26 July 2010
Camboya: Debe haber más enjuiciamientos tras la condena de un miembro del Jemer Rojo (comunicado de prensa)
Famoso jefe del Jemer Rojo juzgado en Camboya (noticia, 30 de marzo de 2009)Cambodia: After 30 years Khmer Rouge crimes on trial (informe, 27 de marzo de 2009)
Nigeria’s police and military routinely torture women, men, and children – some as young as 12 – using a wide range of methods including beatings, shootings and rape... Read more »
The Guatemalan government is fuelling the fires of conflict by failing to consult local communities before awarding mining licences to companies.
A Thai court’s decision to uphold a 10-year prison sentence given to an editor and social activist for allegedly insulting the royal family continues the relentless erosion of... Read more »
Ireland’s latest guidelines on abortion are mere window-dressing that will confuse health professionals and endanger women’s lives and rights.
The Egyptian authorities are putting at risk the life of a jailed activist, whose health has sharply deteriorated after more than 230 days on hunger strike, by denying him... Read more »