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Amnesty International  Report 2013


 
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Nigeria: Torture, cruel inhuman and degrading treatment of ...
20 February 2014

Amnesty International's ongoing research since 2008 indicates that the police and the military routinely use torture and other forms of ill-treatment as ...

Document       AFR 44/001/2014

Somalia: No place like home: Returns and relocations of ...
19 February 2014

This report provides an overview of key human rights concerns in the context of returns and relocations of displaced people. It assesses the protection ...

Report       AFR 52/001/2014

Gambia: Further information: Gambian journalists still facing ...
14 February 2014

Journalists Musa Sheriff and Sainey MK Marenah continue to face charges. Their charges were amended to “conspiracy to commit a misdemeanour” ...

Urgent Action       AFR 27/003/2014

Central African Republic: Ethnic cleansing and sectarian ...
12 February 2014

“Ethnic cleansing” of Muslims has been carried out in the western part of the Central African Republic since early January 2014. As reported in this briefing ...

Report       AFR 19/004/2014

Zambia: Further information: Zambian court to rule on “ ...
6 February 2014

Further information on UA: 124/13 Index: AFR 63/001/2014 Zambia Date: 6 February 2014. URGENT ACTION. Zambian ...

Urgent Action       AFR 63/001/2014

Uganda: Further information: Anti-Homosexuality Bill awaits ...
24 January 2014

The Anti-Homosexuality Bill has been presented to President Museveni of Uganda, who now has 30 days to respond. If the Bill were to become law, ...

Urgent Action       AFR 59/002/2014

Central African Republic: The situation of human rights in the ...
20 January 2014

Over the past year, the Central African Republic has become a humanitarian disaster. All parties to the conflict have committed serious violations and ...

Document       AFR 19/003/2014

Gambia: Further information: Two Gambian journalists ...
17 January 2014

Musa Sheriff and Sainey MK Marenah were released on bail on 16 January. If convicted, they would face sentences of up to two years in prison. They ...

Urgent Action       AFR 27/002/2014

Uganda: The Anti-Homosexuality Bill violates the human ...
16 January 2014

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: AFR 59/001/2014. 16 January 2014. The Anti-Homosexuality ...

Public Statement       AFR 59/001/2014

Gambia: Two Gambian journalists unlawfully detained
15 January 2014

Journalists Musa Sheriff and Sainey MK Marenah have been in detention since 13 January. They have been charged with “giving false information to ...

Urgent Action       AFR 27/001/2014