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Iran executed 331 people for drug-related charges in 2013, a new report published by the non-profit organisation Iran Human Rights reveals.
A gravely ill Yemeni man has become the first Guantánamo Bay prisoner to have his claims of abuse at the military base considered by a US court of law.
Krishna ‘Kris’ Maharaj, a British businessman sentenced to death in 1987, has spent his 10,000th day in a US prison, despite compelling evidence of his innocence.
MEPs will this week vote on a resolution condemning EU Member States’ complicity in the covert US drones programme.
A Briton imprisoned in the Democratic Republic of Congo has received a life sentence for the murder of his friend and cellmate despite reports that the death was a suicide.
The legal charity Reprieve has called on the British Government to clarify its position on the covert US drone programme.
A Pakistani judge has ordered intelligence services to produce a victim of CIA drone strikes, missing since being seized from his Rawalpindi home a week ago.
A drone victim due to travel to Europe to give evidence to parliamentarians was detained on 5 February by unknown elements of the Pakistani police. He has not been seen since.
An anti-Gaddafi dissident and his wife have won permission to take their case against the UK Government to the Court of Appeal.
Lawyers acting for Mohammed Asghar, a British man suffering from severe mental illness, have appealed against his death sentence for blasphemy at Pakistan’s High Court.