The 2013 Annual Report on
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Jamal al-Hajji, a long-term critic of Colonel Mu'ammar al-Gaddafi, thanks Amnesty International for working on his case.
Survivors describe how al-Gaddafi forces detained them in sweltering heat in crowded metal containers where 19 people died.
Annual Report 2013. The state of the world's human rights. Read it now ...
People suspected of having fought for Colonel Mu'ammar al-Gaddafi, in particular black Libyans and sub-Saharan Africans, are at high risk of abuse ...
Black Libyans and sub-Saharan Africans suspected of being pro-Gaddafi are being targeted by anti-Gaddafi forces, Amnesty International says.
Key prison records and other documentation are at risk of being lost as sites remain unsecure and documents are destroyed or taken away in Libya.
Key prison records and other documentation are at risk of being lost as sites remain unsecure and documents destroyed or taken away in Libya, Amnesty ...
Amnesty International has evidence that pro-Gaddafi troops have been killing detainees in military camps in Tripoli, which constitutes a war crime.
Amnesty International has uncovered evidence that forces loyal to Colonel Mu'ammar al-Gaddafi have killed numerous detainees being held at two military ...
Amnesty International's delegation in Libya has gathered testimonies from survivors of abuse at the hands of both pro-Gaddafi and rebel forces.