In an exclusive interview, the parents of Mohamed Sakr speak out about his killing.
Fears over mistreatment of UK-captured prisoners.
EU resolution criticising UAE human rights record opposed by Tory MEPs.
Fears of human rights clampdown in the wealthy monarchy of Qatar.
Lawyers fuel cases pitting multinationals against poor nations, report says.
HRC concludes that proposals contravene centuries-old traditions of open justice
Rendition of a Pakistani man to detention facility described as a possible war crime.
The Marikana massacre inquiry is meant to heal wounds. But is it adding insult to injury?
Britain is the only EU country returning asylum seekers to Syria.
Disputes over redundancies lead hundreds of staff to strike.
Imprisonment of 77 year old South African shows the risks of being a foreign doctor in the UAE.
Up to a quarter of a million people on brink of starvation denied food aid in Sudan.
System forcing over 1,000 prisoners to serve twice their sentence examined.
Darling of London Fashion Week makes changes in China.
European court ruling based on lack of prisoner access to parole.
King of Bahrain gives Sandhurst £3m to build a new sports facility.
Confusion over nationality has led to Sudanese migrants being removed from Israel.
The latest sentencing is just one of many wrongs in Putin’s Russia.
Human rights groups fear draconian laws silence political dissent in Ethiopia.
150 arrested on terrorism-related charges including politicians, academics and students.