Daily Archives: 3 July 2013

For some in Belarus, Independence Day might be their last

By Svetlana Vorobyeva, Amnesty International’s Belarus campaigner As Belarus marks Independence Day today, three men have been left wondering if it will be their last. These men live in the only country in Europe that still retains the death penalty … Continue reading

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Egypt: Sexual assaults on women protestors continuing amid the political turmoil

By Diana Eltahawy, Amnesty International’s Egypt researcher, in Cairo While the world is focusing on the political fall-out of millions of people taking to the streets in Egypt, with widespread calls for the resignation of President Mohamed Morsi, and the … Continue reading

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