Six civil society activists are arrested and the government takes over a rights organization in the United Arab Emirates.
Security forces must not respond with violence to mass demonstrations planned across the country on Friday.
Yemeni authorities urged to ensure the safety of a prominent human rights activist accused of passing information to the UN.
Testimonies and case studies from the report, ‘Days of Rage: Protests and Repression in Iraq’
At least 171 people are believed to have been killed during three weeks of unrest in Syria, Amnesty International said today after more deaths during protests.
The Egyptian authorities should scrap a draft law aimed at criminalizing strikes and protests, Amnesty International said ahead of demonstrations against the law.
The reimposition of 20-year jail terms on seven leaders of Iran's Baha'i religious minority is “outrageous”, says Amnesty International.
The Syrian government's pledge to lift the country's long-standing state of emergency must be swiftly backed up with concrete steps, Amnesty International said.
At least 55 people are believed to have been killed during a week of unrest in and around the Syrian town of Dera’a, Amnesty International said today.
The decision comes amid concern at mass human rights violations committed during an ongoing crackdown on dissent and an increased use of the death penalty.
The Syrian government must ensure its security forces end attacks on protesters and others during ongoing unrest, Amnesty International says amid reports of mass casualties.
Amnesty International condems deadly attack on a mosque by Syrian security forces as suspected dissidents are rounded up.
At least six anti-government protesters have died after security forces opened fire on demonstrators during continuing unrest in the southern city of Dera'a.
Amnesty International calls on the Moroccan authorities to allow mass peaceful demonstrations planned for this Sunday to go ahead peacefully.
Amnesty International has urged the Syrian authorities to reveal the whereabouts of at least 21 protesters who have been missing since they were arrested following demonstrations earlier this week.
Witnesses describe violence against Bahraini protesters to Amnesty International.
Bahraini protesters tell Amnesty International of bloody scenes on the streets as government security forces step up their violent crackdown on demonstrations.
Amnesty International urges the Yemeni authorities to punish security forces responsible for the killings of at least eight anti-government demonstrators over the weekend.
Authorities urged to hold security forces accountable after hundreds of protesters are injured during demonstrations in the capital.
Four men released on Thursday were among at least 10 detained while returning home from a protest against unemployment, government corruption and poor social services.