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Politics2 months ago
Council of Europe publishes report on torture in UK prisons
The report highlights deleterious effects of chronic overcrowding and poor living conditions in prisons across Britain.
Council of Europe publishes report on torture in UK prisons
Russia2 months ago
Russia says Ukraine 'tortured' captured soldiers
Russia says its soldiers recently released as part of a prisoner swap with Ukraine were "beaten" and "tortured with electricity in captivity."
Russia says Ukraine 'tortured' captured soldiers
Saudi Arabia3 months ago
UN urges Saudi officials to revoke death penalty against a juvenile
A group of UN human rights experts have called on Saudi authorities to immediately release a young man, who is on death row for crimes he allegedly committed as a minor and whose conviction followed a grossly unfair trial.
UN urges Saudi officials to revoke death penalty against a juvenile
Palestine4 months ago
'Israel detained one million Palestinians since Nakba in 1948'
Senior Palestinian officials say the regime must be held accountable for arbitrary detentions of Palestinians.
'Israel detained one million Palestinians since Nakba in 1948'
Military5 months ago
‘Just kill them’: New book reveals shocking details about CIA's torture program
A new book has come up with shocking details of the top American spy agency’s controversial torture program in the early years of the US so-called “war on terror”.
‘Just kill them’: New book reveals shocking details about CIA's torture program
Saudi Arabia6 months ago
Ethiopians detained, abused for months deported from Saudi Arabia
Saudi officials deport hundreds of Ethiopian migrant workers after keeping them for month under deplorable conditions in unsanitary detention centers and subjecting them to torture.
Ethiopians detained, abused for months deported from Saudi Arabia
Persian Gulf6 months ago
France probes UAE Interpol chief for 'torture, acts of barbarism'
Anti-terror prosecutors in France have initiated a preliminary inquiry into torture and acts of barbarism allegedly committed by Emirati general Ahmed Nasser al-Raisi, who currently heads Interpol
France probes UAE Interpol chief for 'torture, acts of barbarism'
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