• Jul 22 2014
  • 3:09pm
Singapore athletes arrive for Glasgow 2014 as double execution scheduled
Glasgow welcomed team Singapore to the Commonwealth Games on Sunday as news of a reprehensible u-turn on the death penalty by the island nation reached Amnesty.
  • Jul 21 2014
  • 7:06pm
Israel/Gaza: attacks on hospitals are possible war crimes
Over 20,000 people support new call on Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond to stop UK arms transfers to Israel  
  • Jul 18 2014
  • 9:56pm
Israel / Gaza: Attacks show a flagrant disregard for civilian life
Israel’s ground assault on the Gaza Strip, which began last night after 10 days of attacks by Israeli forces and Palestinian armed groups, accentuates the need for urgent international action
  • Jul 18 2014
  • 9:53pm
Singapore: Double execution is massive leap backwards
Singapore has taken a reprehensible U-turn by executing the first two prisoners since 2011, Amnesty International and the Anti-Death Penalty Asia Network (ADPAN) said today.
  • Jul 18 2014
  • 4:58pm
Hearing on mass government surveillance wraps up after 'farcical' week
Meanwhile ‘power grab’ by security services condemned, as new surveillance law rushed through  
  • Jul 18 2014
  • 4:44pm
Ukraine airliner deaths: on-site investigation by international experts needed
‘It is imperative that an on-site investigation is urgently carried out by independent international experts’ - Denis Krivosheev  
  • Jul 18 2014
  • 1:38pm
Finland: European Court ruling in Heli case a blow for transgender rights
A woman from Finland who came out as transgender during her marriage should be allowed to be legally recognised as a female without changing her marital status, Amnesty International said after the