7 April 2010
Over 100 people were killed in suicide bomb and other attacks mounted by armed groups in and around Baghdad in the last week.
Attempts by police to end protests in the capital Bishkek and other cities have reportedly left 17 people dead and many more injured.
A leaked classified US military video appears to show the 2007 attacks in which up to a dozen people, including a journalist and his driver, were killed.
Myanmar's human rights record should be at the top of the agenda for Southeast Asian states attending the organization's summit in Ha Noi.
6 April 2010
The scale of the devastation caused by aerial bombardments of the northern Yemeni region of Sa’dah is revealed in images obtained by Amnesty International.
Scores of Tabu families have lost their homes since November 2009 and it appears that many more evictions may be planned.
More than 90 people were detained in Cairo for taking part in demonstrations calling for political reform on Tuesday.
1 April 2010
Police had barred visitors from entering Dr Shahidul Alam's 'Crossfire' exhibition in Dhaka for over a week.
At least three individuals seen as opposed to President Hugo Chávez were arrested and charged in March alone.
31 March 2010
Artist Owen Maseko was arrested after participating in a show depicting atrocities that took place in the Matabeleland region in the 1980s.