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Nov 17 2015 1:42 pm
Paris attacks: Failure to extend solidarity to refugees would be 'tragic victory for terror over humanity'

In the wake of last Friday’s atrocious attacks on Paris the EU must resist the urge to further seal off its external borders, which would continue to fuel a range of human rights abuses while

Nov 16 2015 5:25 pm
British and Irish governments must not trade away victims' rights in Stormont talks

NGOs have called on the Irish and British Governments to ensure that any legacy mechanisms that may be agreed at the negotiating table in this week’s Stormont talks are ‘human rights co

Nov 16 2015 9:54 am
G20 leaders must not use Paris tragedy to fuel anti-refugee agenda

World leaders must show true statesmanship and refrain from bowing to a knee-jerk anti-refugee agenda in the wake of the despicable attacks in

Nov 13 2015 5:32 pm
Chile: A 22-year-old woman arrested for having an abortion must be released

Woman under house arrest after hospital staff complained to the authorities

Nov 13 2015 2:26 pm
G20: Rich countries must pull a U-turn on shameful refugee response

The world’s wealthiest countries must end their shocking inaction and begin to lead a coordinated response to the spiralling global refugee crisis by proposing a concrete plan for resettling

Nov 13 2015 2:26 pm
G20: Rich countries must pull a U-turn on shameful refugee response

The world’s wealthiest countries must end their shocking inaction and begin to lead a coordinated response to the spiralling global refugee crisis by proposing a concrete plan for resettling

Nov 12 2015 6:24 pm
West Bank: Israel's Hebron hospital killing may amount to extrajudicial execution

‘The fact that Abdullah Shalaldah was shot in the head and upper body suggests this was an extrajudicial execution’ - Philip Luther

Nov 12 2015 4:17 pm
Qatar: new appeal for release of man jailed for 15 years for reciting a poem

‘It is tragic and absurd that Mohammed al-‘Ajami has been languishing in prison for nearly four years’ - James Lynch

Nov 12 2015 2:10 pm
China: Justice system heavily reliant on torture and forced confessions - new report

“In a system where even lawyers can end up being tortured by the police, what hope can ordinary defendants have?” – Patrick Poon

Nov 12 2015 11:31 am
Modi visit: Cameron should raise concerns over crackdown on critics in India

On the first day of a three-day visit to London from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amnesty International has said Prime Minister David Cameron needs to do more than unfurl the red carpet for