The 2013 Annual Report on
Somalia is now live »
Amnesty International is deeply concerned about ongoing human rights abuses and violations of international humanitarian law by all parties to the conflict in Somalia ...
Report AFR 52/009/2008
1) Bodies in the streets 2) Iraq refugee crisis continues to deepen 3) 20 June – World Refugee Day: Thai government must uphold the human rights of refugees; Danger ...
Newsletter NWS 21/005/2008
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: AFR 52/011/2008 (Public). Date: 13 May 2008. Somalia: Armed groups must end threats ...
Document AFR 52/011/2008
The dire human rights and humanitarian crisis facing the people ofSomalia has been revealed in a groundbreaking new Amnesty Internationalreport.
Somalia - La población civil, blanco habitual de ataques
Report AFR 52/006/2008
On 25 April 2008, a spokesperson for the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia was reported as stating that 32 of the 41 children detained by the Ethiopian ...
Urgent Action AFR 52/007/2008
Amnesty International refutes statements made by the Ethiopiangovernment on its report about a raid on the Al Hidya Mosque inMogadishu on 19 April 2008. In the
Ethiopian forces and forces of the Transitional Federal Government ofSomalia (TFG) have been accused of targeting civilians in an attack ona Mogadishu mosque that
Amnesty International today called on the Ethiopian military to releasesome 41 children held after a raid on Mogadishu's Al Hidya mosque on 19April 2008, whi.