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Afghanistan: 10-year old rape survivor faces 'honour' killing
9 October 2014

Brishna, a 10-year old girl from Kunduz province in Afghanistan was raped by a local mullah in May 2014. She is at risk of an “honour” killing by family ...

Urgent Action       ASA 11/013/2014

Afghanistan: Execution of five men an affront to justice ...
8 October 2014

The execution of five men in Afghanistan who had been convicted over a gang rape following a series of flawed trials is an affront to justice.

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Afghan President must stop executions
7 October 2014

Six men, including five convicted in a rape case, face execution in Afghanistan after an unfair trial. The men are due to be executed on 8 October.

Urgent Action       ASA 11/012/2014

Afghanistan: President Must Reverse Death Penalty Decision
3 October 2014

Amnesty International urges the new Afghan president to reverse the death sentence passed against six men and signed by President Hamid Karzai ...

Public Statement       ASA 11/011/2014

Amnesty International | Afghanistan's new government must ...
28 September 2014

Afghanistan's new government under President Ashraf Ghani must put the focus on tackling the country's persistent human rights issues, Amnesty ...

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Afghanistan: Seven-point human rights agenda for President ...
28 September 2014

Public Statement       ASA 11/010/2014

Amnesty International | Afghanistan: No justice for thousands ...
11 August 2014

The families of thousands of Afghan civilians killed by US/NATO forces in Afghanistan have been left without justice, Amnesty International said in a ...

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Afghanistan: Left in the dark: Failures of accountability for ...
11 August 2014

Thousands of Afghan civilians have been killed since 2001 by international forces, and thousands more have been injured. This report examines the ...

Report       ASA 11/006/2014

Afghanistan: No justice for thousands of civilians killed in US ...
11 August 2014

The families of thousands of Afghan civilians killed by US/NATO forces in Afghanistan have been left without justice, Amnesty International said in a ...

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Afghanistan: Left in the dark: Failures of accountability for ...
11 August 2014

Thousands of Afghan civilians have been killed since 2001 by international forces, and thousands more have been injured. This document is a summary ...

Report       ASA 11/008/2014