• Jan 30 2015
  • 5:22pm
'Diego Garcia used for CIA interrogations' allegations must be investigated
‘If detainees were being held, interrogated and even tortured on the atoll, then UK officials have a lot of questions to answer’ - Kate Allen
  • Jan 30 2015
  • 12:37pm
Equatorial Guinea: African Cup of Nations peaceful protesters must be released
Equatorial Guinea must immediately and unconditionally release three men arrested for peacefully protesting against the country’s hosting of Africa’s top football competition, a group o
  • Jan 28 2015
  • 2:38pm
Mexico: Attorney General risks curtailing investigation into disappeared students
The announcement by the Mexican Attorney General that all the missing Ayotzinapa students are dead is premature and risks curtailing a full and thorough investigation into this tragedy, said Amnest
  • Jan 28 2015
  • 11:58am
Great Britain has a 'moral responsibility' to refugees from Syria, say faith leaders
Muslim, Jewish and Christian faith leaders have called on David Cameron to urgently increase the number of Syrian refugees resettled in the UK in response to ‘one of the worst humanitarian ca
  • Jan 28 2015
  • 11:52am
Celebrated Syrian cartoonist Ali Ferzat highlights UK's pitiful response to refugee crisis with powerful new drawing
Celebrated Syrian cartoonist Ali Ferzat has drawn a powerful new cartoon highlighting the UK’s pitiful response to the refugee crisis on Syria’s borders.
  • Jan 27 2015
  • 1:26pm
Libya: urgent need for UN sanctions to help Benghazi's 'descent into chaos' - new briefing
New briefing reveals extent of abductions and killings in lawless city  
  • Jan 26 2015
  • 6:26pm
Snooper's charter being sneaked through in 'Trojan horse move' Amnesty warns
Responding to powers being sought in an amendment to the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill being rushed through the Lords today, Rachel Logan, Amnesty UK’s Legal advisor said: