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The UK vovernment has pulled out of a controversial £5.9 million bid to provide services to the Saudi prison system.
The Commission on Freedom of Information is considering introducing charges for anyone making FOI requests, according to an anonymous briefing provided to journalists.
A second juvenile faces beheading in Saudi Arabia after a court upheld his conviction for a role in protests, days after the case of juvenile Ali al-Nimr sparked a global outcry.
A new report from Amnesty International has called for suspension of the transfer of arms used in attacks on Yemen and an investigation into Saudi Arabian violations.
A Saudi juvenile facing imminent ‘crucifixion’ has spoken of his hope for the future, despite a recent decision by the country’s courts to uphold his sentence.
The family of a juvenile sentenced to ‘crucifixion’ in Saudi Arabia have appealed to the Saudi authorities to spare him, as pressure mounts on the US and UK to intervene.
Christian Aid has welcomed the EU decision to give €1 billion to UN agencies supporting Syrian refugees, but urges the UK government to accept more who have reached Europe.
Amnesty International has expressed alarm after one of its experts was barred from attending a major arms fair being staged in London this week.
The Attorney General has refused to say if the government has a ‘blanket’ or ‘case-by-case’ policy on targeted killings in countries with whom the UK is not at war.
The UK Government has refused to confirm whether UK pilots have been involved in flying covert US drone strikes over Pakistan.