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A protester was severely injured in clashes with police in the western town of Safi and died four days later.
Amnesty International has urged Moroccan security forces not to use excessive force against protesters, as activists call for renewed pro-reform demonstrations.
In the last week, scores of protesters in Morocco have been physically assaulted by security forces. Nabil Talha, a student who was beaten and arrested on 22 May ...
Urgent Action MDE 29/006/2011
Several people were assaulted, arrested and detained by security forces on 22 May 2011 during peaceful protests in several Moroccan cities. Some have sustained ...
Urgent Action MDE 29/005/2011
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. Index: MDE 29/004/2011. Date: 17 May 2011. Moroccan authorities criticized for cracking down on Témara protests. ...
Public Statement MDE 29/004/2011
Morocco is due to prosecute a newspaper editor for his criticism of the country's counter-terrorism policies.
A Moroccan journalist set to go on trial tomorrow, apparently for criticizing Morocco's counter-terrorism law, must be released immediately and unconditionally ...
People first called for fundamental change in Tunisia at the end of 2010, the year covered by Amnesty International's latest annual worldwide survey of human rights ...
Report POL 10/012/2011
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: MDE 29/002/2011. Date: 15 April 2011. Morocco royal pardon an encouraging step. Amnesty ...
Public Statement MDE 29/002/2011