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A court in Singapore has lifted the death sentence of a 25-year-old Malaysian man.
After a drawn out process, all the juveniles have finally been moved out of WA's Hakea Prison for adults.
This is a huge victory for the brave people in PNG who have been calling for change for a long time - and an enormous testament to the power of our collective action.
Four members of the armed forces, accused of torture and sexual violence against two women in Mexico, have been detained to stand trial.
Afghanistan has blocked a law that would have denied justice to victims of violence and child marriage, following an outcry by Afghan women's groups and the international community.
Today’s legalising of same-sex marriage by the ACT Legislature is a landmark moment in the long fight for marriage equality.
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Amnesty International welcomes the release of prominent Iranian human rights lawyer, Nasrin Sotoudeh, and at least 11 political activists.
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