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(17/04/2018) Trump threat puts European role in lethal US drone strikes under new ... As the Trump administration prepares to further expand the USA’s lethal drone programme, increasing the risk ... EU: Halt arms transfers to Egypt to stop fuelling killings and torture Egyptians mourn over a body wrapped in shrouds at a mosque in Cairo on August 15, 2013, following a crackdown on the protest camps of supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi the previous day. ©MAHMOUD KHALED/AFP/Getty Images EU: Halt arms transfers to Egypt to stop fuelling killings and torture Almost half of European Union (EU) member states have flouted an EU-wide suspension on arms transfers to Egypt, risking complicity in a wave of unlawful killings, enforced disappearances and torture, Amnesty International said today. (19/12/2014) UN: ‘Virtual stampede’ of states rush to join Arms Trade Treaty A flurry of activity by UN member states to sign and ratify the global Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) before it ... (18/12/2014) Arms Trade Treaty marks historic breakthrough for human rights after ... The global Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) enters into force on 24 December, marking a breakthrough for human rights ... (24/04/2014) Ukraine: Security operation must respect international standards on use ... (24 April 2014) All Ukrainian law enforcement and military officials engaged in an operation to restore ... (25/04/2013) Ireland’s EU presidency half-hearted on human rights at half-way point Amnesty International’s mid-term review of Ireland’s presidency of the European Union, published today, ... (02/04/2013) UN puts human rights at heart of historic Arms Trade Treaty Today, governments at the United Nations adopted by a wide margin an Arms Trade Treaty that will ban states ... (12/03/2013) EU states must back robust Arms Trade Treaty Ahead of next week’s final negotiations on a global Arms Trade Treaty at the United Nations, Amnesty ...