'Amnesty International, it is always biased and politicised and it is a shame for such an organisation to publish a report without a shred of evidence' the Syrian leader says
Human rights groups claims crimes against humanity perpetrated in 'human slaughterhouse'
Human rights organisation's report refers to killings as a 'calculated campaign of extrajudicial execution'
Women took to the streets of Sanaa in support of the Houthi rebels
'What kind of refined cruelty is it that would involve presenting a mother with a "choice" to either,' says Amnesty International's Kathy Voss
As major brands are accused of using child labour and exploitative practice, we ask how shoppers can make responsible choices when buying
Russian MPs claim game's support for anti-homophobia campaign may make it illegal
Richard Ratcliffe accuses UK Government of 'not having my family’s best interests at heart' after wife Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe imprisoned in Iran since April
Public awareness campaign highlights importance of Human Rights Act in Hillsborough inquest and Northern Ireland peace process
There have been calls for the four men to be executed
Several migrants allege they were electrocuted and one man says his testicals were pulled by pliers
Ildar Dadin is the first person sentenced under a controversial new law banning public assembly
Group claims Turkey's state of emergency has ensured a 'blank cheque' for torture
Facebook and WhatsApp were ranked the most secure chat apps by Amnesty, but there are big problems with both of the apps, say security experts
Sunni Arabs in Iraq are facing 'brutal revenge attacks' at the hands of militias and government forces, and are being punished for crimes committed by Isis — Amnesty report claims
'This is an extremely disturbing case,' says Amnesty International