The 2012 Annual Report on
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Rwandan opposition leader Victoire Ingabire must be allowed an appeal that meets international fair trial standards after being convicted and sentenced to eight ...
The arrest of opposition politician Victoire Ingabire after her return to Rwanda to contest the 2010 elections attracted widespread international attention. The ...
Report AFR 47/001/2013
Rwandan opposition leader Victoire Ingabire must get a prompt and fair appeal after being convicted in a trial that fell short of international standards, Amnesty ...
Rwanda's military intelligence department has illegally held scores of civilians in military detention without charge or trial amid credible claims of torture.
Dozens of people in Rwanda suspected of threatening national security have been held in a network of secret detention centres run by the military. In these camps ...
Report AFR 47/004/2012
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
This briefing documents 18 allegations of torture and other ill-treatment by Rwandan military intelligence and other security personnel. It also outlines cases ...
Report AFR 47/003/2012
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Newsletter NWS 21/003/2012
1) Up front: the night-crossing 2) Freedom of expression: China's defiant heart 3) Human rights talk: 'You can't just stand there and not act' 4) World Press Freedom ...