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.
A year after the uprising, Egypt's security forces continue to kill protestors with the same brutal tactics used in Hosni Mubarak’s last days in power, Amnesty International said after concluding riot police yet again used excessive force in policing protests in Cairo and Suez.
The trial before a state security court of a Saudi Arabian school teacher arrested nearly a year ago after he arrived to demonstrate on the “Day of Rage” in Riyadh is an affront to his basic rights, Amnesty International said today.
Thousands of activists are set to inundate Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos with faxes urging him to boost protection for a community in the country’s north-west seven years on from a massacre there that left several dead including four children.