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Pakistan's government has failed to protect religious minorities from systematic campaigns of violence and vilification.
A Pakistani man, Muhammad Ishaq, who lives in New York State, USA, has been sentenced to death for blasphemy in Pakistan.
Urgent Action ASA 33/001/2012
Index: ASA 33/002/2012. 8 February 2012. Balochistan briefing for Committee for Foreign Affairs, US House of CongressBalochistan ...
Public Statement ASA 33/002/2012
Pakistani authorities must do more to protect the Ahmaddiya community, Amnesty International said today amid threats from religious groups to block ...
Religious groups in Pakistan have called for the demolition of one of the largest Ahmadi worship sites in the city of Rawalpindi.
Authorities urged to disclose details after US President Barack Obama confirms that the unmanned aircraft are used to target suspected militants.
The USA must disclose details of the legal and factual basis for the lethal use of drones in Pakistan, Amnesty International said today, after US President ...
The Pakistan government must urgently reform the country's 'dangerous' blasphemy laws, Amnesty International said today on the first anniversary ...
Pakistan urged to reform 'dangerous' blasphemy laws, one year after the assassination of a politician who criticized them.
Pakistan authorities must take concrete steps to end violence against women, Amnesty International said today after the country's Senate unanimously ...