The 2013 Annual Report on
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Repression and state violence is likely to continue to plague the Middle East and North Africa in 2012 unless governments in the region and international ...
The Yemeni parliament is set to vote on a controversial bill which grants President Saleh and his aides immunity from prosecution.
By granting immunity, Yemen's power-transfer deal delivers a hammer blow to accountability for human rights violations.
A power-transfer agreement reportedly granting Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh and others immunity from prosecution in exchange for leaving ...
Call for Fatima Hussein Badi's death sentence to be commuted in Yemen. She was convicted after an unfair trial.
Document MDE 31/012/2011
The UN Security Council's condemnation of the ongoing grave human rights violations in Yemen is welcome, but any call for accountability is doomed ...
The UN Security Council's endorsement of a deal urging the Yemeni president to step down must not be interpreted as backing immunity.
Police and security forces in the Middle East and North Africa responded to the mass popular uprisings witnessed there after December 2010 with brutal ...
Report ACT 30/117/2011
Those responsible for committing serious crimes under international law in Yemen must be brought to justice.
Pro-government "thugs" attacked a peaceful women's march in the Yemeni city of Ta'izz, called to celebrate a Yemeni woman's Nobel Peace Prize.