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Mohsen Aboassy

Cleared Yemeni prisoner Mohsen Aboassy, 37, has today been released from the US prison at...

Ethiopia denies legal access for death row Brit, despite Foreign Secretary’s promise

A British father on death row in Ethiopia continues to be denied access to a lawyer – over two...

400 executions in Pakistan

Pakistan has become one of the world’s most prolific executioners since lifting a moratorium on...

Press freedom groups call on Bangladesh to release British journalist, 81

Dozens of press freedom groups around the world are calling on Bangladesh to free an elderly British...

Libya renditions should put UK spies firmly under the spotlight

Why should the British public have to rely on the overthrow of a north African dictator to discover...

Ministers urged to correct claims over Saudi juveniles executions

International human rights organization Reprieve is urging the UK Government to correct inaccurate...

Boris Johnson asked to help British journalist in Bangladesh jail

An elderly British journalist will appear in court in Dhaka tomorrow (Sunday 17th) for a bail...

Drone death figures show the U.S. "simply doesn't know who it has killed"

Responding to civilian casualty figures released by the White House today, international human...

Muhammad Anwar

Muhammad Anwar was arrested in 1993 when he was just 17 years old. He was sentenced to death five...

Global executions reach 25-year high - Reprieve comment

The number of executions carried out globally last year rose to a 25-year high, a review of the...

Abdullah Hasan al-Zaher

Abdullah was just 15 years old when he was arrested in 2012 for allegedly participating in protests...

The Death Penalty in Saudi Arabia

For over a decade, Saudi Arabia has ranked among the top five executing countries in the world. This...

Ali al-Nimr

Ali al-Nimr was just 17 years old when he was sentenced to death by crucifixion in the wake of the...

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