to legalized state brutality, Amnesty International said today as it ...
Afghan leaders meeting in Kabul this week should demand accountability for war crimes allegedly committed by US military forces in the country, said Amnesty International ...
Amnesty International has assessed the extent to which 12 of the states up for review have implemented key recommendations accepted in their previous UPR in 2009 ...
Report IOR 41/023/2013
The UN Security Council must ensure that the protection of civilians and the promotion of human rights lie at the heart of Afghan and international efforts in Afghanistan ...
In this open letter, Amnesty International urges the Security Council to prioritise the protection of civilians and the promotion of human rights of Afghan women ...
Open Letter ASA 11/011/2013
The killing of one of Afghanistan's most senior woman police officers is the latest setback for women's rights in Afghanistan.
The killing of one of Afghanistan's most senior woman police officers is the latest setback for women's rights in Afghanistan, Amnesty International said.
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Newsletter NWS 21/005/2013