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Sudan President Omar al-Bashir rejects Amnesty International `lies` about Darfur chemical attacks

Last month, Amnesty said in a report that Sudanese forces had carried out more than 30 suspected chemical weapons attacks in a mountainous area of Darfur that killed up to 250 people, including many..
Zee News

Actress Joins London Protest Seeking End to Aleppo Bombing

Hundreds of London protesters, including actress Carey Mulligan, have left teddy bears outside the prime minister's office as they demanded a larger British role in ending attacks on civilians in..
Newsmax Also reported by •Seattle Times

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News video: Snapchat, Skype, Blackberry get low marks on privacy protection

Snapchat, Skype, Blackberry get low marks on privacy protection 02:01

When you’re texting or sending instant messages from your smartphone, are your conversations really private? Well, it depends, according to Amnesty International. The human rights group has..
Source: euronews (in English) -

News video: Mosul civilians face potential 'humanitarian catastrophe'

Mosul civilians face potential 'humanitarian catastrophe' 01:56

With the offensive to retake Mosul from ISIL underway, Amnesty International is about to publish a major report entitled Punished for Daesh’s crimes’: Displaced Iraqis abused by militias and..
Source: euronews (in English) -

News video: Watchdog Says Iraq Forces May Target Civilians Fleeing Mosul

Watchdog Says Iraq Forces May Target Civilians Fleeing Mosul 00:43

A human rights group warned that innocent civilians trying to flee Mosul risk being tortured, disappeared or executed by the country's own military. Amnesty International said Iraqi government forces..
Source: Wochit News -

News video: Australian PM denies Nauru prison camp claims

Australian PM denies Nauru prison camp claims 01:49

Malcolm Turnbull, Australia's prime minister, has dismissed a report that his government is systematically torturing refugees held at its immigration detention facility on the island of Nauru.
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Nauru prison camp: Australia accused of flouting laws

Nauru prison camp: Australia accused of flouting laws 02:22

Amnesty International says conditions at an Australian-run prison camp for refugees 'amount to torture'. In a new report, the human rights group accuses Australia of flouting the UN’s Refugee..
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -


Amnesty International ranks message apps according to privacy -- Facebook wins!

Despite a desire to be more connected than ever before, people are simultaneously more concerned than ever about their security and privacy. This is certainly true when it comes to messaging tools, and..

Without Plan B, Mosul Will Be A Disaster

A shakier foundation cannot ensure the long-term durability of a two-storey walkup. Expecting it to support a towering skyscraper would be akin to living in a state of extreme delusion.The battle for..
Huffington Post

Facebook, Apple rank high on messaging privacy while Snapchat scores low

Facebook and Apple fare best in a new Amnesty International report ranking 11 tech companies that offer messaging services. Snapchat and Microsoft (Skype) are near the bottom.
Denver Post

Modern-Day Slaves Are Still Producing Goods Used Around The World

For many in the West, slavery is a far off, historical concept. But a new index shows that consumers all over the world are getting products that at some stage were touched by the hands of modern-day..
Huffington Post

How private is YOUR messaging app? Charity rates WhatsApp as the most secure - but experts aren't so sure

how private is your messaging app? charity rates whatsapp as the most secure - but experts aren't so sure
The report from London-based human right charity Amnesty International ranks 11 companies that run the world's most popular messaging apps, including Skype, Snapchat and Facebook Messenger.

Snapchat, Skype, Blackberry get low marks on privacy protection

Amnesty International ranked the 11 most used messaging apps on their use of encryption to protect users' privacy.

'Torture' term justifiably used

Local members of Amnesty International appreciate the CT editorial from October 20.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Iran: Prison Conditions Cause Slow Death Of Prisoners

In a letter addressed to Asma Jahangir, the Special Rapporteur of the UN Human Rights Council on Iran, Amnesty International and Human rights Watch, a group of political prisoners in Rejaishahr Prison..
Eurasia Review

Snapchat, Skype, BBM not protecting users' privacy, says Amnesty International

Major messaging services like Snapchat, Skype and BlackBerry's BBM are not taking basic steps to ensure privacy, according to Amnesty International.

The Worst Place On Earth

*Death and Life in the Lost Town of Leer* *Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com* LEER, South Sudan -- There it is again. That sickening smell. I’m standing on the threshold of a ghost of a home. Its..
Huffington Post

News24.com | Satellite images show devastation in Aleppo

Amnesty International released new satellite imagery showing that more than 110 sites were hit in two weeks of bombing raids in Syria's battleground city of Aleppo.

Egypt Is Not the Region's Bright Spot and This Is No Laughing Matter

"It's good life. Dignity and social justice. All people from all social classes go to the same schools, the same parks, the same hospitals. Equality. You feel that your humanity is respected," a friend..
Huffington Post

Saudi prince executed for murder

*Riyadh:* Saudi Arabia today executed a member of the royal family for murder, in a rare case involving one of the thousands of members of the House of Saud. Prince Turki bin Saud al-Kabir was put..

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