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Northern Ireland: NGO joint statement on political talks and dealing with the past - Human Rights Day, 2014

An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD, and the Prime Minister, David Cameron MP, are due to visit Belfast this

Chechnya: burning down homes after Grozny attack appears to be collective punishment

‘Punishing the relatives of those suspected of involvement in crimes is a flagrant violation of international law’ - John Dalh uisen

USA: Senate's summary report on CIA torture should lead to prosecutions

‘We still don't know how far Britain was dragged into the mire’ - Kate Allen

USA: Congress vote tomorrow must not 'open the floodgates' of weapons to Iraq and Syria

NDAA bill could place weapons in hands of human rights abusers

Israel's destruction of multi-storey buildings during Gaza conflict were war crimes - new report

‘The attacks were a collective punishment against the people of Gaza’ - Philip Luther

'The UK must not abandon Afghan women to the Taliban' - Olivia Colman

Actress speaks the words of Afghan women in BBC documentary on Radio Four tonight, 8pm

New call for release of British pensioner detained in Iraq for past five years

Ramze Shihab Amhed, detained since December 2009, received 15-year sentence after 15-minute trial

Free screening of North Korean film 48M - Tuesday 9 December, Shoreditch

To mark North Korean freedom week 2014, and a day ahead of international human rights day (10 December), Amnesty will be hosting a screening of acclaimed film ’48 M’.

ICC withdrawal of charges 'not a vindication of President Uhuru Kenyatta'

Justice for victims of the 2007-2008 post-election violence is still an urgent priority, Amnesty International said today, following a move by the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Crim