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The United Nations human rights chief has called on the international community to end the Syrian conflict, saying it is “an intolerable affront to the human conscience.”
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.
Israel’s military response to protests in the West Bank is failing to respect the human rights of Palestinians, Amnesty International says.
A United Nations investigation into targeted killings will examine the legality of drone strikes in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia.
Palestine's recognition as a non-member observer state of the United Nations brings with it obligations under international law, says Amnesty International.
Tribes from four continents have urged Britain to ratify a law that will ‘guarantee’ their survival.
A group of campaigners have said they were planning to attempt a citizen’s arrest of Tony Blair at his London book signing, which has now been cancelled.
Kate O'Sullivan, a customer at Tony Blair's book signing in Dublin, attempted to make a citizen's arrest for war crimes in relation to the invasion of Iraq.
Methodist, Baptist and United Reformed Church leaders have welcomed the passing of the Cluster Munitions (Prohibitions) Act in parliament yesterday.
The war in Iraq has been largely unsuccessful, according to nearly two-thirds (63%) of the British public. A new poll has revealed that only just over a quarter (29%) of voters regard the war as largely a success.