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British man in secret detention in Ethiopia six months after rendition

‘I appeal to the UK to not forget Andy and to make every effort to ensure his safety’ - partner of Andargachew Tsege

Protection plan for Afghanistan a 'glimmer of hope at a bleak year's end'

Amnesty International today welcomed the publication of an

Iran: child offender among ten Kurds on hunger strike facing execution

‘It is truly deplorable that the Iranian authorities are playing games with the lives of these men in such a manner’ - Hassiba Hadj Sahraou i

Jimmy Mubenga case: Extremely disappointing verdict, says Amnesty

Responding to the news that three employees from security firm G4S have been found not guilty of the manslaughter of Angolan national Jimmy Mubenga on a flight from London Heathrow in 2010, Amnesty

Pakistan: Sickening Taliban school attack highlights vulnerability of civilians

The Taliban attack on a school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar today shows a merciless disregard for human life and highlights the urgent need for protection of civilians in the area, Amnesty Int

Yemen: point-blank killing of Southern Movement activist must be investigated

‘This shocking, deliberate killing appears to be an extrajudicial execution prompted by Khaled Al-Junaidi’s peaceful activism’ - Said Boumedouha

Lord Mayor lays flowers at unmarked mass graves to remember Belfast's ‘forgotten babies’

Amnesty calls for inquiry into Mother and Baby Homes in Northern Ireland

Brazil: Truth Commission opens route to justice for victims of military rule

Today’s presentation of the final report of Brazil’s National Truth Commission ( Comissão Nacional da Verdade , CNV ) marks an historic step in the country’s

West Bank: call for independent investigation into protest death of Palestinian minister

‘This appears to be a tragedy that could have been avoided’ - Philip Luther