The human rights organisation has pleaded with government not to "abandon its role as a champion of human rights and justice".
Washington last week lashed out at Uganda's President Museveni for hosting the Sudanese leader at his swearing in ceremony in Kampala
Uganda's Museveni sworn-in for fourth decade in power, as rival Besigye arrested after rival oath of office
Museveni thanked Russia for its willingness to sell weaponry, "without conditions and arrogance," and dismissed ICC as a "bunch of useless people"
Transport costs are 100% higher in Africa and other things are tough, but these countries are going beyond the talk to their fortunes
First, they became independent from Khartoum. Now over 55,000 South Sudanese flee to Sudan in three months
South Sudan became independent from Sudan in 2011, but two years later it descended into a brutal civil war that has killed tens of thousands
Hammer week: UN judges find Bemba, Karadzic guilty, but three big African war criminals still at large
Uganda rebel chief Kony, Rwanda genocide mastermind Kabugo, and Sudan’s president Bashir continue to elude international justice
The 850 troops will end operations on April 15, according to UN sources, as the friendship between the leaders of both countries continues to blossom.
Egypt’s investment in the rest of Africa now exceeds $8bn, and the volume of trade has increased by $5bn over past five years
President Omar al-Bashir sealed crossings the same year the South declared independence, but declining revenues are again bringing them close.
The African Union led a partly successful war against ICC, but didn't do anything to discourage leaders from murder - it is paying the price
Next week's Forum on China-African Cooperation summit will look to charm leaders on the continent, seen by Beijing as a step towards global dominance.
Having ‘escaped’ arrest, Sudan’s Bashir skips December China-Africa summit in South Africa after court dispute
The government defied an order from South Africa’s High Court that al-Bashir couldn’t leave the country.
Bashir's star rises higher as shakes hands on stronger ties with S. Africa’s Zuma in China; plans US visit
It's proving a bumper year for the formerly ostracised leader—reelection, friends in high places, lots of travel…will it end with a seat at the UN?
Despite momentum swinging the other way, the debate is not over by a long shot, it seems.
China's Xi calls Bashir, for whom it built a palace, an 'old friend' as Sudanese leader makes rare long-distance trip
Visiting president is indicted for war crimes by the International Criminal Court, with Washington 'expressing concern' over journey.
“It is a democracy, if people want a leader to continue, let him continue” - Mugabe.
UPDATED: Kiir refuses to sign South Sudan peace deal in Ethiopia, rival Machar scores political points
President Kiir watched the signing. Meanwhile almost a record 200,000 South Sudanese civilians are sheltering in UN bases.
UPDATED: Kiir to join Museveni, Desalegn, Kenyatta and Bashir in crisis meeting as South Sudan peace deadline nears
The war has been marked by ethnic massacres and rape, castration, burning people alive and tying children together before slitting their throats.
Ivory Coast refused him entry and the Nigerians took away his security; Mugabe’s star falls to the ground
Mugabe was so angry he stormed out of Nigeria to nearby Equatorial Guinea, where his good friend Teodoro Nguema gave him a shoulder to cry on.