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Pakistan urged to bring killers of minorities’ minister to justice


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Pakistan urged to bring killers of minorities’ minister to justice

Amnesty International has called on Pakistan’s government to ensure the killers of Shahbaz Bhatti, the country’s minister for minorities, are brought to justice. Bhatti, the only Christian member of the cabinet and one of the country’s few leading politicians calling for changes to the country's controversial blasphemy laws, died today after three armed men opened fire on his car as he travelled to work in the capital, Islamabad..


ByAmnesty International, USA.


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Fears grow for Libya migrants as thousands flee


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Fears grow for Libya migrants as thousands flee

Amnesty International has warned of a growing humanitarian crisis as thousands of migrants flee Libya during continuing unrest The UNHCR warned on Tuesday that Tunisia would need help to deal with up to 75,000 people who had fled Libya since February 20. It said many thousands remained stuck at the border between the two countries in freezing conditions.


ByAmnesty International, USA.


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Nepal: Seventh Anniversary of the Killing of Maina Sunuwar


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Nepal: Seventh Anniversary of the Killing of Maina Sunuwar

Seven years after the arrest and killing of Maina Sunuwar, the Government of Nepal should take immediate steps, with the full cooperation of the Nepal Army, to ensure that criminal proceedings move forward, Advocacy Forum (AF), Amnesty International (AI), Human Rights Watch (HRW) and the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) said today.


ByAmnesty International, USA.


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