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Amnesty blasts China’s torture tool industry

Chinese production and export of police equipment primarily used for torture, such as electric shock wands and neck-and-wrist cuffs connected by a chain, has grown dramatically, enabling human rights violations at home and abroad, Amnesty International said in a report Tuesday. More than 130 Chinese companies, up from 28 about a decade ago, are now […]

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Indian workers stranded in Iraq as employer retains passports: Amnesty International

It quoted one of the migrant workers, telling them over the phone: ‘The employer holds all our passports and refuses to return them.’

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39 Indians in captivity unharmed: Centre

Amnesty int’l claims that hundreds of workers are stranded because their employers refused to give back their passports.

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UNSC’s failures cause millions to flee: Amnesty

The organisation asked the Security Council members to act more decisively to protect civilians and prevent millions more people being driven away from their homes.

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Amnesty condemns Sarpanch killing in Kashmir

No militant outfit has claimed responsibility for the act.

Amnesty welcomes SC verdict on transgender

Amnesty International welcomed the SC’s ruling to recognise transgenders as the third category of gender.

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Nigerian uprising kills 1,500 in 2014: Amnesty

Three northeastern states covering one-sixth of the country have been under a military state of emergency since May 2013.

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Sexual and reproductive rights under threat worldwide: Amnesty International

The campaign is about people being empowered to enjoy their sexuality.

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Amnesty criticises Israel forces in West Bank

The report accuses Israel of “war crimes and other serious violations of international law” against Palestinians.

Saudi authorities beheaded Tuesday two Pakistanis for drug smuggling in the ultra-conservative kingdom's first executions of the year. (Reuters)

Saudi authorities beheads Pakistanis for drug smuggling

In 2012, Saudi Arabia carried out 76 executions, according to a tally based on official figures. Rights group Amnesty International put 2012′s figure at 79.

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Some of US drone attacks amount to war crimes: Amnesty International

As per report,US has launched some 330 to 374 drone strikes in Pak between 2004-Sept 2013.

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50 dead in Sudan fuel riots: Rights group

Activists call for continued protests; urge security forces to side with the people.

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