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Update from Amnesty Fieldworker in Gaza 

Our Amnesty International fieldworker in Gaza provides an update while continuing to gather evidence of human rights violations and war crimes

June 17, 2024
Palestinians walk along a devastated street in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on June 14, 2024, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas militant group. (Photo by Eyad BABA / AFP) (Photo by EYAD BABA/AFP via Getty Images)
(EYAD BABA/AFP via Getty Images)


President Biden: Enough of the Silence on Sudan

President Biden has been nearly silent on Sudan for over a year of armed conflict between the Sudan Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces

June 13, 2024
Protesters at a Rally for Sudan April 15, 2024
(Amnesty International USA)


Centering Human Rights in U.S.-Taiwan Relations

The purported “values-based diplomacy” of the U.S.-Taiwan relationship must move beyond rhetoric about democratic resilience.

May 31, 2024
Representative Mike McCaul (L), the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, addresses an event alongside Taiwan's representative in Washington, Alexander Tah-Ray Yui (C), and Yui's wife Karen Lo at the US Capitol marking the 45th anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act on March 6, 2024. McCaul, who was hit by sanctions by China over his last visit, said he would return to Taiwan to attend the inauguration of President-elect Lai Ching-te. (Photo by Shaun TANDON / AFP) (Photo by SHAUN TANDON/AFP via Getty Images)
(SHAUN TANDON/AFP via Getty Images)


Partner Letter Calls for Congressional Action on Sudan

Amnesty International USA and 20+ partners wrote to Senate Foreign Relations Committee and House Foreign Affairs Committee leadership calling for Congress to take action on Sudan. [pdf-embedder url=”https://www.amnestyusa.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/Sudan-letter-to-Congress-SFRC.pdf” title=”Sudan letter…

May 11, 2023