The 2013 Annual Report on
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The UN Security Council's condemnation of the ongoing grave human rights violations in Yemen is welcome, but any call for accountability is doomed ...
The UN Security Council's endorsement of a deal urging the Yemeni president to step down must not be interpreted as backing immunity.
Police and security forces in the Middle East and North Africa responded to the mass popular uprisings witnessed there after December 2010 with brutal ...
Report ACT 30/117/2011
Those responsible for committing serious crimes under international law in Yemen must be brought to justice.
Pro-government "thugs" attacked a peaceful women's march in the Yemeni city of Ta'izz, called to celebrate a Yemeni woman's Nobel Peace Prize.
The decision by the Nobel Peace Prize committee to recognize the work of activists to defend the rights of women around the world was commended ...
Dozens killed as security forces use snipers and rocket- propelled grenades against protesters in Sana'a.
The Yemeni authorities must immediately stop the killing of peaceful protesters by security forces, Amnesty International said today following reports ...
Five men under sentence of death in Yemen are at imminent risk of execution, possibly within days.
Urgent Action MDE 31/014/2011
Ahmed Omar al-Abbadi al-Markashi, a Yemeni security guard, had his death sentence upheld by the Court of Appeal in June 2011. If his death sentence ...
Urgent Action MDE 31/013/2011