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Amnesty International  Report 2013


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First arrests under Malaysia's oppressive new security law ...
7 February 2013

The Malaysian authorities must immediately release or formally charge two Malaysian men now detained under a repressive new security law.

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Amnesty International | First arrests under Malaysia's ...
7 February 2013

The Malaysian authorities must immediately release or formally charge two Malaysian men now detained under a repressive new security law, Amnesty ...

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Malaysia should broaden its proposal to scrap the death ...
24 October 2012

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. Index: ASA 28/003/2012. 24 October 2012. Malaysia should broaden ...

Public Statement       ASA 28/003/2012

Malaysia: End harassment of anti-corruption campaigners
21 September 2012

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: ASA 28/002/2012. 21 September 2012. Malaysia: End harassment ...

Public Statement       ASA 28/002/2012

Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and ...
24 May 2012

Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.

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Singapore authorities urged to save Malaysian man from ...
9 May 2012

Yong Vui Kong, who was 19 when he was first arrested for possessing 47g of heroin in 2007, faces imminent execution.

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Malaysia must scrap repressive new security law | Amnesty ...
12 April 2012

The proposed new law allows for violations of human rights such as freedom from arbitrary detention, torture and other ill-treatment.

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Saudi Arabia: Man might face death penalty for tweets: Hamza ...
13 February 2012

Saudi Arabian national Hamza Kashgari risks being charged of apostasy, punishable by death, for remarks he posted on Twitter. He was forcibly returned ...

Urgent Action       MDE 23/002/2012

Amnesty International | Death penalty fear for Tweeter facing ...
10 February 2012

The Malaysian authorities must release Hamza Kashgari and not forcibly return him to Saudi Arabia, where he faces risk of execution for his Tweets about ...

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Malaysia: Anwar case shows why sodomy law must be ...
9 January 2012

Malaysia's High Court acquitted Anwar Ibrahim of criminal sodomy charges, but the repressive statute that enabled his persecution is still on the books ...

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