Amnesty International Annual Report 2022/23: The State of the World’s Human Rights

IRPIN, UKRAINE - MARCH 04: A member of the Ukrainian military gives instructions to women and children that fled fighting in Bucha and Irpin before boarding an evacuation train from Irpin City to Kyiv that was scheduled after heavy fighting overnight forced many to leave their homes on March 04, 2022 in Irpin, Ukraine. Russia continues assault on Ukraine's major cities, including the capital Kyiv, a week after launching a large-scale invasion of the country. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
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Amnesty International publicly documented evidence of crimes against humanity or war crimes taking place in 2022 in at least 20 out of the 156 countries (13%) covered in its annual report.

Based on Amnesty International’s monitoring, there were credible allegations of state forces using unlawful force against peaceful protesters in 2022 in at least 85 out of the 156 countries (54%) covered in its annual report.

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