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@AmnistiaPT RECADO. A @Amnesty está a IGNORAR que Nem Ditador esta Carta_Relatório do Povo de Bani Walid ترجمة مذكرة بنى وليد #AmnistiaPT

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A Amnistia Internacional tem uma campanha de enviar Cartas aos Ditadores do mundo.
Como sabem, a Povoação de Bani Walid Na Líbia esteve sob Cerco durante mais de um Mês, no qual até crianças foram Mortas à Granada pelas Milícias de Misrata. O Povo de Bani Walide enviou uma Carta-Relatório à UN, Humans Rights Watch Y Amnistia Internacional. Já estamos a meio do Mês de Dezembro Y ainda não receberam uma resposta ou contacto. 

Por Forma a Fazer sentir à Amnistia Internacional, HRW, UN que o Povo de Bani Walid ão está só Y que tb nós estamos com eles à espera de uma Resposta - PFV Participa envia um Tweet com este Relatório ou qq outra forma de contacto para @UN, @Amnesty, @HWR Y diz que estás como Povo de Bani Walid a aguardar uma Resposta. 
Obrigada a Todos, tb em nome do Povo de Bani Walid [ Libia ]  
Página de Bani Walid No FaceBook - Pelas imagens podem avaliar o desespero deste Povo.

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TIMELINE: Human rights in 2012 - Amnesty - AlertNet @AMNESTY IGNORES LIBYA VIOLANTION OF #HumanRights

TIMELINE: Human rights in 2012 - Amnesty - AlertNet @AMNESTY IGNORES LIBYA VIOLANTION OF #HumanRights | Saif al Islam |

"LONDON (AlertNet) - From the crisis in the Middle East to the arrest of Russian performers Pussy Riot, executions in the United States, Japan and other countries, and forced evictions across the globe, human rights have taken another battering in 2012.

Amnesty International said events in the past year should make leaders, companies and individuals the world over resolve to join the battle for human rights, as it published a timeline on Monday surveying some of the key human rights moments in 2012 to mark Human Rights Day.

"Across the world we see millions of individuals who have achieved extraordinary change against the odds," Salil Shetty, secretary general at Amnesty International, said in a statement. "These people stand in stark contrast to the governments which all too frequently stand by in the face of terrible violations from Syria to the Democratic Republic of Congo.

“Crimes such as torture, disappearances and violence against women remain commonplace in parts of the world even though progress elsewhere is there to be seen. What we want in 2013 is more action and commitment to ensure everyone can enjoy their dignity and freedom.”

Below are some of the key human rights events in the past 12 months, according to Amnesty. The list is not meant to be exhaustive but gives an overview of human rights trends and events around the world. "

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