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"Globally, at least 483 people are known to have been executed in 2020. Shocking as this figure is, it’s the lowest number of executions recorded by Amnesty International in at least a decade," writes Agnès Callamard

"Globally, at least 483 people are known to have been executed in 2020. Shocking as this figure is, it’s the lowest number of executions recorded by Amnesty International in at least a decade," writes Agnès Callamard

"Globally, at least 483 people are known to have been executed in 2020. Shocking as this figure is, it’s the lowest number of executions recorded by Amnesty International in at least a decade," writes Agnès Callamard

"Globally, at least 483 people are known to have been executed in 2020. Shocking as this figure is, it’s the lowest number of executions recorded by Amnesty International in at least a decade," writes Agnès Callamard

"Globally, at least 483 people are known to have been executed in 2020. Shocking as this figure is, it’s the lowest number of executions recorded by Amnesty International in at least a decade," writes Agnès Callamard

'Russia, the Russian authorities, may be placing him into a situation of a slow death and seeking to hide what is happening to him,' says Agnes Callamard, Amnesty International's secretary general.

"What we found is that the victims of COVID...were primarily among the most disenfranchised and vulnerable groups," Agnès Callamard said.​

"What we found is that the victims of COVID...were primarily among the most disenfranchised and vulnerable groups," Agnès Callamard said.​

‘World leaders have failed’: Q&A with Amnesty’s Agnes Callamard

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Agnès Callamard, the UN special rapporteur who was tasked with investigating Jamal Khashoggi’s slaying, said that, in January 2020, a senior Saudi official threatened to have her “taken care of” if she didn’t stop asking difficult questions

Top Saudi official issued death threat against UN investigator Agnes Callamard following her inquiry into the killing of Jamal Khashoggi

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UN confirms report alleging a senior Saudi official had made a threat against Agnes Callamard who led an investigation into the murder of Khashoggi. Read more ➡️

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UN Human Rights expert Agnes Callamard on Saudi verdicts in Khashoggi case: “Those who ordered the executions not only walk free but have barely been touched by the investigation and the trial...That is the antithesis of justice and an unacceptable lack of respect to the victims”

Speaking at the inaugural Global Conference for Media Freedom, in London, UN Special Rapporteur Agnès Callamard told @YasmeenSerhan  that justice for Jamal Khashoggi won't be achieved until all sides, including the U.S., tell the truth about what they know:

LIVE: UN special rapporteur Agnes Callamard holds news conference after presenting her report on the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The report said his death "constituted an extrajudicial killing" for which Saudi Arabia is responsible.

A UN expert wants Canada to lead campaign to move next year's G20 summit out of Saudi Arabia or boycott it. Agnes Callamard found 'credible evidence' to link the murder of Jamal Khashoggi to Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman.

At a Brookings talk, Agnes Callamard, the UN’s special rapporteur for executions, says Turkish intelligence allowed her to listen to the Khashoggi execution tape. “The killing of Mr. Khashoggi met all of the characteristics of a state killing.”

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"If you do not speak and do not demand justice, it suggests that you have no concerns." - Agnes Callamard, UN Special Rapporteur.

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