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24.06.2014

China’s Supreme People’s Court called for a retrial for a woman who was sentenced to death for killing her husband after suffering months of domestic abuse. This comes after intense pressure from ... Mehr

23.05.2014

Website founder Raif Badawi has been sentenced to 10 years in prison, 1,000 lashes and a fine. He is a prisoner of conscience. Mehr

20.01.2014

Website founder Raif Badawi, jailed in 2013, has had his conviction and sentence overturned on appeal, but could now be tried again. Amnesty International considers him a prisoner of conscience. Mehr

11.12.2013

The failure of the Lao authorities to thoroughly investigate the enforced disappearance of Sombath Somphone has increased fears for his fate and well-being. The 62-year-old Lao civil society leader ... Mehr

13.09.2013

Bahraini human rights activist Sayed Yousif Almuhafdah was acquitted by an Appeal Court in Manama on 12 September of the charge of “spreading false news with the intention of causing damage to state ... Mehr

31.07.2013

Website founder Raif Badawi has been sentenced to seven years in prison and 600 lashes for online posts critical of the Saudi Arabian authorities, which they considered offensive to Islam. Amnesty ... Mehr

07.05.2013

A Yemeni man who had been told that he would be executed as early as 5 May was granted a stay of execution on 4 May. His case, and those of all others on death row whose ages are disputed, will be ... Mehr

01.05.2013

A Yemeni man who had been granted a stay of execution in February could now be executed as early as 5 May. His birth certificate shows that he was 15 years old at the time of the offence for which he ... Mehr

11.04.2013

Independent journalist and prisoner of conscience Calixto Ramón Martínez Arias was released on 9 April after spending almost seven months in prison without charge in Cuba. He has thanked Amnesty ... Mehr

28.03.2013

The case of Raif Badawi, a man who set up a website in Saudi Arabia, has now come before an appeal court. Amnesty International considers Raif Badawi a prisoner of conscience. Mehr

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