‘Two years of militia appeasement have led to a situation where abductions, torture and killings have become the norm in Libya’ - Hassiba Hadj Sahraoui
Thousands of Indonesian women trafficked to Hong Kong face slavery-like conditions as domestic workers, with both governments failing to protect them from widespread abuse and exploitation, Amnesty In
Afghan leaders meeting in Kabul this week should demand accountability for war crimes allegedly committed by US military forces in the country, said Amnesty International.
‘The “foreign agents law” was designed to stigmatise and discredit NGOs engaged in human rights’ - John Dalhuisen
1,000 held in metal containers, tents and dilapidated buildings at former military base
Amnesty International is calling for the immediate establishment of a UN peacekeeping force in the Central African Republic, as human rights abuses in the country reach unprecedented levels.
The execution of a Pakistani man in Indonesia on Sunday, carried out in secret, is a shocking and regressive step, said Amnesty International today.
Migrant workers report being ‘treated like cattle’ Subcontractors for Qatar Petroleum, Hyundai E&C and OHL Construction linked to exploitation
The international community must keep up pressure on the Sri Lankan government to address its human rights crisis, Amnesty International said as the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in