The 2013 Annual Report on
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A new report documents how scores of Libyan civilians not involved in the fighting were killed and injured, most in their homes, as a result of NATO airstrikes.
In March 2011 several member states of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) launched a military campaign against Colonel Mu'ammar al-Gaddafi's forces. ...
Report MDE 19/003/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. Index: MDE 19/004/2012. 12 March 2012. Libya: Continued scrutiny of human rights situation in Libya needed. ...
Public Statement MDE 19/004/2012
A Libyan militia has unlawfully detained two British journalists and their Libyan colleagues in Tripoli.
Two British journalists and their Libyan colleagues held by a Libyan militia must be set free immediately or transferred into government custody, Amnesty International ...
The Libyan authorities face a considerable challenge in their efforts to bring under control the numerous militias that have largely taken the law into their own ...
Report MDE 19/002/2012
February 2012 TAKE ACTION WRITE TO DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF LIBYA IN YOUR COUNTRY: Dear Ambassador, I am writing to express my concern about ongoing human ...
Action Document MDE 19/001/2012
Armed militias operating across Libya commit widespread human rights abuses with impunity, fuelling insecurity and hindering the rebuilding of state institutions ...
A new Amnesty International report documents widespread abuses of suspected al-Gaddafi loyalists, carried out by Libyan militia groups.
Amnesty International led rallies in cities across the world as a Global Day of Action in solidarity with the protesters of the Middle East and North Africa.