Reprieve delivers justice and saves lives, from death row to Guantánamo Bay.
on 07 May 2012
Investors in IT and security giant Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) are being warned over the company’s involvement in the CIA’s illegal programme of rendition and torture.
on 02 May 2012
An Algerian judge this week arbitrarily denied bail to a former Guantánamo detainee, despite his meeting all of the bail requirements set out in the country’s penal procedures code.
on 30 April 2012
This weekend, CODEPINK, the Center for Constitutional Rights, and Reprieve hosted the International Drone Summit in Washington, DC.
on 25 April 2012
This weekend's international Drone Summit aims to bring transparency and the rule of law to the CIA’s covert targeted killing programme in Pakistan and beyond.
on 24 April 2012
After months of pressure from lawyers and activists, the US government has this week granted Pakistani human rights lawyer Shahzad Akbar a visa to attend and speak at an International Drone Summit in Washington DC on April 28, 2012.
on 24 April 2012
Virginia’s executioners are not even checking that prisoners are properly anaesthetised before injecting them with lethal chemicals which can cause excruciating pain, according to new documents filed by lawyers.
on 23 April 2012
Lawyers for a Pakistani student whose civilian father was killed in a drone strike have taken further legal action over the British Government’s refusal to come clean on its policy of providing intelligence to support the CIA’s illegal programme.
on 19 April 2012
Representatives of a prisoner tortured by the CIA and held without charge or trial for 10 years will today (Thursday) meet prosecutors to discuss charges against former senior members of the Polish intelligence services for complicity in his abuse.
on 18 April 2012
The US state of Virginia is pressing ahead with plans to execute Ivan Teleguz, despite the near total collapse of the case against him after the prosecution’s two key witnesses admitted lying in court.
on 16 April 2012
An Islamabad court will hand down judgment tomorrow (Tuesday) over the Pakistani police’s failure to investigate two reports by Pakistani citizens on the murder of innocent civilians by CIA unmanned aerial vehicles (drones).