The 2013 Annual Report on
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Three prisoners of conscience for whom Amnesty International has campaigned for years have been released.
Many prisoners of conscience remain behind bars in Myanmar despite a new amnesty announced by the government.
The release of at least 120 political prisoners in Myanmar today is a minimum first step, and authorities must immediately and unconditionally release all remaining ...
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Newsletter NWS 21/005/2011
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Newsletter NWS 21/004/2011
Amnesty International calls for the urgent establishment of an international commission of inquiry as Myanmar rejects recommendations to end violations of international ...
Public Statement ASA 16/004/2011
The Myanmar authorities must stop forcing prisoners into cells designed for military dogs, Amnesty International said today, after it emerged that the practice ...
Prisoners are being kept in solitary confinement in cells designed for military dogs as punishment for going on hunger strike.
Political prisoners in Myanmar who have initiated peaceful protests in three prisons, including hunger strikes, are at risk of torture and other ill-treatment. ...
Urgent Action ASA 16/003/2011
Reduction of prison terms must be swiftly followed by the immediate and unconditional release of all prisoners of conscience, says Amnesty International.