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Amnesty International has called for greater accountability for civilian casualties, after a US soldier killed 16 people in Kandahar province.
About 400 people are displaced every day in Afghanistan. With the conflict intensifying in recent years, entire communities have fled their homes in search ...
Report ASA 11/001/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. OP-ED. ASA 11/003/2012. Embargoed for 23 February 05.30 GMT / 10.00 Kabul time. Afghanistan ...
Document ASA 11/003/2012
Half a million Afghans displaced by fighting are struggling to survive in makeshift shelters let down by their government and international donors that ...
AI index: ASA 11/004/2012 CASE STUDIES (names have been changed) Amnesty International -'Fleeing War, Finding Misery: The plight of the ...
PressItem ASA 11/004/2012
Afghan authorities have failed to help some 500000 displaced people who are struggling to survive in Kabul slums, a new Amnesty report says.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. MEDIA ADVISORY. AI index: ASA 11/002/2012. 17 February 2012. Afghan istan: Misery as Refugee C risis G rows. ...
PressItem ASA 11/002/2012
Displaced Afghans, fleeing war for the relative safety of cities, are facing misery in urban slums.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA ADVISORY 1 December 2011. Index: ASA 11/008/2011. Bonn II: Don't sacrifice human ...
PressItem ASA 11/008/2011
To mark Eid, the Taleban leader Mullah Omar instructed his commanders to stem the rising number of civilian deaths in Afghanistan.