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Five activists in Malawi were arrested and detained by police on Friday 14 October 2011 for engaging in a peaceful protest outside parliament in Lilongwe. They ...
Urgent Action AFR 36/003/2011
Five activists being held after a peaceful protest in Malawi's capital are prisoners of conscience.
Al-Bashir is due in Malawi for a trade summit, despite warrants for his arrest on charges of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
Demonstrations that were scheduled to take place in Malawi on 17 August 2011 were postponed by participants after a dialogue was facilitated between members of ...
Urgent Action AFR 36/002/2011
Malawians taking part in anti-government protests set for 17 August are at risk of being killed or injured by police.
Demonstrators may be at risk of being killed or seriously injured if police use excessive force to break up protests due to take place in Malawi on 17 August. In ...
Urgent Action AFR 36/001/2011
Eight people have been shot by security forces and 44 others, including six children, are being treated for gunshot wounds.
Two people have reportedly been killed and several journalists severly beaten by security forces as riots erupt across the country.
In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of various States about the ratification of international human rights standards ...
Document IOR 41/023/2010
Tiwonge Chimbalanga and Steven Monjeza were arrested in December two days after holding an engagement ceremony.