• May 5 2015
  • 11:50am
Syria: 'pure horror' of life in Aleppo under Assad's barrel bombing - new report
‘I saw children without heads’ - factory worker describing a barrel bomb attack on the al-Fardous district  
  • May 1 2015
  • 2:43pm
Amnesty welcomes Queen's University decision on Charlie Hebdo conference and announces additional public event
Amnesty International has welcomed the decision by Queen's University Belfast to give the go-ahead to a conference on the Charlie Hebdo shootings and free speech, which had originally been canc
  • May 1 2015
  • 12:12pm
Northern Ireland: no change in abortion law would be cruel betrayal of women
Amnesty International has accused Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson of being “disingenuous” in suggesting that the denial of abortions to women with fatal foetal abnormalit
  • Apr 29 2015
  • 6:36pm
Amnesty celebrates Britain's talented youth in prestigious Awards ceremony
Amnesty International today (29 April) honoured some of the most talented young people in the UK at its headquarters in Shoreditch, east London at its prestigious Amnesty Youth Awards ceremony.
  • Apr 29 2015
  • 6:36pm
Paraguay: 10-year-old raped by stepfather must be allowed an abortion
Failure by the Paraguayan authorities to provide a safe abortion to a 10-year-old rape survivor could have devastating consequences on her health and will heap injustice on tragedy, said Amnesty In
  • Apr 29 2015
  • 6:23pm
Refugee and migrant crisis: Amnesty response to Nigel Farage comments in European Parliament today
In response to UKIP leader Nigel Farage’s comments on asylum and immigration at the European Parliament today, Amnesty International UK Director Kate Allen said:
  • Apr 29 2015
  • 5:21pm
USA: Amnesty sends human rights observers to Baltimore
‘We are calling on the police in Baltimore to exercise restraint’ - Steven W Hawkins
  • Apr 28 2015
  • 8:08pm
Indonesia: 'Theatre of cruelty' condemned as executions go ahead
The execution of eight people in Indonesia today shows complete disregard for due process and human rights, Amnesty International said this evening.
  • Apr 28 2015
  • 4:11pm
Shell profits won't count the true cost of Niger Delta oil spills
Clean-up and compensation could cost Shell dear  Spokespeople available for interview