Authorities urged to protect the right to peaceful protest as clashes erupt with organized groups of pro-government supporters attacking protesters in Cairo and across Egypt.
The army must continue respecting peaceful protest as people across the country hold their biggest demonstration yet.
Government action against Al Jazeera and its journalists are attempts to close down reporting of street protests and the free flow of information.
A slideshow of images from throughout Egypt's mass anti-government demonstrations that started on 25 January 2011.
Authorities urged to act to prevent further deaths of protesters, amid continuing nationwide protests against poverty, police abuse and corruption.
Tawakkol Karman received a death threat from a high-ranking official for her role in the continuing demonstrations in the country.
Amnesty International reveals how security forces used disproportionate force to disperse protesters and in some cases fired on fleeing protesters and bystanders.
Reports of ongoing demonstrations in Egypt today follow a day of protest that saw at least three deaths, beatings of detainees and 500 protesters arrested.
Demonstrations against unemployment, police abuses and corruption are planned in Egypt, but opposition activists have reportedly been threatened with arrest.
Yemeni activists detained in anti-government protests this weekend tell Amnesty International they fear the authorities' crackdown on freedom of expression will worsen amid growing calls for reform.
Amnesty International's human rights plan urges new government to make fundamental and lasting reforms of the country's repressive security and justice system.
New caretaker government frees some of those detained during the rule of the country's recently ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
Amnesty international has condemned the death sentence imposed on a man found guilty of sectarian killings in Egypt and called on the authorities there to stop circumventing the criminal justice system by using emergency courts.
Amnesty International has reiterated its call on the Tunisian authorities to respect human rights amid a renewed wave of anti-government protests across the country today.
Amnesty International condemns the Bahraini authorities' forcible removal of a peaceful protest camp in the centre of the capital Manama that has reportedly left three people dead.