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Papua New Guinea must not restart executions

14 July 2009

The Papua New Guinea government should abolish the death penalty instead of putting it back into effect, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International said in a joint

Iran: Hundreds of detainees at risk of torture and other ill-treatment: list of detainees

13 July 2009

Following the mass arrests of demonstrators and opposition activists in Iran over recent weeks in connection with the disputed presidential election, Amnesty Interna

UK government must launch investigation into its role in overseas torture

10 July 2009

Mounting evidence, including a statement by former Shadow Home Secretary David Davis, suggests that UK authorities expolited the torture of terrorism suspects by forei

Iranian security forces use tear gas against demonstrators marking 18 Tir anniversary

10 July 2009

Amnesty International has condemned the excessive use of force by Iranian security forces against demonstrators in Tehran commemorating the tenth anniversary of 18 T

China must end persecution of sentenced earthquake survivor He Hongchun

10 July 2009

The Chinese authorities should ensure that May 2008 Sichuan earthquake survivor He Hongchun will not be subjected to any further punishment and that the conditi

Seven religious minority members face execution in Iran

10 July 2009

Seven members of Iran's Baha’i religious minority could face the death penalty if convicted on Saturday.

Hundreds of Peru’s poor, rural and Indigenous pregnant women die in health service lottery

9 July 2009

A new Amnesty International report explores the high levels of maternal mortality amongst women from excluded or marginalized communities.

Zimbabwe needs an impartial and independent police oversight body

9 July 2009

Amnesty International has called on the Zimbabwean government to put in place an impartial and independent police oversight body.

Proposed Vedanta mine threatens livelihoods and cultural identity of indigenous community in India

9 July 2009

The Indian government should immediately withdraw the clearance granted to a massive mining project that threatens the lives and livelihoods of a protected indigenous

Iranian government must allow peaceful commemorations of 18 Tir events

9 July 2009

Demonstrations planned to mark the tenth anniversary of the brutal suppression of student-led protests by security forces in Iran, must be allowed to go ahead peaceful

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