Wed 3 Dec, AT 16:12
Human rights groups say Soheil Arabi's execution is 'imminent' and appeals to a Tehran court for amnesty
Mon 24 Nov, AT 12:06
'Courageous' Ghoncheh Ghavami is recovering in Tehran after being released on bail because of 'health problems'
Tue 12 Aug, AT 13:53
But Strasbourg upholds previous ruling that blanket ban on prisoners voting is unlawful
Fri 14 Mar, AT 08:41
For a start, we now know Bashar Assad’s regime does detain children. But there’s more…
Fri 15 Nov, AT 15:07
British Prime Minister becomes first world leader to visit the north of the country since 1948
Fri 30 Aug, AT 12:18
Human rights activists welcome new law to protect women and children, but does it go far enough?
Tue 9 Apr, AT 14:28
Russian leader's flippant response angers feminists who insist topless protests are catching on worldwide
Tue 5 Mar, AT 09:51
Britain's top judge warns UK will have to quit UN if it wants to send terrorism suspects to face torture
Tue 13 Nov, AT 11:38
Forget legal niceties: backbencher wants freed radical cleric put on first plane to Jordan
Tue 16 Oct, AT 13:30
Hacker Gary McKinnon saved by Theresa May, but why was fellow Asperger's sufferer Talha Ahsan sent to US for trial?