Three activists were released on 5 October. Two other activists are still awaiting trial in Zinder.
Fernando Albán, councilman for Primero Justicia, died while in custody of the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service.
Islam Khalil, a former victim of an enforced disappearance, has been held in pre-trial detention on trumped-up charges.
Environmental defender Margoth Escobar could be at risk after her home was intentionally set on fire.
Abudujilili Supi, a Uighur man who has been working as a muezzin in Dubai, was taken away by Emirati police officers.
Papuan political activist, Yakonias Womsiwor has been suffering from severe pain in both his legs for more than two weeks
Imprisoned Iranian teacher and trade unionist Mohammad Habibi is being denied urgent specialized medical care.
Two farm workers, Sawin and Sukma, were arrested and detained for “insulting the national flag”, which they deny.
Two human rights defenders and UNHCR-recognized refugees, have been charged with immigration offences in Thailand.
Amnesty International believes that the court’s decision against the four human rights activists is baseless.