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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.
Amnsty International has called on Egypt and Sudan to stop the kidnap, forced transport and abuse of asylum-seekers and refugees.
Amnesty International has called yesterday's vote in the Lords which approved the government's controversial Justice and Security Bill "a terrible day for British Justice".
Amnesty International has warned that the government is “just not listening” to widespread criticism of its proposed secret justice measures.
Campaigners have called for the British private security corporation G4S to be held to account for its involvement with Israel’s unlawful detention of Palestinians.
The Greek authorities must investigate accusations of torture after mugshots of four suspects were doctored apparently to remove signs of injury, Amnesty has said.
The popular movie Zero Dark Thirty, which depicts the hunt for Osama bin Laden, has been criticised for its legitimising of torture.
Data analysis suggests that the death toll in the ongoing conflict in Syria has surpassed 60,000, says the United Nations human rights office.
Legal charity Reprieve has welcomed a settlement the al Saadi family have accepted from the UK Government, which forcibly ‘rendering’ them to Gaddafi’s Libya.
Yesterday (13 November 2012), risking the considerable wrath of his readership, the conservative commentator Peter Oborne made a brief but principled comment on his Daily Telegraph blog.