The New Arab Logo

Breaking News

Results from 1 to 10 out of 1043 about "Amnesty International."

Syria group releases database of chemical attacks

25 April, 2018

A Syrian activist group has released a list of all suspected chemical attacks since 2012.

Canada's Trudeau raises plight of jailed Saudi blogger

24 April, 2018

Saudi blogger Raif Badawi was sentenced to ten years in jail and 1,000 lashes for writing posts deemed 'critical of Islam'.

US to decide if Trump's 'travel ban' is racist

24 April, 2018

The Supreme Court is set to rule on the legality of President Donald Trump's travel ban, analysing whether the order discriminates against citizens based on their religion or country.

Death toll from Gaza protest killings rises to 40

23 April, 2018

As Gaza protests enter the fourth week, two Palestinians have succumb to their wounds seeing the death toll rise to 40, following Israel's use of live fire at the demonstrations.

Are there really 'no good guys' in Syria?

20 April, 2018

Comment: The 'no good guys' argument places the largely peaceful Syrian uprising on the same moral plane as the murderous regime that forced it to militarise, writes Idrees Ahmad.

Tunisia's quiet class struggle against austerity measures

20 April, 2018

In-depth: Three months after January's unrest, Tunisians cope with the government’s neoliberal policies and IMF’s austerity agenda that are noticeably hitting the country’s poor and middle class, writes Alessandra Bajec.

'State of emergency' erodes France and Tunisia's civil liberties

18 April, 2018

Comment: The state of emergency declared by the French and Tunisian governments has led to increasing infringements of civil liberties, but civil society is fighting back, writes Cyril Lemba.

Iraq sentences French, Russian female jihadists to life imprisonment

17 April, 2018

Iraq on Tuesday sentenced a French woman and two other Russians to life in prison for belonging to the Islamic State group.

The Iraq Report: Sexual abuse of displaced women, children

17 April, 2018

In-depth: Our round-up of this week in Iraq

The New Arab speaks to Marie Colvin's family lawyer

17 April, 2018

Interview: Mansour Omari speaks to human rights lawyer Scott Gilmore to find out more about Marie Colvin's case, the first war crimes-related one against Syria's government to reach US court.

Most Popular

Most Popular