The five demands put forth by protesters in Hong Kong in recent months include a full and impartial investigation into police brutality, following several incidents of violence in which protesters were injured. While the...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 11, 2017
Amnesty International today released its global report “Death Sentences and Executions:...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 5, 2017
Activists and others have urged U.S. President Donald Trump to raise human rights issues with...
by Samuel Wade | May 20, 2016
This week, Amnesty International released its first Refugees Welcome Index, based on a global...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 13, 2015
Chinese authorities’ sweeping move against dozens of rights lawyers and activists late last...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 24, 2014
A report (PDF) published on Tuesday by Amnesty International and the Omega Research Foundation...
by Cindy | Mar 28, 2014
According to Amnesty International’s newly released death sentences and executions report,...
by Cindy | Dec 3, 2013
Liu Xia, the wife of Nobel Peace Laureate Liu Xiaobo, has issued requests to see a doctor, read...
by Scott Greene | Jan 8, 2013
The Chinese government will pursue reforms to its Re-education Through Labor (RTL) system, according to a report in Xinhua News which followed a national political and legal work conference in Beijing on Monday. From the...
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