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Scores of people have vanished from Libya's Nafusa Mountain area, apparently at the hands of forces loyal to Colonel al-Gaddafi.
The discovery of over twenty highly explosive anti-personnel mines in Misratah raises fears of more mines being discovered in the city.
Human rights should be at the core of the G8's engagement with governments in the Middle East and North Africa.
The International Criminal Court Prosecutor's request for an arrest warrant for Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi is a step towards justice for the victims of ...
International Criminal Court arrest warrants are set to be issued for Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Al-Gaddafi for crimes against humanity.
Amnesty International's annual report details how the rise of social media is fuelling a new activism that repressive governments are struggling to control ...
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
Amnesty International today corroborated claims about the use of anti-vehicle mines in Misratah's port by forces loyal to Colonel al-Gaddafi, as indiscriminate ...
The 300000 residents of Misratah, Libya's third largest city have been living under siege and under fire since March 2011 when forces loyal to Colonel ...
Report MDE 19/019/2011
Attacks by forces loyal to Colonel al-Gaddafi on civilian and residential areas of Misratah may amount to war crimes, Amnesty International said today ...