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An attack on a village in Yemen ordered by President Trump caused the death of a newborn baby, alongside as many as 23 civilians, the human rights organisation Reprieve has discovered.
The World Psychiatric Association has warned Pakistan not to execute a severely mentally ill man.
The Prime Minister must ensure the UK plays no role in a revived US torture programme, human rights organisation Reprieve has warned today, after President Trump said that he believes ‘torture works.’
A Yemeni man was among ten prisoners released on 16 January 2016 from Guantánamo Bay to Oman, the US Department of Defense has confirmed.
The UK Supreme Court yesterday unanimously rejected the government’s attempts to prevent a case brought by victims of a British-American ‘rendition’ operation from being heard.
The international human rights organisation Reprieve has criticised the response of the UK Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, to Bahrain’s execution of three men.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is facing claims of double standards after it ruled out helping an elderly British citizen in a US court, despite giving similar legal assistance to oil firm BP.
Countries with close links to the UK and EU continued to occupy the ranks of the world’s most prolific executioners in 2016, research by the international human rights group Reprieve has found.
A court in Yemen is to hear calls for a death sentence against an American father-of-three, who disappeared inside the country’s prison system over a year ago.
Saudi Arabia has executed at least 153 people this year, nearing last year's record high of 158, according to figures collated by the human rights organisation Reprieve.
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