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# Amnesty International

This year
Amnesty International hits out at Ireland's 'failing' housing system in human rights report
Migration Pact will damage EU's reputation as a human rights defender, experts say
Amnesty calls for ICC to investigate killings by Israeli forces in the West Bank
Last year
Brother of girl shot dead by British soldier urges MPs to reject contentious Troubles legacy Bill
Amnesty International calls for Irish Government to ‘put a marker down’ over UK’s legacy Bill
Ronaldo punched but scores twice in Saudi reunion with Messi
All time
A doctor, rap artists and footballer among those facing death penalty in Iran
Amnesty pleads for Fifa to compensate World Cup migrant workers
Russian forces executed and raped civilians in apparent war crimes, Amnesty investigators find
Amnesty pushes political leaders for institutional abuse apology in Northern Ireland
State is failing to protect sex workers from violence, Amnesty International says
Cillian De Gascun and Luke O'Neill among 350 Irish experts asking for Covid-19 vaccine patents to be lifted
Amnesty International calls for probe into Covid deaths in Italian care homes
Amnesty urges Newcastle to study Saudi Arabia’s poor human rights record
Amnesty terms Chinese Uyghur abuses 'crimes against humanity'
Explainer: Why is India calling for IP rules around Covid vaccines to be waived?
'We need the pressure to continue to build' - calls for FAI to speak up for migrants’ rights in Qatar
Violent protests erupt in Madrid and Barcelona again over jailing of rapper
'Massacre' of civilians in Ethiopia may be war crimes, UN says, as conflict escalates
Criticism over lack of reference to Occupied Territories Bill in draft programme for government
Amnesty: Premier League at risk of 'becoming a patsy' amid Saudi takeover talks at Newcastle
'Pushed to breaking point': Mass hunger strike at Egyptian prison
US-led coalition killed 1,600 civilians in four month blitz on Syrian city, says Amnesty
'Time for change': UK committee finds British government responsible for addressing Northern Ireland abortion laws
Amnesty Ireland calls for US to 'follow its own laws' as crisis unfolds at Mexico border
Killer robots could lead to 'new arms race with terrifying consequences', Amnesty International says
Two people killed and 40 arrested in new 'gay purge' in Chechnya, activists say
Abuse on Twitter: Women of colour 34% more likely than white women to be targeted
Rise of 'tough guy' world leaders 'mirrors the rise of fascism in the 1930s'
'Give us choice': Irish actors call on Theresa May to decriminalise abortion in Northern Ireland
Amnesty International strips Aung San Suu Kyi of its highest honour
Diplomatic pressure results in Tanzania stating anti-gay crackdown is not government policy
Sipo's order that Amnesty should return €137,000 grant is quashed after High Court appeal
Maser's Repeal the 8th mural is back up in Temple Bar (and it won’t come down this time)
Iraqi women suspected of IS links being sexually exploited and refused aid
Almost 1,000 executions were recorded last year, including beheadings and lethal injections
Harris takes his message to Moore Street: 'Men need to talk to the women in their lives about the Eighth Amendment'
Amnesty launches case challenging standards watchdog's order that it return €137,000
Open Society says Sipo may have relied on stolen documents to make Amnesty donation decision
Rohingya crisis: 'We would be better in prison because at least we would have food'