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A life sentence handed today to a Qatari poet has all the hallmarks of an outrageous betrayal of free speech, Amnesty International has said.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: MDE 22/003/2012. 28 November 2012. Qatar should take ...
Public Statement MDE 22/003/2012
A poet facing a secret trial in Qatar after being detained since last year is a possible prisoner of conscience and must be released immediately and ...
A poet facing a secret trial in Qatar after being detained since last year is a possible prisoner of conscience.
Qatari poet Mohammed al-Ajami has been detained since November 2011 and is currently on trial for reportedly “inciting to overthrow the ruling regime ...
Urgent Action MDE 22/002/2012
In this briefing Amnesty International addresses some of its main concerns in relation to torture and other ill-treatment including corporal punishment, ...
Document MDE 22/001/2012
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
Repression and state violence is likely to continue to plague the Middle East and North Africa in 2012 unless governments in the region and international ...
Al-Obeidi, who publically accused Libyan soldiers of rape, has been deported to eastern Libya against her will.
Sultan al-Khalaifi, who is a Qatari blogger and the founder of a human rights organization, was released without charge on 1 April 2011.
Urgent Action MDE 22/002/2011