Moroccan authorities on Friday rejected an Amnesty report saying they have spied on journalist Omar Radi using Israeli-made technology.
Continued attacks on Radi's phone were detected even after Amnesty informed NSO Group of Morocco's human rights violations using the company's software.
The report shows that some of the apps pose a real risk of human rights violations.
This is not the first time that Amnesty International has faced allegations of being biased.
Scores of Roma protested over the measures, which they said were discriminatory because the lockdown, intended to curb the virus' spread, was less strict in other parts of Sofia.
Amnesty urged the head of the Iranian judiciary to release all political prisoners and human rights defenders held in its vast penal system in late March.
A journalist named Nurcan Baysal became the latest to face Turkey’s investigations this week for her coverage of the government’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak in the minority Kurdish region.
Agrees with ICC decision to charge Israel with war crimes committed against Palestinians
The case has huge implications for national security and human rights.
The op-ed, written by a West Bank resident, tells the somber tale of a friend who was unable to visit his dying mother in hospital, due to travel bans imposed on human rights workers.