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A Court of Appeal judge has ordered a hearing into the trial faced by an Afghan prisoner after UK forces transferred him to Afghanistan’s notorious National Directorate of Security.
The Sudanese authorities have been told to stop the torture and ill-treatment of those detained following demonstrations since mid-June 2012.
A new project which brings together all the available data on hundreds of victims of rendition, torture and secret detention has launched online.
Amnesty International has condemned an announcement in the Queen’s Speech that the government will bring forward a Bill to allow new secret justice measures.
A new report by Amnesty Interntional says the Bahraini government’s response to the findings of an international commission of inquiry has proved inadequate.
North Korea’s ‘Day of the Sun’, the centenary of founder Kim Il-sung’s birth, is a chance to shed light on a dismal human rights record, Amnesty says.
Two British journalists and their Libyan colleagues held by a Libyan militia must be set free immediately or transferred to government custody, says Amnesty
Eight guards from India’s Border Security Force have been suspended from duty for torturing a Bangladeshi caught on the border with India.
The UK government's decision to conclude the work of the Detainee Inquiry provides an opportunity to address the failures of the current system.
Six men facing amputation of their right hands and left feet for 'highway robbery' in Saudi Arabia must have their sentences commuted by the king, Amnesty International has said.