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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT. 18 June 2013. AI index: MDE 30/009/2013. Tunisia: Drop charges against three accused of ...
Public Statement MDE 30/009/2013
Yesterday's prison sentences against three FEMEN activists in Tunisia are an unacceptable restriction on freedom of expression.
Yesterday's prison sentences against three activists from FEMEN, an international women's movement known for staging topless protests, in Tunisia are an unacceptable ...
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA ADVISORY AI index: MDE 30/006/2013. 5 June 2013 . Tunisia: New draft Constitution still ...
PressItem MDE 30/006/2013
Amnesty International has published an analysis of the latest draft of Tunisia's Constitution, which is expected to be voted on soon.
In this briefing Amnesty International renews its calls on Tunisia's National Constituent Assembly to ensure that the new Constitution fully safeguards human ...
Document MDE 30/005/2013
A 19-year-old Tunisian activist for the FEMEN network is facing further accusations after having been convicted and fined on Thursday for the possession of a self ...
The trial of a blogger before a military court in Tunisia after he peacefully expressed his opinion on the internet is worrying evidence of the state of freedom ...
Abubaker Ali Osman, a Somali engineer until recently living in Libya spoke to Amnesty International about living in a refugee camp in Tunisia.