Researchers say EU is disregarding international law and human rights
Acting Assistant Secretary of State Stuart Jones’ 20-second hesitation before answering has been described as the longest pause ever seen from a US official
Concern grows in Berlin as President regularly condemns country's policies and practices but fails to address poor human rights records of other nations
'There is not a single concrete fact, there are no surnames'
Toddlers among dozens of migrants drowned in new disaster
Prominent human rights lawyer Khaled Ali latest to be detained in spate of arrests rights organisations say target potential presidential candidates
Criticism comes from Republican and Democrat sides after President's major address in Riyadh
President instead lavishes praise on 'magnificent' kingdom
Police in Xinjiang purchase $8.7m of equipment to analyse genetic material from citizens, prompting fears of state security crackdown
Experts raise 'serious concerns about government’s commitment to basic freedoms'
Two-year-old boy and Egyptian national confirmed killed and 14 injured in fight for historic neighbourhood in eastern town
School headteacher among trio suspected of links with Gulen movement
The President’s soft approach to authoritarian leaders has set the alarm bells ringing in Washington, but could this change in US foreign policy actually be the first sign that he is sticking to his ‘America First’ pledge?
Officers in riot gear forcibly arrest protesters on day of worldwide action against autocratic governmet, poor pay and conditions for workers, and austerity
Lim Hye-jin described watching interned political dissenters set on fire, beheaded and shot dead en masse in collective punishment following escape attempts
The army-led killings of about 1,000 people have become a horrific symbol of the unaccountability for atrocities in El Salvador's civil war