Sri Lanka: Consultation Task Force report must lead to justice

As long as the Sri Lankan government ignores the findings of a taskforce, which examines crimes under international law and human rights violations and abuses during the country’s decades-long internal conflict, justice, truth and reparation for thousands of families who have suffered deaths and disappearances will remain elusive, Amnesty International said today. The organization is dismayed by the Sri Lankan […]

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Theresa May Should Come Clean on UK Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia

By Priyanka Motaparthy Researcher The admission by the UK government that the Saudi-led coalition used UK-made BL-755 cluster munitions during the armed conflict in Yemen, comes months after Amnesty International and British media outlets reported that these weapons had been used in the country. Unexploded remnants of cluster munitions have proved deadly for Yemenis, killing or injuring at least 85 […]

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The Coward’s War: Landmines in Cambodia

Published as Cambodia emerged from decades of conflict, The Coward’s War documents how antipersonnel landmines were used by all warring factions. As internally displaced persons were preparing to return from the Thai border, the report describes the urgent need for a mine clearance program to be initiated to prevent further landmine victims. The Coward’s War reviews existing laws pertaining to […]

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