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Amnesty International Attacks Democracies, Forgives Islamist Tyrannies

”Morally bankrupt.” — Salman Rushdie, author with a $600,000 bounty from Iran’s regime on his head, speaking of Amnesty International. Amnesty sponsored a rally in Brussels, where Islamist speakers celebrated the 9/11 attacks, denied the Holocaust and … 38 fler ord

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Colombia: Amnesty and Fernando Botero join efforts in campaign for human rights

Internationally renowned Colombian artist and sculptor Fernando Botero and Amnesty International are joining forces to promote the human rights of millions across Colombia. One of Boteros famous oil paintings will be made into a 20 square metre tapestry in … 35 fler ord

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Amnesty wants Sri Lanka to act on UN torture report

Sri Lanka must act decisively to stop torture and investigate complaints and hold perpetrators accountable, Amnesty International said today after a UN watchdog expressed alarm over the country’s failure to prevent ill-treatment of people by security forces. 37 fler ord

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Amnesty calls on Egypt to release tortured photojournalist

Amnesty International has called on the Egyptian authorities to release a photojournalist who has been imprisoned for more than three years in a “politically motivated” case. 47 fler ord

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Amnesty: Half a Million Displaced in Turkey Amid Gov't Crackdown

A new report by Amnesty International says an estimated half-million people have been forced from their homes amid a brutal government crackdown in majority-Kurdish regions in Turkey’s southeast. 54 fler ord

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Kenya: Establish Commission of Inquiry into violations by security agencies

The president must take action to ensure the victims get justice, in line with the oath he took to protect the constitution,” said Abdullahi Halakhe, East Africa researcher at Amnesty International. 49 fler ord

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Amnesty Calls for Release of Jailed Egyptian Photojournalist

Amnesty International has urged Egyptian authorities to release a photojournalist jailed for more than three years in what the London-based rights group calls a ”politically motivated” case. 46 fler ord

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