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Four outstanding Spanish-language football films at Amnesty's Sidelines festival

Four outstanding Spanish language football films will feature at Amnesty International UK’s Sidelines film festival in London next month.

Russia and China's vetoing of Syria ICC vote condemned as 'callous'

‘The vetoes by Russia and China are a callous political move that betrays suffering people in Syria’ - Philip Luther

Russia: Anna Politkovskaya murder convictions fall short of full justice

‘Those who ordered her killing must be identified and face justice’ - Sergei Nikitin

Israeli nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu in bid to attend events in UK

Over 50 parliamentarians and Amnesty have invited banned whistleblower to London in June

Iran must halt tomorrow's execution of two men forced to confess to gas pipeline explosion on TV

‘The Iranian authorities are violating every rule in the book’ - Hassiba Hadj-Sahraoui

Sol Campbell champions Amnesty UK's first ever football film festival

Former England captain, Sol Campbell has thrown his support behind Amnesty International’s first ever football film festival, Sidelines, which is taking place in London ahead of the Brazil Wo

Syrian refugees in Lebanon forced to return to Syria because of lack of medical care - new report

‘Hospital treatment and more specialised care for Syrian refugees in Lebanon is woefully insufficient’ - Audrey Gaughran

Thailand: Martial law and media censorship 'deeply worrying'

The military in Thailand must ensure that human rights are protected and respected, following the imposition of Martial Law today, which grants the army sweeping powers, Amnesty International said.

Final call for Student Human Rights Journalism award backed by Unreported World and The Observer

Amnesty International and NUS today issued a final call for entries to the Student Human Rights Reporter of the Year award.