The decision by the Supreme Court of Spain to dismiss the charges against judge Baltazar Garzón for investigating human rights violations is good news but much more needs to be done to ensure justice in Spain, said Amnesty International today.
Half a million Afghans displaced by fighting are struggling to survive in makeshift shelters let down by their government and international donors that look the other way Amnesty International said in a new report released today.
Australia’s policy of placing asylum seekers in indefinite detention is traumatizing innocent people and jeopardizing their mental health, Amnesty International said after visiting some of the country’s most remote detention centres.
Authorities in Cuba are preventing members of the women's organization “Ladies in White” from entering a building in downtown Havana for an event commemorating the second anniversary of the death of activist Orlando Zapata Tamayo.
The London Conference on Somalia has not adequately tackled the dire human rights situation in the country which is threatening the lives of civilians including children, Amnesty International said today.
Tunisian authorities must drop the criminal charges against a newspaper publisher and two journalists for publishing a photograph of a German-Tunisian football player and his naked girlfriend, Amnesty International said after the trial was postponed.