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(02/05/2018) Turkey: “For journalists, Turkey has become a dungeon” Journalists have spoken out about the stifling climate of fear that has enveloped Turkey’s media landscape, ... Libya: EU/AU migrant plans long on returns, short on resettlement Following yesterday’s announcement by the European Union, African Union and United Nations and member states to take collective and unilateral actions to help facilitate the evacuation of African migrants and refugees detained in Libya, John Dalhuisen, Amnesty International’s Director for Europe said: (22/11/2017) Greece: As Winter Nears, Asylum Seekers Stuck in Tents on Islands The Greek government, with the support of EU member states, should act now to end Greece’s “containment ... (27/06/2017) Amnesty International will not comply with Hungary’s repressive new NGO law Announcing that Amnesty International Hungary will not to comply with the country’s repressive new NGO law ... (26/04/2017) EU: EU must hold Hungary to account for breaching EU law Prime Minister Viktor Orban must withdraw his proposal to force non-governmental organizations (NGOs) who ... (18/07/2016) EU risks making a mockery of its human rights foreign policy if concerns ... As Ministers of the European Union (EU) and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) convene to discuss economic and ... (25/06/2016) Reject dangerous migration response plan, more than 100 NGOs tell EU ... The European Union is set to open a dark chapter in its history unless it rejects the European Commission’s ... (16/06/2016) EU political agreement on conflict minerals risks allowing a deadly trade ... Despite its rhetoric on responsible business Europe has prioritised profit over people, said civil society ...