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Amnesty International is urging NATO leaders to protect human rights and ensure security for the people of Afghanistan as they prepare for the 2010 NATO Lisbon ...
Leaders urged to improve accountability for Afghan and international military forces and tackle arbitrary detention and torture.
Ref: TIGO IOR 30/2010.001. AI Index: IOR 30/002/2010. Mr Anders Fogh Rasmussen. NATO Secretary General. NATO Headquarters. Blvd Leopold III. 1110 Brussels. Belgium ...
Open Letter IOR 30/002/2010
US authorities urged to address human rights violations committed against Canadian national in spite of him pleading guilty to the charges against him at a Guantánamo ...
Campaigners and voters also face threats and violence from the Taleban and other insurgent groups in the run-up to this month's parliamentary elections.
Amnesty International condemns the executions of two people for 'eloping', carried out in a Taleban-controlled village in the province of Kunduz.
Amnesty International calls for prosecutions following the release of a UN report showing a rise in targeted killings of Afghan civilians.
US military files on the war from 2004-2009, released by website Wikileaks, show that leaders did not know what was happening on the ground.
Plans for a peace deal with the Taleban in Afghanistan could seriously jeopardize the rights of the Afghan people, in particular Afghan women, unless concrete human ...
OPEN LETTER TO DELEGATES OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AFGHANISTAN, KABUL, 20 JULY 2010. 16 July 2010. ASA 11/009/2010. “Afghan ...
Open Letter ASA 11/009/2010