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The UK meeds to to revise legal and policing measures that risk citizens’ right of peaceful assembly and association, a United Nations expert says.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has been challenged to call on Vietnam’s government to halt its crackdown on freedom of expression.
The House of Lords has voted 150 to 54 to amend Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 and therefore to end the criminalisation of insults.
The people behind a play called Corpus Christi are facing prosecution in Greece for blasphemy, in a move seen as threat to religious freedom.
A man facing trial for publishing videos critical of religions should be immediately released by the Egyptian authorities, Amnesty says.
After being denied a permit for the past four years, the Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma held its three-day conference in August.
Conservative Scottish Christians are calling for a boycott of a talk by well-known atheist Richard Dawkins, scheduled for a book festival in late October.
A ruling against Egyptian actor Adel Imam, who has been goven a prison sentence for “insulting Islam” in his films, sends out the message that Egypt has not moved on from "quashing free speech", says Amnesty International.
A bill passed by the French Senate makes it a criminal offence to publicly question events termed as genocide under French law, raising serious free speech issues.
The Wikipedia community has chosen to close down the site's English version for 24 hours today, in a protest against growing censorship.