Apr 01 2005 12:00 am
Zimbabwe: More than 250 Women's rights's rightss rights's rights's rights's rights arrested, some badly beaten
According to reports received by Amnesty International, police beat several of the Women's rights's rightss rights's rights's rights's rights during and after arrest. Some were beaten on their buttock...
Apr 01 2005 12:00 am
Sudan: Historic ICC referral welcome but dismay at US efforts to undermine court
Amnesty International UK Director Kate Allen said: "The ICC provides the best chance we have of justice for Darfur - an opportunity for the world to show that it has the means and the will to combat t...
Apr 01 2005 12:00 am
Brazil: 30 murdered by Rio death squad
Reports indicate that the victims were indiscriminately shot by a group of men from a moving car, in Rio’s Baixada Fluminense area. According to reports, the Rio state Secretary for Public Security...
Mar 31 2005 12:00 am
Israel/Occupied Territories: New report reveals misery of Palestinian Women's rights's rightss rights's rights's rights's rights's lives under occupation
The human rights organisation is calling on Israel to lift blockades and restrictions in the Occupied Territories and to ensure prompt passage and access to adequate medical facilities for pregnant Wo...
Mar 30 2005 12:00 am
Zimbabwe: Fresh warning that free and fair elections impossible amid human rights violations
During a research trip to Zimbabwe last month, Amnesty International delegates gathered evidence of continued government intimidation and arrest of opposition candidates and supporters, manipulation o...
Mar 30 2005 12:00 am
UN Commission on human rights must act on Nepal test case
Amnesty International Secretary General Irene Khan said: "Responsibility to avoid selectivity and double standards rests with each member. "Each member that calls on the Commission to address some hum...
Mar 30 2005 12:00 am
Sudan: Refer crimes to ICC but grant no immunity, says Amnesty
But the organisation warned of a dangerous precedent that could be set if peacekeepers from states that have not ratified the Rome Statute are granted immunity. Amnesty's call came as the House of Com...
Mar 23 2005 12:00 am
Kenya: Foreign agents conducting secret 'war on terror' interrogations in Kenya's 'crackdown' on terrorism
The allegations are made in a new report published by Amnesty International today (23 March), which looks at human rights violations committed as part of Kenya’s ‘crackdown’ on terrorism since t...
Mar 22 2005 12:00 am
Serbia and Montenegro: Failure to deal with legacy of war crimes condemned in new report
While welcoming steps towards fulfilling some of SCG’s human rights commitments, Amnesty International is concerned that limited progress in many areas such as full cooperation with the Internationa...
Mar 21 2005 12:00 am
UK: International Arts competition launched to commemorate executed writer Ken Saro-Wiwa
Ken Livingstone, Anita Roddick and Ken Wiwa (Ken Saro-Wiwa’s son) will be launching a ground-breaking public art initiative at a fundraising event featuring prominent writers, activists, musicians a...