Amnesty International

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Amnesty International

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an international organization founded in Britain in 1961 that works to secure the release of people imprisoned for their beliefs, to ban the use of torture, and to abolish the death penalty. Abbreviation: AI
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Amnesty International

[ˌæmnɪstɪɪntəˈnæʃnəl] NAmnistía f Internacional

Amnesty International

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The International Amnesty has warned that war against ISIL in Syria has made civilians face an awful condition in Raqqa city and the US coalition has thus far killed hundreds of people.
The criminal mastermind plans to sterilise the world's food supply through a group of brainwashed angels of death, unless his demands are met for an international amnesty for his dastardly crimes (1969) ***
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It criticized the International Amnesty for classifying the Kingdom from time to time on the list of accusations that are not based on facts as far as based on biased reports, of which a number of suspects stand behind, just as it did regarding the so-called children's rights violations in Yemen.

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