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A majority of people say they are not clear what Britain is trying to achieve in Afghanistan and only one in four think the current approach is working well.
The US embassy in London will face protests on Sunday 20 March over the fate of a soldier accused of passing confidential information to Wikileaks.
The High Court has ruled that Christian peace activist Brian Haw should be evicted from the pavement opposite Parliament.
US embassies around the world are facing protests over the impirsonment of a soldier accused of passing confidential information to Wikileaks.
The government faces new pressure for the immediate withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan from the charity War on Want, union leaders and cultural figures.
Defence Secretary Liam Fox is being urged to uphold the right of armed forces personnel to be given a discharge if they develop a conscientious objection.
Australia's new policy of transferring prisoners detained in Afghanistan to Afghan and US forces could violate international law, Amnesty has warned.
As NATO leaders debated Afghanistan, around 10,000 people rallied in London to call for the immediate withdrawal of UK troops from the country.
NATO countries must agree formal peace talks with all parties in the Afghanistan conflict, including the Taliban and Afghan neighbours, say leading NGOs.
The WACC-SIGNIS Human Rights Award 2010 has been given to the Australian-directed documentary ‘The Garden at the End of the World’.