• Oct 21 2014
  • 11:10am
Abortion: Reform law in Northern Ireland says new Amnesty poll
More than three quarters of adults in Great Britain think it is unacceptable that women from Northern Ireland have to travel to England for an abortion and that they are forced to pay for a service
  • Oct 20 2014
  • 6:56pm
Pakistan: ban on anti-government TV channel condemned
‘Journalists in Pakistan are under attack from all sides’ - Mustafa Qadri  
  • Oct 20 2014
  • 4:57pm
Amnesty launches new campaign on abortion in Northern Ireland
New poll finds 7 in 10 Northern Ireland people back abortion law reform
  • Oct 20 2014
  • 11:43am
200,000 people call for release of Uzbekistani prisoner of conscience
Uzbekistan embassy in London has previously secretly filmed Amnesty staff raising Dilorom Abdukadirova’s case  
  • Oct 20 2014
  • 11:41am
South Korea: Government facilitating trafficking and abuse of migrant labour
The South Korean government must end the exploitation and widespread use of forced labour of migrant agricultural workers, Amnesty International said, as it published a new report that reveals how
  • Oct 17 2014
  • 5:31pm
Italy's cessation of search-and-rescue in Mediterranean could be 'catastrophic'
Decision could have ‘catastrophic and deadly consequences’ - John Dalhuisen  
  • Oct 16 2014
  • 6:44pm
Pakistan: Death sentence for Christian woman latest 'poisonous' blasphemy law outrage
A Pakistani court’s decision to uphold the death sentence against a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy is the latest unjust use of ‘poisonous’ blasphemy laws in the country, A
  • Oct 16 2014
  • 5:33pm
‘Syria a killing-field for journalists’ – war photographer to tell Belfast audience
A second talk about the war in Syria has been added to the Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen’s, on Monday 20 October at 9:15pm in the Great Hall Queen’s University Belfast, due to p
  • Oct 16 2014
  • 4:28pm
Students' disappearance throws global spotlight on one of Mexico's 'darkest open secrets'
Responding to the news that 28 bodies found in mass graves apparently do not belong to any of the 43 students who disappeared last month at the hands of local police in the city of Iguala, Mexico,