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Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee has admitted that it was only able to consider “limited” evidence on redactions from the Senate torture report.
Kris Maharaj is to appeal the decision of a Florida judge who refused a retrial for his 1986 conviction, despite overwhelming evidence of innocence.
MI6 has been forced to publish previously secret guidance on interception of communications relating to criminal investigations, after action by Reprieve.
A judge in Florida will rule today on case of Kris Maharaj, who is seeking to overturn his 28-year old conviction for capital murder.
Prime Minister David Cameron is being urged to secure the release of Shaker Aamer, the last remaining British detainee at Guantanamo Bay.
The Pakistani government has suspended plans to execute a man who was convicted at the age of 14 after being tortured and wrongly tried in an anti-terrorism court.
Pakistani authorities have admitted that a man set to be hanged today is unconnected to the Peshawar school attack, but have no plans to stay his execution.
Many prisoners likely to be executed in Pakistan as executions resume were convicted of crimes that bear no relation to a terrorism threat, says legal charity Reprieve.
UK taxpayers’ money has enabled around 2,917 executions in Iran and more than 112 pending death sentences in Pakistan, says a report from legal charity Reprieve.
Theresa May was one of several UK officials who met with the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence ahead of the publication of its report on torture by the US and its allies.