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on 23 October 2012
The statement of a man who lost his father to a CIA drone strike in Pakistan was today described as “very moving” by the judge hearing a legal challenge to the UK Government’s reported policy of support for the secret drone programme.
on 22 October 2012
A two day court hearing begins today (Tuesday) into a legal challenge brought against the UK’s reported policy of support for CIA drone strikes in Pakistan.
on 17 October 2012
A prisoner who died this week in a potentially botched lethal injection was killed using drugs from a compounding pharmacy, it has emerged.
on 16 October 2012
The Government’s reviewer of terrorism legislation today agreed that British judges would be “fettered” by plans for secret courts currently before Parliament.
on 10 October 2012
First evidence filed in Libya renditions case as UK government rushes secret courts bill
on 09 October 2012
The UK Government has been threatened with legal action over its failure to stop the export of drone components which may be used by the CIA to carry out its illegal campaign in Pakistan.
on 03 October 2012
Reprieve’s Founder Clive Stafford Smith has asked Barack Obama for a guarantee that an international protest march through North West Pakistan will not be hit by the CIA’s Predator drones.
on 26 September 2012
Health care company, Fresenius Kabi, has announced that it has put in place a comprehensive system of distribution controls to prevent its product from being used off-label to carry out executions by lethal injection.
on 25 September 2012
Drones “terrorising” men, women and children in Pakistan, US academics find.
on 21 September 2012
Guantanamo prisoner's uncle files complaint with the French government over torture Mr Ahmed Hadjarab, a French citizen, filed a criminal complaint with the French government last week over his nephew Nabil’s continuing imprisonment and torture in Guantánamo Bay.