The UN Security Council and African Union (AU) must take immediate action to halt indiscriminate attacks in Southern Kordofan.
Refugees at Sudan's Shagarab camp are being kidnapped and trafficked to Egypt where they are held for ransom and horrifically abused.
Over 118 more reportedly remain in arbitrary detention in connection with the Blue Nile and Southern Kordofan conflicts.
An Amnesty International briefing says that multiple large-scale attacks are being carried out against civilians in the worst instance of violence in years.
A new Amnesty International report says Victoire Ingabire must be allowed an appeal that meets international fair trial standards after being convicted and sentenced to eight years in prison.
A new Amnesty International report says that reckless and illegal arms supplies from Europe, Africa and China continue to fuel grave human rights abuses in the country.
Bosco Ntaganda, accused of human rights violations in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, has handed himself over to the US Embassy in Rwanda. Here are 10 facts about the DRC.
Prominent human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa who was denied bail at a court appearance today must be immediately and unconditionally released.
The US and Rwandan authorities must ensure that Bosco Ntaganda’s rights are protected pending his transfer to the ICC, where he can face a fair trial for war crimes.
The alert issued by Zimbabwe police on state television implying that prominent human rights defender Jestina Mukoko was on the run from the law is a new low in the recent crackdown on dissent.
No one knows the global arms trade’s devastating effects more vividly than those who live and work on the front lines of armed conflict and in areas ravaged by small arms violence.
Mozambican man’s death exposes violent police conduct in South Africa
Cell phone footage apparently showing South African police tying a Mozambican man to the back of a police vehicle and dragging him down the road are “shocking”
A repressive cycle of widespread human rights violations by the armed forces is making reconciliation in Côte d'Ivoire ever more elusive.
Tensions are spiraling in South Sudan’s western Bahr El Ghazal state following a series of arrests by the state authorities and a security clampdown that has left 24 dead and more than 60 injured.
Sudanese authorities must halt the execution of a Darfuri activist whose sentence was changed from 10 years' imprisonment to death, Amnesty International has urged.
Angola must not send to the Democratic Republic of Congo nine detainees held on charges in connection with allegedly attempting to destabilise the government there.
More attacks by the police on Zimbabwean human rights defenders cast doubt on the country’s ability to hold a credible constitutional referendum and election this year
Halting the use of child soldiers in conflicts is just one of a series of compelling reasons for states to adopt a strong Arms Trade Treaty.
The appointment of a new hangman raises fears that the country may be preparing to start executions again after a seven year hiatus.