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Following allegations of GCHQ involvement in the US 'Prism' programme, calls are renewed for the agency to disclose its policy on support for CIA drone strikes.
President Obama has failed to provide any meaningful assistance to the hunger-striking detainees being held without charge at Guantanamo Bay, says Reprieve.
Lawyers for the UK Government claim that it should not be held accountable in British courts for its role in the rendition and torture of Gaddafi opponents in 2004.
A UK pharmaceutical firm has announced that it is "putting in place concrete steps" to stop the use of its drugs in executions.
The Peshawar High Court has declared the US guilty of war crimes for its use of drones in North West Pakistan, and ordered the government to stop future strikes.
Younous Chekkouri, a detainee cleared for release but who remains held in Guantanamo, has given the first inside account of the raid carried out by prison authorities.
The mother of one of three British men tortured by police in the UAE has asked a Dubai court to let her son return home.
The Chief Justice of Peshawar’s High Court had said that drone strikes in north west Pakistan violate the country’s sovereignty and are illegal.
A British resident who has been held by the US without charge or trial for over eleven years has joined the hunger strike in Guantanamo Bay.
A new report finds America’s covert drone programme, violates a range of children's rights as established under international law.