23 May 2013
Abubaker Ali Osman, a Somali engineer until recently living in Libya spoke to Amnesty International about living in a refugee camp in Tunisia.
The world is becoming an increasingly dangerous place for those on the move or uprooted from their homes by violence and persecution.
Just days before the Ukrainian capital Kyiv was due to host its first-ever Pride march, a city court has banned the event in what Amnesty International called a shameful about-face.
22 May 2013
Amnesty International’s Donatella Rovera talks about the situation of millions of Syrians who were forced to seek shelter in other parts of the country and abroad.
Zimbabwe's new constitution presents a golden opportunity for the country to break away from a culture of impunity for human rights violations, Amnesty International says.
A mobile alert app designed by Amnesty International to help protect human rights activists in danger is in the running for the prestigious Global Impact Award.
With 10 killings in their family in a little over a decade, the Barrios' story in Venezuela is hard to believe.
Nigerian authorities must not use the state of emergency imposed in the north of the country as an excuse to commit human rights violations, Amnesty International urges.
21 May 2013
Guatemala's Constitutional Court has overturned the recent conviction and sentencing of former military ruler Efrain Rios Montt for genocide and crimes against humanity.