ARTICLES RELATING TO AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

Report suggests torture widespread in war-torn Ukraine

2016-07-22 09:55

A new report suggests the detention and torture of civilians has become common in Ukraine torn by a separatist war in the east.

Amnesty documents 'chilling' abuses by armed groups in Syria

2016-07-05 09:41

Amnesty International says some opposition groups in Syria have adopted methods of abuse similar to those employed by the government, after documenting a "chilling" wave of torture, abductions and summary killings in insurgent-controlled areas.

Malawi court slaps albino 'terrorist' with life imprisonment

2016-06-16 12:54

A court in Malawi's city of Mzuzu has sentenced to life imprisonment Sam Kaumba, 33, for attempting to kill an albino.

Malawian media told to stop reporting on albino attacks

2016-06-09 11:28

Media houses throughout Malawi have reportedly been urged to halt coverage on albino attacks in the country, Malawi24 reports.

Amnesty: 1.2 million Afghans internally displaced

2016-05-31 17:29

Amnesty International has urges the Afghan government and the international community to tackle the country's growing crisis of those displaced by war.

Rights group urges halt of arms deals to Egypt over abuses

2016-05-25 07:13

Britain-based Amnesty International is calling on EU member states to halt arms sales to Egypt over human rights abuses it characterises as "fuelling killings and torture."

25 years in jail for men who killed albino teen in Malawi

2016-05-05 11:27

A court in Malawi has sentenced two men to 25 years in jail for the murder of a 17-year-old albino boy, a report says.

Rights group Amnesty slams Egypt

2016-04-26 18:56

Rights group Amnesty International has accused Egypt of 'paranoia' in its crackdown to prevent protests the previous day against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's government.

Disappearances blamed on police deepen Burundi fear

2016-04-14 05:16

A Burundi activist group says hundreds of people have recently disappeared at the hands of police as the country reels from unrest.

Amnest accuses Nigeria leader of failure

2016-03-14 19:58

Amnesty International says Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has failed to prosecute soldiers who killed hundreds of detainees despite promises to end the impunity.

 

'Unprecedented spike' in Egypt disappearances

2016-07-13 16:45

Egypt's police have been implicated in an "unprecedented spike" in enforced disappearances since early 2015.

Amnesty International demands immediate release of newspaper owner

2016-06-29 13:37

Amnesty International has demanded the "immediate and unconditional" release of the owner of The Post newspaper, Fred M'membe, his wife Mutinta and the newspaper's deputy managing editor, Joseph Mwenda.

AI: Rights of people with albinism in Malawi must be guaranteed

2016-06-15 16:13

Malawian officials must keep their promises and tackle discrimination and attacks on people living with albinism, Amnesty International has said.

Malawi albinos face 'unprecedented' killings

2016-06-07 20:57

Albinos in Malawi are being targeted in an 'unprecedented wave of brutal attacks', Amnesty International says, blaming police for failing to tackle a scourge fuelled by ritual practices.

Prisoners 'tortured' in South Sudan shipping container prisons

2016-05-27 08:46

Dozens of prisoners in South Sudan are being held in conditions amounting to torture, crammed into metal containers in baking heat with minimal water and food, Amnesty International says.

Boko Haram leaders arrested; dozens of captives freed

2016-05-15 07:12

The multinational forces fighting the Islamic extremists of Boko Haram have arrested five of the group's leaders and freed dozens of captive women and children.

Police recover bones of missing albino toddler in Malawi

2016-04-29 12:18

Police in Malawi have recovered the bones of a 23-month-old missing albino child, several weeks after her mother found the baby’s skull, teeth and clothes in the Kasungu district.

Amnesty uncovers mass slaughter of hundreds in Nigeria's Zaria

2016-04-22 12:31

The mass slaughter of hundreds of men, women and children by Nigerian troops has been exposed by human rights organisation, Amnesty International, with the group claiming that soldiers burned people alive and dumped bodies in mass graves.

Angola book club members convicted

2016-03-29 23:35

Seventeen members of the Luanda Book Club have been sentenced to jail after being convicted for reading a book on non-violent resistance.

Burundi buried suspects without notifying families

2016-03-11 05:36

Burundi's attorney general has acknowledged that the government buried dozens of suspected rebels who died after attacks on four military bases without notifying their families.

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