9 April 2010
Hafez Ibrahim was sentenced to death in Yemen in 2005 at the age of 17. He was pardoned two years later after the organization campaigned on his behalf.
Hunger strikers protesting against their detention without trial are among those who have faced intimidation after visiting refugee camps in Algeria.
Members of human rights organization Social Action were stopped and detained earlier this month after leaving their office.
The government has begun a blanket suspension of the assessment of new claims by Afghan and Sri Lankan nationals.
8 April 2010
Nida Khyani, a female Provincial Council member, was left in critical condition after being attacked in a drive-by shooting in Pul-e-Khumri.
Police and security forces urged not to use excessive force while restoring public order after three days of violent unrest.
7 April 2010
Amnesty International urges the Ugandan authorities to provide support for women seeking justice for sexual and domestic violence.
Amnesty International is calling on European nations to take concrete action to break the cycle of discrimination, poverty and exclusion experienced by Romani communities in Europe.
Over 100 people were killed in suicide bomb and other attacks mounted by armed groups in and around Baghdad in the last week.