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A new UN expert report warns that the US’ secretive drone programme threatens international security and lacks "appropriate transparency and accountability.”
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice is facing calls to return medicines it purchased for use in executions using misleading methods
Men cleared for release but still detained in Guantanamo have revealed the methods used to by the authorities at the prison to attempt to break the hunger strik.
The Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales, the UN and UK parliamentarians have expressed concern over Botswana's moves to deny Bushmen a fair hearing.
The European Parliament has passed a resolution criticising the UK Government for “delay[ing] proceedings” n a case brought by a Libyan rendered to torture with UK assistance.
Pharmacies in the US are demanding that executioners in Texas do not use their drugs to carry out lethal injections.
The University of Edinburgh is to divest £1.2m from Ultra Electronics, a company that makes components for weaponised drones
A Government watchdog is looking into the case of a Yemeni activist who was detained at Gatwick and questioned on his work on drones and human rights.
The US Government has, for a second time, failed to grant a visa to Pakistani lawyer Shahzad Akbar, preventing him from speaking in congress on the CIA drone programme.
A leading Yemeni human rights activist has been detained at Gatwick and questioned on his work and political views by UK officials under the Terrorism Act.