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Arms-exporting countries must ensure that any deals brokered at an international arms fair in Abu Dhabi do not contribute to serious human rights abuses.
Tajikistani businessman Umarali Kuvvatov risks extradition to Tajikistan by the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) authorities, where he would be at risk of torture or ...
Urgent Action MDE 25/001/2013
In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of different states about ratification of international human rights standards, ...
Report IOR 41/029/2012
In its submissions, Amnesty International endeavours to assess the level of implementation of recommendations made by other states in the first Universal Periodic ...
Report IOR 41/021/2012
In this open letter, Amnesty International urges the UAE government to further strengthen its election pledges by including the additional elements listed in this ...
Open Letter MDE 25/008/2012
At least 35 activists are believed to have been detained since 16 July and are thought to be at risk of torture.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) authorities must halt the ongoing crackdown on peaceful dissent Amnesty International said today.
At least 14 more political activists have been detained since 18 July in an ongoing wave of arrests in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Their location, and that ...
Urgent Action MDE 25/007/2012
The UAE authorities must release activists and human rights defenders arrested amid an intensified crackdown.
Two prominent human rights defenders and at least 11 political activists have been detained in a wave of arrests in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Their whereabouts ...
Urgent Action MDE 25/006/2012