Amnesty International has documented 2016 as a year of hate, violence and oppression, a year of palpable contempt for the suffering of fellow humans.
Euronews journalist Mark Davis spoke to David Griffiths from Amnesty International:“In its Annual Report on the state of Human Rights worldwide, Amnesty International has singled out for criticism a l
The rise in poisonous political rhetoric is threatening to roll back human rights and creating a more dangerous world, Amnesty International has warned.
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International call for investigations into the extrajudicial police killings of President Duterte's war on drugs
The campaign group is sounding the alarm over "dangerously disproportionate" security measures adopted in 14 EU nations over the past two years.
Amnesty International says Rohingya Muslims are being “squeezed by the callous actions of both the Myanmar and Bangladesh authorities.
Amnesty International in Russia has strongly condemned what it calls a ‘draconian’ foreign agents law, ahead of the fourth anniversary of it coming into effect.
The human rights group says migrants have been subjected to 'appalling' ill-treatment by Italian police because of the EU's refugees policy.
The Moscow city council, which owns the building, claims the group is behind in its rent. But Amnesty claims it is all paid up
Shia paramilitary groups and Iraqi government forces have carried out revenge attacks on Sunni Arabs suspected of supporting ISIL, that’s according to Amnesty…
Hungary rejects the overwhelming majority of asylum requests from war-fleeing Syrians, new figures show, putting them out-of-touch with their EU counterparts.
Amnesty International says the conditions amount to "human rights abuses"
Amnesty International has published a statement alleging that detainees in Turkey are being tortured amid the spate of arrests after the 15 July failed coup.
A report from Amnesty International has turned the focus on alleged kidnapping and torture in Egypt of hundreds of students, political activists, protesters and even young teenagers during the past th
They are the forgotten youngsters – the estimated 168 million, globally, trapped in child labour.
This is the brief from Brussels: a round-up of all the top stories from across Europe.
Amnesty International has described the situation of 15 activists detained in Angola as “worrying.” The group is on hunger strike. Among them is
Human rights organisation Amnesty International has issued a report accusing the Nigerian army of the massacre of 350 people in the north of the
Qatar has come under fire again over the treatment of World Cup workers, alleging systematic abuses including forced labour. Amnesty International’s
Amnesty International says the United Nations has systematically failed to uphold human rights and international law – and the Syrian conflict is one
Defence officials in Moscow are dismissing an Amnesty International report on Russian strikes in Syria – saying it’s based on unfounded allegations
Amnesty International is accusing Russia of war crimes for its attacks in Syria. The NGO says airstrikes have cost hundreds of civilian lives and
Amnesty International has published a scathing analysis of the weapons in the hands of the radical Islamic State movement (ISIL). According to the
A Syrian Kurdish militia has driven out thousands of non-Kurdish civilians from areas they have captured from ISIL militants. That’s the accusation
Europe’s unprecedented migrant crisis has stirred controversy and polarised opinion. The key dispute is over whether the majority of arrivals are
Amnesty International claim that Brazil’s military police have been responsible for the deaths of over 1,000 people in Rio de Janeiro between 2010
Hungary’s new asylum crackdown will put thousands of desperate refugees at risk in neighbouring countries, it’s been claimed. Amnesty International
There is “strong evidence” of war crimes commissioned and committed by the Israeli military during the conflict in Gaza last year. That’s a
Amnesty says Serbia and FYR Macedonia have become a "sink" for the overflow of refugees and migrants
Migrants in Libya are being tortured, gang-raped and abused even before risking the world’s deadliest sea crossing, a human rights group