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    The Maguindanao Massacre
    This video tells the story of the Maguindanao Massacre when 63 civilians were killed on the 23 November 2009 in Maguindanao in the Philippines. The events are recounted by one of the three surviviors still in hiding Aquiles Zonio, correspondent for the Philippine Daily Inquirer. The video includes...
    6:37 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010
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    Malaysia caning 'epidemic' violates international law
    "Caning in Malaysia has hit epidemic proportions," said Sam Zarifi, Amnesty International's Asia-Pacific Director. "In every case that we examined, the punishment amounted to torture, which is absolutely prohibited under any circumstances." In recent years, Malaysia has increased the number of pen...
    1:04 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Tuesday, December 7th, 2010
  3.  
    Malcolm Nance
    Former counter-terrorism adviser to the US government talks to Amnesty International.
    1:40 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Wednesday, June 11th, 2008
  4.  
    The maternal 'Death Clock'
    To mark the end of the UN Millennium Development Goals Conference in New York City (20-22 September 2010), Salil Shetty and Larry Cox speak here about what needs to be done to meet the MDGs in 2015. They also explain the 'Death Clock' which was erected in Time Square during the summit and counted ...
    3:05 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Friday, September 24th, 2010
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    The maternal 'Death Clock'
    To mark the end of the UN Millennium Development Goals Conference in New York City (20-22 September 2010), Salil Shetty and Larry Cox speak here about what needs to be done to meet the MDGs in 2015. They also explain the 'Death Clock' which was erected in Time Square during the summit and counted ...
    3:03 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Thursday, October 7th, 2010
  6.  
    MDGs: Keep Your Promises!
    The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are failing the world's poorest people because governments are ignoring and abusing their human rights, Amnesty International said as heads of states prepare to meet to review progress on the MDGs at a United Nations (UN) summit in New York on 20-22 Septembe...
    2:32 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Friday, September 17th, 2010
  7.  
    "Mi želimo biti s bijelom djecom."
    Amnesty International zahtijeva od slova?ke Vlade da odmah zaustavi segregaciju romske djece u slova?kom obrazovnom sustavu. Tisu?e romskih u?enika osu
    4:48 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
  8.  
    Migrants on the move in Mexico
    Every year, tens of thousands of women, men and children travel through Mexico without legal permission as irregular migrants. More than nine in every 10 are Central Americans, mostly from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras or Nicaragua. The vast majority are headed for the US border in the hope of ...
    6:51 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Wednesday, April 28th, 2010
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    Mixed messages from President Obama after 100 days
    100 days after taking office, President Obama's record in terms of US counter terrorism policies has been assessed in a new Amnesty International report. Photographs by Peter Von Elling
    4:57 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Wednesday, April 29th, 2009
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    The most dangerous place in the world to be a woman
    Violence against women in Afghanistan is still widespread. Women of all ages are enduring brutal physical and sexual abuse in their own homes. This film looks at the various issues around women's rights and domestic violence in Afghanistan. It includes interviews with Horia Mosadiq, Amnesty Intern...
    4:26 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Tuesday, March 9th, 2010
  11.  
    Mothers of imprisoned US Hikers speak out
    Two mothers of the three US hikers detained in Iran for a year reveal their frustration to Amnesty International. Amnesty International has called on the Iranian authorities to release three US nationals who have been detained without charge or trial for a year. Shane Michael Bauer, Joshua Felix F...
    2:02 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Friday, July 30th, 2010
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    Mpagi Edward Edmary
    Mpagi Edward Edmary from Uganda spent over 18 years on death row, accused of killing a man who was later found to be alive. Mr. Mpagi's family successfully campaigned for his release, providing evidence that the alleged victim was still alive. Sentenced to death for murder in 1982, the Attorney Ge...
    2:54 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Tuesday, March 18th, 2008
  13.  
    Murat Kurnaz
    Murat Kurnaz was arrested in Pakistan in November 2001, and then held in US custody in Afghanistan and Guantanamo. He was detained without charge or trial for nearly five years. Released in August 2006, he is now back home in Bremen, Germany.
    1:19 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Wednesday, June 11th, 2008
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    Murder and detention: Congolese activists risk all for human rights
    The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) must bring to justice those responsible for the murder of a human rights defender five years ago. Pascal Kabungulu, a prominent human rights activist, was killed on 31 July 2005 by a group of armed men who broke into his house in Bukavu in eastern DRC, dr...
    4:23 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Friday, July 30th, 2010
  15.  
    Myanmar government compromises first elections in 20 years
    The Myanmar government's attacks on the freedoms of expression, peaceful assembly, and association compromises the country's first elections in 20 years. The Myanmar authorities have introduced several new laws and directives in the run up to the 7 November elections, restricting free speech and c...
    8:38 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Monday, November 8th, 2010
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    Myanmar political prisoners still fighting for their rights behind bars
    Aung San Suu Kyi's release from house arrest this week highlights the plight of at least 2,200 other political prisoners who remain in jail in Myanmar, many for no crime other than indulging in the freedoms of expression, association and assembly. Myanmar's government has used strict and vaguely w...
    3:22 - Amnesty International TV / YouTube, Monday, November 22nd, 2010
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