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Gaza: attacks on UN school and power plant are likely war crimes

‘If the strike on this school was the result of Israeli artillery fire it would constitute an indiscriminate attack and a likely war crime’ - Philip Luther

“Homophobia a problem for Northern Ireland”: says Belfast-bound Panti Bliss

Campaigning drag queen heads for Belfast to deliver Amnesty International Pride lecture

USA: fresh call for release of Chelsea Manning exactly one year after conviction

‘It is an absolute outrage that Chelsea Manning is currently languishing behind bars’ Erika Guevara Rosas

Kosovo: announcement that KLA to be indicted over killings strongly welcomed

‘This is hopefully a step towards justice for the families of up to 400 Kosovo Serbs believed to have been abducted by the KLA’ - Sian Jones

Burundi: Impending conflict fears as country terrorised by youth wing

Government’s youth wing kill, harass and beat opponents Public gatherings banned Political opponents arrested after speaking out

ICC's move to rubber-stamp Al-Senussi's trial in Libya is wrong decision

‘Today’s decision, which effectively sanctions unfair legal proceedings against Abdallah al-Senussi, is deeply troubling’ - Stephanie Barbour

Singapore athletes arrive for Glasgow 2014 as double execution scheduled

Glasgow welcomed team Singapore to the Commonwealth Games on Sunday as news of a reprehensible u-turn on the death penalty by the island nation reached Amnesty.