The 2013 Annual Report on
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Since Friday 1 February, thousands of families have been forcibly evicted by the authorities in the Cacuaco municipality of Luanda city, Angola. The families ...
Urgent Action AFR 12/002/2013
This document sets out some of Amnesty International's key initial concerns with the Angolan Draft Criminal Code in the context of Angola's international ...
Document AFR 12/001/2013
Report AFR 12/005/2012
António Alves Kamulingue and Isaías Sebastião Cassule have not been seen since they were abducted in the Angolan capital, Luanda, respectively ...
Urgent Action AFR 12/003/2012
As Angolans prepare to go to the polls in presidential and parliamentary elections on 31 August 2012, Amnesty International urges all presidential and ...
Open Letter AFR 12/002/2012
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
An attack on a group of youth activists in Luanda highlights the ongoing threats human rights defenders in Angola face.
In this submission, Amnesty International provides information regarding Angola's observance of its human rights obligations in terms of the African ...
Report AFR 12/001/2012
The planned forced evictions in the Arco Iris neighbourhood of Lubango, Angola, which were scheduled for 25 August, did not take place. Residents ...
Urgent Action AFR 12/003/2011
Some 750 families in Angola's southern city of Lubango have been ordered to leave their homes to make way for a new road.