February 16, 2012
Amnesty International Says "Out of Control" Libyan Militias Are Commiting Widespread Abuses Against Suspected Al-Gaddafi Loyalists, Including Torture and Killings
Armed militias are operating lawlessly across Libya, commiting widespread human rights abuses that are fuelling insecurity and blocking the rebuilding of government institutions, Amnesty Internationa...
February 14, 2012
Some 21 North Koreans in China face expulsion to North Korea after being caught illegally in the country.
February 13, 2012
One Year After Start of Bahrain Uprising And With More Protests Planned, Accountability for Abuses Remains a Distant Reality, Says Amnesty International
The Bahraini government is far from delivering the human rights reforms that were recommended by an independent international commission, Amnesty International said today, as protesters prepared to ma...
February 6, 2012
'Congress Has Made No Such Decision': Three Branches of Government, Zero Remedy for Counter-Terrorism Abuses, Court Dismisses Padilla Lawsuit
This report describes the recent dismissal in federal court of a lawsuit brought by Jose Padilla, a US citizen who was held as an "enemy combatant" before being brought to trial in 2007.