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Myanmar: Stop using repressive law against peaceful ...
15 October 2014

This briefing highlights concerns around ongoing arrests and charges brought against scores of peaceful protesters in 2014. These arrests and charges ...

Document       ASA 16/025/2014

Thailand: Alleged torture victim denied redress
14 October 2014

The Royal Thai Government should comply with its international human rights obligations to provide remedies and reparation to victims of torture or other ...

Public Statement       ASA 39/015/2014

Bangladesh: Stop them, now! Enforced disappearances ...
13 October 2014

Bangladeshi authorities must tackle a disturbing rise in enforced disappearances over the past two years, stop torture, and end their increasing ...

Report       ASA 13/005/2014

2014 World Day Against the Death Penalty: Protecting people ...
10 October 2014

This document provides an overview of the main issues relating to the use of the death penalty against people with mental or intellectual disabilities. ...

Document       ACT 51/005/2014

China: Detained for supporting Hong Kong protests
9 October 2014

At least 26 people, including several poets and artists, have been detained in Beijing for showing support for the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong ...

Urgent Action       ASA 17/053/2014

Afghanistan: 10-year old rape survivor faces 'honour' killing
9 October 2014

Brishna, a 10-year old girl from Kunduz province in Afghanistan was raped by a local mullah in May 2014. She is at risk of an “honour” killing by family ...

Urgent Action       ASA 11/013/2014

Myanmar: Further information: Rohingya activist conditionally ...
8 October 2014

Human rights defender U Kyaw Hla Aung has been released from prison in Myanmar as part of a Presidential amnesty. Before being released he was ...

Urgent Action       ASA 16/024/2014

Afghan President must stop executions
7 October 2014

Six men, including five convicted in a rape case, face execution in Afghanistan after an unfair trial. The men are due to be executed on 8 October.

Urgent Action       ASA 11/012/2014

Sri Lanka: Ensuring justice: Protecting human rights for Sri ...
7 October 2014

This briefing highlights a number of Amnesty International's human rights concerns in Sri Lanka. These include the failure to provide truth, justice and ...

Report       ASA 37/011/2014

Afghanistan: President Must Reverse Death Penalty Decision
3 October 2014

Amnesty International urges the new Afghan president to reverse the death sentence passed against six men and signed by President Hamid Karzai ...

Public Statement       ASA 11/011/2014