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حان الوقت لرد عالمي على المشكلات العالمية - 10 December 2008

آيرين خان، الأمينة العامة لمنظمة العفو الدولية رسالة آيرين خان عن قضايا حقوق الإنسان في جميع أنحاء العالم خلال احتفالات منظمة العفو الدولية بالذكرى الستون للإعلان العالمي لحقوق الإنسان

حوالي 180 قتيلاً في هجمات مومباي - 1 December 2008

بلغ عدد من لاقوا حتفهم جراء الهجمات المختلفة بعد 60 ساعة من الحصار في مومباي، بحسب التصريحات الرسمية، نحو 180 قت عدد من لاقوا حتفهم جراء الهجمات المختلفة بعد 60 ساعة من الحصار في مومباي بلغ، بحسب التصريحات الرسمية، نحو 180 قتيلاً

هجمات متعددة في مومباي تؤدي الي مقتل 143 شخصاً - 28 November 2008

قُتل ما لا يقل عن 143 شخصاً وأصيب 300 بجروح في هجمات متعددة وقعت في مومباي.

Inde. L'arrêt de la Cour suprême sur les personnes transgenres doit mener à l'abrogation de l'incrimination de l'homosexualité

La reconnaissance par la Cour suprême des droits fondamentaux des personnes transgenres améliorerait le quotidien d'un million de personnes, a déclaré Amnesty International Inde mardi 15 avril. La reconnaissance par la Cour suprême des droits fondamentaux des personnes transgenres améliorerait le quotidien d'un million de personnes, a déclaré Amnesty International Inde mardi 15 avril

India: La sentencia del Tribunal Supremo sobre personas transgénero debe llevar a la derogación de la criminalización de la homosexualidad

El reconocimiento de los derechos humanos de las personas transgénero por parte del Tribunal Supremo podría mejorar la vida de un millón de personas, ha declarado hoy Amnistía Internacional India. El reconocimiento de los derechos humanos de las personas transgénero por parte del Tribunal Supremo podría mejorar la vida de un millón de personas, ha declarado hoy Amnistía Internacional In

India: Supreme Court transgender verdict must lead to repeal of criminalization of homosexuality

A millions lives would improve thanks to Supreme Court's recognition of transgender people’s human rights, Amnesty International India said today. A millions lives would improve thanks to Supreme Court's recognition of transgender people’s human rights, Amnesty International India said today. 

India: Commutation of another death sentence must spur rethink on death penalty

A decision by India’s Supreme Court today to commute the death sentence of Devender Pal Singh Bhullar, on the grounds of mental illness and delay in the disposal of his mercy petition, should lead authorities to reconsider the use of the death penalty in India, Amnesty International India said today. A decision by India’s Supreme Court today to commute the death sentence of Devender Pal Singh Bhullar, on the grounds of mental illness and delay in the disposal of his mercy petition, should lead

India: La conmutación de otra condena de muerte debe animar a reconsiderar la pena capital

El hecho de que el Tribunal Supremo de India haya decidido hoy conmutar a Devender Pal Singh Bhullar la condena de muerte por motivos de salud mental y por la tardanza en rechazarse su solicitud de indulto ha de llevar a las autoridades a reconsiderar el uso de la pena capital en India, ha manifestado Amnistía Internacional India hoy. El hecho de que el Tribunal Supremo de India haya decidido hoy conmutar a Devender Pal Singh Bhullar la condena de muerte por motivos de salud mental y por la tardanza en rechazarse su solicitud de

India’s next Prime Minister must show evidence of commitment to human rights

Amnesty International India is asking the declared and probable Prime Ministerial candidates of various political parties to clarify their positions on key human rights issues ahead of parliamentary elections in April and May.   Amnesty International India is asking the declared and probable Prime Ministerial candidates of various political parties to clarify their positions on key human rights issues ahead of parliamentar

India: More transparency needed over migrant deaths in Gulf - 21 February 2014

Headline Title:  India: More transparency needed over migrant deaths in Gulf The government of India should provide more detailed information about the circumstances of deaths in Qatar and other Gulf countries, Amnesty International India said today.    The government of India should provide more detailed information about the circumstances of deaths in Qatar and other Gulf countries, Amnesty International India said today.    Media Node:  India migrants in Qatar Story Location:  India 21° 21' 35.964" N, 78° 0' 10.548" E “Instead of simply saying that such deaths are normal, the Indian government should provide clearer and more transparent information because at this point, we are unable to say how these deaths took place - whether on construction worksites, in labour camps, road accidents or as a result of natural causes ” Source:  Nikhil Eapen, Spokesperson, Amnesty International India Date:  Fri, 21/02/2014 URL:  Qatar: End corporate exploitation of migrant construction workers Description:  News story, 17 November 2013 URL:  The Dark Side of Migration: Spotlight on Qatar’s construction sector ahead of the World Cup Description:  Report, 17 November 2013 URL:  Exploited and struggling to survive in Qatar Description:  Feature, 17 November 2013

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