On 17 April, days before the scheduled date of the Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix (20-22 April), Amnesty International is releasing a new report Flawed Reforms: Bahrain fails to achieve justice for protesters.
The Tunisian National Constituent Assembly must use the drafting of the new Constitution to prevent a repetition of the widespread abuses that took place under former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Amnesty International said today in a new briefing.
The Bahraini authorities must immediately and unconditionally release a prominent human rights activist whose health is rapidly deteriorating as he passes his 60th day of hunger strike, Amnesty International said today.
Authorities across the Americas must take urgent action to protect the rights of the most vulnerable people in the region, said Amnesty International in a new paper released ahead of the VI Summit of the Americas.
A deal that will see US forces handing over Bagram detainees to the Afghan government fails to respect the rights of captives, leaving them at risk of torture and other mistreatment, Amnesty International has warned.
Wednesday’s decision by the International Criminal Court (ICC) ordering Libya to surrender Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi immediately is a step forward for justice and accountability, Amnesty International said today.