It's building rapport that makes interrogation successful, not coercion, says Prof Laurence Alison
Government told to do more to achieve a hunger-free Britain by church-backed parliamentary report
Not all Christmas cards limit themselves to conventional images of the festive season
Walking With The Wounded raises funds for the re-training of wounded servicemen and women
Campaigners argue the 'sexist' rules amount to censorship and will mean woman can't be shown enjoying sex
Protests erupt after grand jury fails to indict white police officer who killed unarmed man in chokehold
Human rights groups say Soheil Arabi's execution is 'imminent' and appeals to a Tehran court for amnesty
Refugees will longer be subjected to 'shockingly degrading tests' and questions in order to prove their sexuality
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British director says the biblical film Exodus wouldn't be financed if the lead actor was called 'Mohammad so-and-so'
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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