Tim Farron said: 'This poll reiterates what most of us already knew – that Britons were generous and open-hearted'
'This reckless decision by the Kenyan government is an abdication of its duty to protect the vulnerable and will put thousands of lives at risk,' Amnesty International warns
Activists say the government should stop making excuses for 'disturbing' civil liberties crackdown
'It would be unprecedented in the history of warfare for [air strikes] not to have killed civilians,' says monitoring group
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
Fadi Mansour has reportedly been held for over a year in the airport's Problematic Passengers Lounge, which has no natural light, beds or privacy
Mohammad Sakha teaches circus skills to children with learning disabilities
Report issues damning assessment on the state of human rights in the world right now
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
Other footage, too graphic to show, shows several people lying motionless on the ground in pools of blood
Kurdish forces have bulldozed, blown up and burned down thousands of homes, Amnesty International say
Amnesty International has slammed Lebanese authorities for 'stooping to a new low' by placing the refugees in danger
France's parliament has already voted to extend the country's state of emergency following the Paris attacks for three months
Too little has been done. Qatar’s delays to labour reform are a recipe for a human rights disaster
'The government should be commended for recognising that to go ahead with it would have been needlessly cruel'
On 9 November a female teenage suicide bomber targeted a mosque during afternoon prayers