‘Guards would come to the bars and say: ‘Knock on the door when they die.’ It was a famous saying’
Ghina Ahmad Wadi is in extreme pain with a complex bone fracture and severed nerve in her thigh
Tens of thousands of supporters of Turkey's ruling and main opposition parties rallied together in support of democracy
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have called for Riyadh's suspension over its conduct in Yemen
New research shows criminalisation interferes with prostitutes' human rights
Yemeni local talks of 'bombs hanging off the trees' as Amnesty International calls on UK Government to do more to trace the whereabouts of weapons
Shafik Rehman is the third pro-opposition journalist to be arrested in Bangladesh since 2013. His family has described allegations the 81-year-old plotted to abduct and kill the Prime Minister's son as 'completely farcical'
Tim Farron said: 'This poll reiterates what most of us already knew – that Britons were generous and open-hearted'
Lindsay Sandiford and Gareth Cashmore have been sentenced to death by firing squad
The world experienced a sharp spike in executions in 2015
Foreigners account for roughly 90 per cent of the 2.5 million people living in Qatar - many of them low-paid migrant workers
Alaa Brinji was convicted for tweets he posted in support of Saudi Arabian women's right to drive cars, human rights defenders and prisoners of conscience
Critics say move amounts to a 'gross attack on democratic freedoms'
Amnesty International's newly launched fortnightly podcasts offer first-hand accounts from human rights campaigners and victims of injustice, told through the voice of another
The French-Moroccan photographer was killed during a terrorist attack in Burkina Faso's capital earlier this month
The UN raised concern over the measure, which it said could force more refugees to risk their lives on smugglers' boats or leave them trapped in warzones