The 2012 Annual Report on
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On 22 November Amnesty International is releasing a new report Broken Promises: Egypt's Military Rulers Erode Human Rights.
Alaa Abdel Fattah's detention has been extended by 15 days, raising fears he may face an unfair trial before a military court.
Amnesty International is concerned that across Africa hundreds of thousands of people are forcibly evicted from their homes by the authorities each year. The evictions ...
Public Statement IOR 63/004/2011
A group of 118 male asylum-seekers face imminent forcible return from Egypt to Eritrea, where they would be at grave risk of torture and arbitrary detention.
Urgent Action MDE 12/055/2011
In parliamentary elections beginning on 28 November, Egyptians will ask whether the demands and promises of the “25 January Revolution” will finally be fulfilled ...
Document MDE 12/046/2011
Egyptian women were instrumental in the “25 January Revolution” that overthrew the repressive regime of President Hosni Mubarak in early 2011. Yet the hopes raised ...
Report MDE 12/050/2011
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. Index: MDE 12/054/2011. 29 October 2011. Sunday summoning of Egyptian activists warning shot over Maspero criticism. ...
Public Statement MDE 12/054/2011
Thirty-four Eritrean men and five Eritrean women currently held in Egypt are at imminent risk of forcible return to Eritrea where they would face a real risk of ...
Urgent Action MDE 12/052/2011
Police and security forces in the Middle East and North Africa responded to the mass popular uprisings witnessed there after December 2010 with brutal repression ...
Report ACT 30/117/2011
In this statement, Amnesty International focuses on the status of the death penalty in Africa and progress towards its abolition. Among the 53 State Parties to ...
Document IOR 63/005/2011