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When Jabeur Mejri, a Tunisian blogger, expressed views online that were deemed offensive to Islam, it cost him his freedom.
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Amnesty International is calling for the mass riot charges to be dropped against all Bolotnaya defendants.
16 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
The world has lost one of our most visionary leaders - a man who dedicated his life to the fight to protect and promote human rights; not just in his own troubled country, but in every country.
Two years ago when I was working in Amnesty International , one of my colleagues voluntarily took the responsibility of drafting an email for international members of Amnesty International on the occasion of International Human Rights Day.
The civilian population of the Central African Republic is in urgent need of protection, Amnesty International said today from the capital Bangui, four days into the worst spate of violence in the conflict to date.
The human rights group Amnesty International has announces that it is taking legal action against the UK government over concerns its communications have been illegally accessed by UK intelligence services.
Torture and ill-treatment were routinely used by the state to terrorize the Libyan people under al-Gaddafi's brutal rule.
North Korea's vast infrastructure of repression is further exposed in new satellite images showing the on-going development of two of the country's largest political prison camps, Amnesty International discloses today.
Responding to the sad news of Nelson Mandela's death, Amnesty International paid tribute today to one of the world's most visionary leaders in the fight to protect and promote human rights.
A senior crisis response adviser at the United Kingdom-based Amnesty International has expressed concern about the security situation in the Central African Republic following fierce clashes between rival armed groups in the capital, Bangui.
Two satellite images of the same central area of Kwanliso 16 taken on May 18, 2011, and May 26, 2013.
The University of Colorado's student chapter of Amnesty International will be hosting its annual Write for Rights event Thursday to spread the word about human rights violations.