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A new report reveals beatings and torture of captured al-Gaddafi soldiers, suspected loyalists and alleged 'mercenaries'.
Libyan forces must act to spare civilians and allow humanitarian supplies into the besieged coastal city of Sirte.
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Newsletter NWS 21/005/2011
European countries have shamefully failed to help thousands of mainly African refugees stranded near Libya's borders, Amnesty International said today in a new ...
In the wake of the conflict in Libya, thousands of refugees who were in the country at the time have been forced to flee again. Now, they have nowhere to go. The ...
Report MDE 03/002/2011
EU states must share responsibility for the thousands of refugees stranded near Libya's borders.
The NTC says it will "move quickly" to act on Amnesty International's new report on abuses and war crimes committed by supporters.
The National Transitional Council (NTC) must get a grip on armed anti-Gaddafi groups to stop reprisal attacks and arbitrary arrests, Amnesty International warned ...
After 42 years of brutal repression, Libyans are today looking ahead to building a state based on respect for human rights and the rule of law. In the last seven ...
Report MDE 19/028/2011
While al-Gaddafi forces committed widespread abuses during Libya's conflict, forces loyal to the NTC have also committed abuses that amounted to war crimes.