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The UK's Supreme Court has ruled that asylum-seekers fleeing homophobic should not simply be sent back and told to keep their sexuality a secret in their own countries.
Amnesty has called on the Peruvian government to revoke its decision to expel a British Catholic activist who has been defending the rights of Indigenous people.
The UK government is facing strong calls to ensure that its inquiry into UK complicity in torture and other violations since 9/11 is independent and transparent.
Church groups in India have hailed the murder conviction of a key leader accused of leading mob attacks on Christian targets in Orissa state two years ago.
Police have barricaded routes to a shrine east of Zimbabwe's capital to block an annual pilgrimage by Anglicans to honour a Mozambique-born martyr.
Communities that have faced racial discrimination for decades are now being targeted because of religion, says Minority Rights Group International.
The Zimbabwean government is being asked to release an activist detained after exposing human rights violations in the country’s Marange diamond fields.
Amnesty International is urging the Chinese government to launch an independent investigation into 2009 riots in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region.
A rise in right-wing radicalism is fuelling the spread of xenophobia and extremist attitudes towards religious minorities in Europe, says Minority Rights Group International.
A court has returned a “not guilty” verdict on activists who caused a quarter of a million pounds' worth of damage to the property of the arms company EDO/ITT.