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28 Oct 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Thursday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Thursday.⁣⁣⁣⁣
10 Sep 2020
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10 Sep 2020
After a lull in the number of migrants risking their lives to reach Europe by sea in recent years, clandestine crossings are on the rise once again. As Europe grapples with how best to handle the crisis, rights groups say they're seeing a worrying trend of countries including Greece and Malta employing illegal and dangerous tactics to push migrants out of their territorial waters. We speak to Louise Carr, a migrant rights campaigner at Amnesty International.
30 Aug 2020
Human rights group Amnesty International accused Delhi police of carrying out abuses during deadly riots in February, which were provoked by a new citizenship law. The group accused some politicians of stoking tensions.
26 Jun 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Saturday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Saturday. ⁣⁣⁣
26 Jun 2020
Amnesty International has said police in Europe demonstrated racial discrimination when implementing lockdowns.
22 Apr 2020
The number of documented executions was the lowest in ten years, according to Amnesty International. But the human rights group estimates that thousands went unreported.
10 Mar 2020
Amnesty International, SERAP, others have called on the National Assembly to halt debate on social media bill
16 Dec 2019
A group, Civil Society Groups for Peace, Sustainable Security and National Development has warned the Amnesty International and the Human Rights Commission in Nigeria to refrain from commenting on the trial of Convener of #Revolution Now protests and publisher of Sahara Reporters and his co-defendant, Olawale Bakare.
9 Dec 2019
Sowore's SenSenator Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, issued the following statement after Omoyele Sowore, a prominent Nigerian-American journalist and activist, was arbitrarily re-arrested yesterday by Nigerian authorities. Sowore, a New Jersey resident, was first arrested in August and despite two court orders for his release, Nigerian security services refused to release him until yesterday. Hours later he was re-arrested. Senator Menendez has been involved in securing Mr. Sowore’s release after his family in New Jersey approached his office about it.
7 Jul 2019
Amnesty International's latest report from the US-Mexico border focuses on activists looking to assist would-be migrants. Its author Brian Griffey says some of the state's steps amount to "contempt for the rule of law."
10 Apr 2019
Amnesty International's annual death penalty report finds that executions have decreased worldwide. The trend is overshadowed by a new law in Brunei that allows authorities to kill people for homosexual activities.

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