Black Libyans and sub-Saharan Africans suspected of being pro-Gaddafi are being targeted by anti-Gaddafi forces, Amnesty International says.
Amnesty International has evidence that pro-Gaddafi troops have been killing detainees in military camps in Tripoli, which constitutes a war crime.
Amnesty International's delegation in Libya has gathered testimonies from survivors of abuse at the hands of both pro-Gaddafi and rebel forces
Legal question answered about the pending ICC investigation into Libya's Colonel al-Gaddafi for alleged war crimes.
'Adel Walid Kharsa was arrested by security forces in Hama last week, seemingly in connection with his news reports on the protests.
Prolonged fighting in the Libyan capital endangers civilian lives and has the potential to create a humanitarian crisis.
Two prominent Bahraini women activists are to be tried before a military court, raising concerns that they will not receive a fair trial.
Activist Asmaa Mahfouz faces a military trial after expressing concerns about the Egyptian justice system on Twitter.
There are concerns for four young Syrian activists who have been arrested or gone missing in recent weeks amid an ongoing violent crackdown on protests.
Four men accused of taking part in violent clashes with security forces in northern Tunisia are facing military trials in Tunis.
Sheikh Tawfiq Jaber Ibrahim al-'Amr, who has been calling for reform, is said to have been arrested over statements he made in his sermons.
Libyan officials loyal to Colonel Mu'ammar al-Gaddafi allege that 85 people were killed this week in the area of Majar, south of Zlitan.
The UN Security Council must take decisive action and issue a legally-binding resolution on Syria, Amnesty International said today.
Two Bahraini MPs jailed during anti-government protests might still be facing criminal charges despite being released from prison this weekend.
Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the UK criticized the organization after it published its concerns that the law would stifle peaceful dissent.
The UN's response to the crackdown in Syria is disappointing and weak, and does not take any decisive action.
Two Bahraini women activists, both of whom allege they have been tortured in detention, have gone on hunger strike to protest against their imprisonment.
An eyewitness to the Syrian military crackdown on Hama describes how a young man was violently killed on his way to a hospital.
The former leaders of Tunisia and Egypt, both ousted in popular uprisings in recent months, are facing criminal trials for abuse of power.
The trial of former President Hosni Mubarak and other senior officials murder and attempted murder has begun in Cairo.