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Press Release
July 2, 2012

The detention of four ICC staffers in Libya not only denied them their liberty and stopped their work, but it also undermined Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi's right to a fair trial.

Amnesty in the News
July 2, 2012
Reuters

Delegates from around the world gather in New York Monday for the start of month-long U.N.-hosted negotiations to hammer out the first-ever binding treaty to regulate the global weapons market.

Press Release
July 2, 2012

More than 30 high-profile Amnesty International and Oxfam supporters, including the British war photographer Paul Conroy, urge governments to deliver a strong and effective arms trade treaty.

News
July 2, 2012
The Arms Trade Treaty negotiations in New York are an acid test for political leaders to agree rules leading to the end of irresponsible arms transfers.

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