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A group of pro-reform activists have been allowed no contact with the outside world since they were detained on 27 and 28 May in Baghdad. They are ...
Urgent Action MDE 14/029/2011
Authorities urged to uphold and protect the right of Iraqis to engage in peaceful protests following the arrest of 15 pro-reform activists.
Three men were sentenced to death in Iraq in April. Their lawyers have appealed, but if their sentences are upheld, the men could be executed within ...
Urgent Action MDE 14/028/2011
People first called for fundamental change in Tunisia at the end of 2010, the year covered by Amnesty International's latest annual worldwide survey ...
Report POL 10/012/2011
Firas Ali, an Iraqi political activist, was released on 27 April 2011 after having been held for two weeks at a detention centre in Baghdad. The whereabouts ...
Urgent Action MDE 14/027/2011
A man sentenced to death in Iraq in 2006 is at risk of imminent execution after the Court of Cassation upheld his death sentence at the end of April 2011 ...
Urgent Action MDE 14/026/2011
At least 90 people have been injured in confrontations between security forces and protesters.
Iraqi political activist 'Ala Nabil was released on 16 April.
Urgent Action MDE 14/025/2011
Amnesty International has received reports of a military build-up in Camp Ashraf days after a deadly military assault.
The six Camp Ashraf residents arrested on 8 April 2011 were released on 14 April, and are now back in the camp. They have told Amnesty International ...
Urgent Action MDE 14/024/2011