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1) A wound that never heals: International Day of the Disappeared 2) Algeria: Long wait for justice 3) Livewire: Seeking justice at the UN Human Rights Council; ...
Newsletter NWS 21/004/2009
Bashir Makhtal, an Ethiopian-born Canadian citizen, was found guilty of terror-related charges on 27 July 2009 amid concerns of an unfair trial in Addis Ababa, ...
Urgent Action AFR 25/005/2009
In this submission, Amnesty International provides information as stipulated in the General Guidelines for the Preparation of Information under the Universal Periodic ...
Document AFR 25/004/2009
UK resident Binyam Mohamed has been released from detention in Guantánamo Bay and allowed to return to the UK.
The Charities and Societies Proclamation law could criminalise the human rights activities of both foreign and domestic non-governmental organizations.
Opposition party leader Birtukan Mideksa was arrested on 28 December 2008 and is being held in Kaliti Prison without charge, in solitary confinement. She has been ...
Urgent Action AFR 25/003/2009
Over one hundred countries voted overwhelmingly in favour of a secondresolution on "Moratorium on the use of the death penalty" at theUnited Nations on T.
At least 15 members of the Oromo ethnic group have been arrested in the capital Addis Ababa and also reportedly in eastern and western parts of the Oromia region ...
Urgent Action AFR 25/012/2008
Ugaas (clan leader) Abdirahman Qani is now known to have been released on 7 October 2008. His relatives were all released several days later.
Urgent Action AFR 25/011/2008
Najima Jamal Ismail is now known to have been released on bail of 1000 birr (approx US$100), on 28 December 2007. Her stepfather was released unconditionally on ...
Urgent Action AFR 25/010/2008