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Africa Armed Conflict

Sudan: Public statement on the occasion of the Human Rights Council’s interactive dialogue with the Fact-Finding Mission on Sudan, during the Council’s 56th session

Amnesty International welcomes this week’s Human Rights Council dialogue with the Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) for Sudan. The conflict in Sudan continues to cause massive human rights, displacement, and humanitarian crises. Over 16,000 people have been killed since April last year, and nearly 9...
Afghanistan Censorship and Freedom of Expression

AFGHANISTAN: The Taliban’s involvement in what may constitute the crime against humanity of gender persecution: The UN Human Rights Council should take action to further accountability

Amnesty International welcomes the report by the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of Human Rights in Afghanistan and reiterates the need for a concerted approach by the international community to urgently address the Taliban’s “institutionalized system of discrimination, segregation,...
Israel and Occupied Palestinian Territories Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

New crossing points and ‘floating dock’ are cosmetic changes, as humanitarian access disintegrates in Gaza, warn aid agencies  

As Israeli attacks intensify on Rafah, the unpredictable trickle of aid into Gaza has created a mirage of improved access while the humanitarian response is in reality on the verge of collapse, warn 20 aid agencies. The latest Israeli attacks on a displacement camp near UN aid facilities in Rafah...
Israel and Occupied Palestinian Territories International Justice

Israel must comply with International Court of Justice order calling it to immediately halt military operations in Rafah

Responding to the International Court of Justice’s ruling today, which ordered Israel to immediately halt military operations in the governorate of Rafah, following South Africa’s application for additional provisional measures in its genocide case, Heba Morayef, Amnesty International’s Regional...