One of China’s most prominent prisoners of conscience, Hu Jia, returned home Sunday after completing a jail term for subversion but looked likely to be muzzled along with other top dissidents.Continue Reading

GUEST BLOG: by a journalist who has just come back from Tajikistan.
The views expressed are not necessarily those of Amnesty International.
On Monday 13th June the BBC reporter, Urunboy Usmanov, left his office in Khujand, northern Tajikistan, as usu…Continue Reading

One of China’s most prominent prisoners of conscience, Hu Jia, returned home Sunday after completing a jail term for subversion but looked likely to be muzzled along with other top dissidents.Continue Reading

One of China’s most prominent prisoners of conscience, Hu Jia, returned home Sunday after completing a jail term for subversion but looked likely to be muzzled along with other top dissidents.Continue Reading

One of China’s most prominent prisoners of conscience, Hu Jia, was freed Sunday after serving more than three years for subversion — the latest in a series of high-profile dissident releases.Continue Reading

People identified as drug users in many countries are confined to abusive locked detention centers for months – or even years, say two reports released today by The Campaign to Stop Torture in Health Care. …Continue Reading

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The indictment of a prison guard in a sexual abuse case of a detained immigrant underscores the need for the US government to provide immigration detainees the same protections from rape…Continue Reading