Amnesty International

Amnesty International News

ED issues notice to Amnesty International for foreign exchange ‘violations’

The ED had earlier registered a case in 2018 based on action taken by the Ministry of Home Affairs against Amnesty.

Amnesty International accuses UAE of diverting arms to "militias" in Yemen

The UAE has trained and armed thousands of Yemeni fighters, mostly in southern provinces and western coastal areas, as part of the forces battling the Houthis, who control most urban areas including the capital Sanaa and the main port of Hodeidah.

Advertising

Naseeruddin Shah in Amnesty video: Walls of hatred erected in name of religion

"Those who demand rights are being locked away. Artists, actors scholars, poets are all being stifled. Journalists too are being silenced. In the name of religion, walls of hate are being erected. Innocents are being killed," Shah says in the video.

October 11, 1977, Forty Years Ago: Nobel For Amnesty

The committee said it wanted to honour Amnesty International for its work in protecting people who had been jailed because of colour, religion or political beliefs.

ED raids Amnesty International offices in Bengaluru

Amnesty International is a London-based NGO which focuses on human rights.

Dangerous time for people speaking truth in India: Amnesty on Gauri Lankesh death anniversary

The rights body said attacks on journalism not only stifle the constitutional right to freedom of speech and expression but also have a "profound silencing effect".

Advertising

Amnesty urges Malaysia to quash caning sentence of lesbians

The international rights group also said the court's decision occurred amid growing concern of a climate of fear and discrimination against people in Malaysia's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community.

India, Pak should fulfil obligations under international human rights law: Amnesty

The 49-page UN report highlights "a situation of chronic impunity for violations committed by security forces:, Amnesty International India said.

Egypt uses solitary confinement as 'torture': Amnesty International report

The London-based group said it has documented 36 cases of prisoners being held in solitary confinement, including six who have been isolated from the outside world since 2013. It said the prisoners in solitary confinement remain in their cells for 22 hours a day.

Amnesty: Women, children linked to IS suffer abuses in Iraq

Iraq declared victory over IS late last year after a grueling three-year campaign against the Sunni extremists. The battle displaced hundreds of thousands of Iraqis, mainly Sunnis, and devastated Sunni-majority towns and cities.

Advertising