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A Pakistani judge has ordered intelligence services to produce a victim of CIA drone strikes, missing since being seized from his Rawalpindi home a week ago.
“Superglue protesters avoid jail” declared a headline on ITN this week. As one of the protesters in question, I’m pleased to report that we didn’t only avoid jail. We were acquitted.
Christians acquitted of aggravated trespass say their trial has raised issues about the way that police are deployed at the London arms fair.
An anti-Gaddafi dissident and his wife have won permission to take their case against the UK Government to the Court of Appeal.
As the start of the Sochi Winter Olympics comes closer, harassment against civil society activists has intensified.
Christians on trial for a peaceful protest against the arms trade have spoken about the presence of illegal torture equipment at the London arms fair.
The controversial Lobbying Bill, pushed through by the government in the face of vigorous civic and public opposition, has become law.
The URC has become the first denomination to express support for Christians about to go on trial in London for protesting against the arms trade.
Lawyers acting for Mohammed Asghar, a British man suffering from severe mental illness, have appealed against his death sentence for blasphemy at Pakistan’s High Court.
US Christian leader Tony Campolo has given his backing to five Christians who are on trial for blocking an entrance to the London arms fair.