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PRESS RELEASE (For immediate release) Amnesty International Malaysia notes with extreme concern the...
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT Amnesty International is concerned about the decision by the...
Civil society in Malaysia and Singapore today jointly called on the Singaporean President to grant clemency to Kho Jabing, a Sarawakian on death row in the island state who received an eleventh hour reprieve from the hangman’s noose in Singapore last Friday.
The death penalty continues to be used as a tool in the so-called “war on drugs”, with an alarming number of states across the globe executing people convicted on drug-related charges, in clear violation of international law, Amnesty International said ahead of the World Day against the Death Penalty (10 October).
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | 2 OCTOBER 2015 Popular cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Ulhaque, or...
Amnesty International Malaysia welcomes the decision by the High Court today to revoke the three-month suspension of The Edge Weekly and The Edge Financial Daily.
Hundreds of people have been condemned to death after being convicted in unfair trials under Saudi Arabia’s deeply flawed judicial system, said Amnesty International in a new briefing published today.
Pakistan must immediately impose a moratorium on the death penalty after the execution of a man who was below 18 years old at the time of the crime, according to his lawyers, and who was tortured into a “confession” by police, Amnesty International said.
An Iranian juvenile offender whose fate and whereabouts had been unknown since he was due to be executed in February was able to call his relatives from prison over the weekend, ending five months of unbearable suffering by his loved ones, who did not know what had happened to him, Amnesty International revealed.
Taiwan’s High Court should grant a fair retrial to the country’s longest serving death row inmate, after two police officers came forward to corroborate his claims he was tortured to confess to the crime, Amnesty International said.

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Despite a pending clemency application before the state’s Pardon Board, brothers Suthar Batumalai and B. Rames Batumalai were...

 

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