• Oct 3 2015
  • 2:31pm
Afghanistan: bombing of the MSF hospital in Kunduz is 'dark day for humanitarianism'
Reason for repeated air strikes on the hospital must be independently investigated  
  • Oct 1 2015
  • 5:59pm
Afghanistan: harrowing testimonies from Kunduz tell of Taliban rape and death squads
Women activists hunted down with Taliban ‘hit list’
  • Oct 1 2015
  • 1:57pm
Sri Lanka: war crimes resolution at UN is 'turning point'
‘Sri Lanka has time and time again shown it is both unwilling and unable to investigate war crimes allegations against its own forces’ - David Griffiths
  • Sep 30 2015
  • 5:58pm
Central African Republic: New report gives blood diamond warning
·         Traders have purchased several million pounds-worth of diamonds without investigating links to armed groups
  • Sep 30 2015
  • 5:56pm
Boko Haram remains a deadly threat in the region despite military advances
·        At least 1,600 civilians killed by Boko Haram in last 4 months
  • Sep 30 2015
  • 5:38pm
Saudi Arabia: King Salman should refuse to ratify Ali Mohammed al-Nimr's death sentence
At least 134 people executed in Saudi Arabia so far this year  
  • Sep 30 2015
  • 1:13pm
France: Parliament must reject law that gives carte blanche to mass surveillance globally
French parliamentarians must reject a new bill allowing mass surveillance of communications “sent or received abroad” as it would give the government sweeping legal authority to interce
  • Sep 30 2015
  • 11:16am
Cuba must release graffiti artist jailed for painting Castros' names on pigs' backs
A Cuban graffiti artist who has been unfairly held in prison for nearly a year after he painted “Raúl” and “Fidel” on the backs of two pigs has been named as a prison
  • Sep 29 2015
  • 6:38pm
Afghanistan: Taliban going door-to-door in Kunduz
Taliban targeting  independent media Reports of Taliban posing as Red Cross workers
  • Sep 29 2015
  • 1:05pm
Central African Republic: New wave of killings shatters the peace
The new wave of violence which has left dozens of civilians dead and at least 100 injured highlights the fragility of the reconciliation process and the urgent need for enhanced protection of civil