• Apr 16 2014
  • 12:49pm
Vanunu case: Israel should lift 'ludicrous' restrictions on nuclear whistleblower
Ten years after release, Mordechai Vanunu still banned from travelling or talking to journalists   Amnesty International is calling for “ludicrous” restrictions on the Israeli nuclear whistleblow...
  • Apr 15 2014
  • 4:51pm
India: Transgender ruling at odds with anti-gay law
Millions of lives will improve thanks to the Supreme Court's recognition of transgendered people’s human rights, Amnesty International said today. A two-judge bench of the Supreme Court ruled that discrimi...
  • Apr 14 2014
  • 7:28pm
Libya: trial of Saif Gaddafi and others by video link 'a farce'
The trial of former Libyan officials, including Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi, risks descending into a farce after the court ordered today that he and six other defendants be tried via video link, said Amnesty International.&...
  • Apr 14 2014
  • 5:32pm
Vietnam: Three POCs released but 70 remain jailed
The recent early release of three Vietnamese prisoners of conscience is welcome, but at least 70 others remain jailed for peacefully expressing their opinions, Amnesty International said today. The three prisoners, ...
  • Apr 14 2014
  • 11:17am
Coming soon: Sidelines – Amnesty International’s first ever football film festival
Amnesty International UK will be holding its first ever football film festival ‘Sidelines’ from 6-8 June - the weekend before the World Cup starts in Brazil - at Hackney Picturehouse in London. It will be a ...
  • Apr 14 2014
  • 12:00am
Algeria: pre-election clampdown exposes 'gaping holes' in human rights record
Authorities accused of ‘tightening their stranglehold on freedom of expression’ ahead of Thursday’s presidential election   Amnesty International has criticised Algeria’s clampdown on...
  • Apr 11 2014
  • 6:58pm
Egypt: New anti-terrorism laws could lead to mass death sentences
New counter-terrorism legislation set to be approved by Egypt’s president is deeply flawed and must be scrapped, said Amnesty International today. Two draft anti-terror laws, which were sent to interim president A...
  • Apr 11 2014
  • 6:23pm
Brazil: Human rights under threat ahead of the World Cup
The rights to freedom of expression and peaceful protest are under threat in Brazil, said Amnesty International today, two months ahead of the start of the 2014 Football World Cup.   The Brazilian government is ...
  • Apr 10 2014
  • 10:33am
Egypt: 'Vindictive farce' prosecution of Al Jazeera journalists must end
Amnesty trial observer in court today – available for interview As the trial of three Al Jazeera journalists charged with falsifying news and involvement with the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood movement resumes today...
  • Apr 9 2014
  • 12:24pm
Amnesty publishing new edition of its 'Fair Trial Manual'
Former Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer and renowned lawyer Gareth Peirce to speak at launch event   ‘The Fair Trial Manual is essential reading for anyone having to battle against injustic...

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