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A British father of three who was kidnapped to Ethiopia in 2014 has spent his 600th day in detention.
The Supreme Court will on Monday (9 November) consider whether several victims of UK rendition and torture can have their civil cases against the British government heard in court.
A British father of three who has been held for 16 months in incommunicado detention in Ethiopia has suggested he may die in prison.
The Court of Appeal in London has ruled against the Government in a case brought by a victim of rendition and torture.
Experts at the UNHRC have ordered the Ethiopian government to release Andargachew Tsege, a Briton who was abducted in Yemen and rendered to Ethiopia in 2014.
Police investigating the use of Scottish airports by CIA rendition flights have asked for an un-redacted version of the Senate report on the detention and interrogation programme.
The UK Government is continuing to delay the publication of flight records which could hold evidence of the use of British territory by CIA ‘torture flights'.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond is refusing to request the release of a British citizen who was kidnapped and rendered to Ethiopia over nine months ago, it has emerged.
The UK government is refusing to guarantee that it will not misuse the intercepted lawyer-client communications of two rendition victims in their cases against it.
The body investigating British abuses in Iraq says it will not request as evidence the US Senate report on CIA torture, in the case of two Pakistani men tortured and rendered by the UK and the US.
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