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A woman in Aceh, Indonesia, who was gang-raped by eight men and at risk of being caned is safe for now.
The Australian Government announces it will invest directly into grassroots Afghan women's organisations.
Two-decade battle ends in victory for the Sawhoyamaxa Indigenous community after President signs law.
An inquiry has been opened by the Philippines Senate into police torture following the release of an Amnesty International report into torture in the country.
Iranian woman Ghoncheh Ghavami, sentenced to a year in prison for asking that women be allowed to attend volleyball matches, has been released on bail.
A man who raped a 10-year-old Afghan girl and put her at risk of an "honour killing" has been convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Viet Nam has released from prison a blogger on social justice issues, Nguyen Van Hai, better known as Dieu Cay ("peasant's pipe"). Now the Government must release the scores of other peaceful activists who are behind bars.
Amnesty International Australia has celebrated the very best reporting on human rights issues in Australia over the past year, announcing the winners of its inaugural Media Awards at a ceremony in Sydney.
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