The 2013 Annual Report on
Central African Republic is now live »
Thursday 17 July marks the tenth anniversary of the Rome Statute, the treaty that led to the establishment of the International Criminal Court.
Amnesty International has learnt that journalist Faustin Bambou was released on 23 February 2008. His release followed an announcement on the ...
Urgent Action AFR 19/002/2008
On 28 January 2008, after an unfair trial, journalist Faustin Bambou was sentenced to six months' imprisonment and a symbolic fine of one CFA Franc ...
Urgent Action AFR 19/001/2008
Tchad. L'escalade de violence rend nécessaire le déploiement d'une force des Nations unies, équipée de moyens suffisants
Press Release AFR 20/012/2007
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: AFR 20/012/2007 (Public). News Service No: 230. 29 November 2007. ...
Children live in peril in the northern Central African Republic (CAR). In the ongoing armed conflict there, children have been abducted by armed bandits ...
Report AFR 19/006/2007
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: AFR 01/008/2007 (Public). News Service No: 221. 14 November 2007. ...
Press Release AFR 01/008/2007
1) Fear and violence in the wild north 2) Bush gives green light to CIA secret detention 3) Stop the Death Penalty -The World Decides: Why a global ...
Newsletter NWS 21/009/2007
Gangs of armed bandits are terrorizing the population of the Central African Republic (CAR) as the region is swamped by violence and lawlessness.
Report AFR 19/005/2007
Unlawful killings, abductions, destruction of private property and sexual violence against women by members of disparate armed groups and government ...
Report AFR 19/003/2007