Egypt's security forces continue to kill protesters with the same brutal tactics used in Hosni Mubarak’s last days in power.
Saudi Arabian authorities are using a Riyadh court established to fight terrorism to try peaceful protesters.
Syrian women who fled to Jordan speak out about the brutal violence of the Bashar al-Assad regime.
A shocking dispatch from the border with Syria reveals the extent and brutality of torture experienced by those arrested in the country.
A group of 14 Syrian activists was arrested during a raid on Syrian Centre for Media and Freedom of Expressionin Damascus.
Hundreds have been killed and injured amid the Syrian army's continued shelling of civilian neighbourhoods in Homs.
A year after pro-reform protests began in Bahrain, the government is far from delivering human rights change.
Iran has mounted a crackdown on opposition protesters ahead of a Green Movement rally on 14 February.
Talks are under way at the UN to agree a comprehensive treaty to regulate the global arms trade, due to be finalized later this year.
Amnesty International led rallies in cities across the world as a Global Day of Action in solidarity with the protesters of the Middle East and North Africa.
A global day of action will be held in nearly 20 countries on 11 February in solidarity with protesters in the Middle East and North Africa.
Amnesty International has called on Russia to make it clear to the Syrian government that the assault on the city of Homs must end immediately.
The Egyptian authorities are using a Mubarak-era law to prosecute civil society.
Russia and China have again vetoed a UN Security Council resolution on Syria, the day after a military assault killed scores of civilians in Homs.
A run-down of the human rights situation in Yemen one year after pro-reform protests began.
Russia is urged not to block the UN Security Council's efforts to end human rights violations in Syria.
Fadhila Mubarak's 18-month sentence for taking part in 2011's pro-reform demonstrations and listening to 'revolutionary' music has been upheld.
The Bahraini authorities must investigate reports of more than a dozen deaths following the security forces' use of tear gas.
Most of Egypt's political parties have pledged human rights change, but have been ambiguous on some issues including women's rights.