The Bangladeshi authorities must deliver justice over the shocking murder of the secularist Bangladeshi blogger Bijoy Das – the third such killing this year – if they wish to avert a looming crisis for freedom of expression in the country, said Amnesty International.
New Delhi, India: In a written statement sent to the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN), human rights body Amnesty International India, said that “use of excessive ...
Amnesty International is going to launch a briefing on a fact-finding mission on serious human rights concerns in the Republic of Maldives.
The Jammu and Kashmir government must ensure an independent criminal investigation into the killing of a 24-year-old student by army personnel on 13 April, Amnesty International India said.
A new anti-terror bill passed by the Gujarat state assembly falls far short of international human rights standards and must not receive the President’s assent to be passed into law, Amnesty International India said today. Similar laws already in force in other states and nationally must be immediately repealed.
The Telangana Government must order an independent criminal investigation into the killing of five undertrials by Telangana Police on 7 April, Amnesty International India said.
New Delhi, India: The killing of twenty suspected red sandalwood smugglers by the Andhra Pradesh police must be investigated in a swift, thorough, and independent ...
A landmark judgement by India’s Supreme Court striking down a vague and overbroad law on online expression is a defining moment for freedom of expression in the country, Amnesty International India said today.
On 1 April, Amnesty International will be launching this 2014 report on death penalty developments and statistics from across the globe.
World leaders must act urgently to confront the changing nature of conflict and protect civilians from horrific violence by states and armed groups, urged Amnesty International as it launched its annual assessment of human rights around the world.Next Page »