The men say no one asked their permission to publish the photo online
Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights has expressed 'serious concerns' about inequality in the UK
'Medical involvement in torture is often discussed in terms of what happens or has happened elsewhere, in some imagined country far away, under a military dictatorship for example, or historically in Nazi Germany or Stalin’s Russia'
Edith Schippers proposes to limit period of time a doctor can carry out the medical procedure
Who specifically in the British establishment knew children and women, one pregnant, would be put on those rendition planes? Former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw? Tony Blair? Or, in this sense, had Britain’s agent gone rogue?
Palestinians with permits to worship in Jerusalem were exempt and humanitarian access is allowed
Ban Ki-Moon said the decision was 'one of the most painful and difficult' he has had to make as Secretary General
The UN said officials ‘at the highest levels of government’ were responsible for human rights violations
The deal represents the largest ever one-off investment in a private company
The rate of executions so far this year has been higher than 2015, which set a 21-year record
Buyuksarac was crowned Miss Turkey in 2006
Ex-dictator of Chad Hissène Habré gets life for crimes against humanity, rape, sexual slavery and ordering killings.
At the International Labour Conference in Geneva, governments, trade unions, and employers will open talks on how to prevent abuse in global supply chains to protect the health of child workers
The move follows public outrage at rising levels of violent crime against children
David Cameron has got the balance wrong between engaging and isolating governments guilty of abusing human rights
While LGBT rights have made considerable progress in some parts of the world recently, a surprising number of countries still punish same-sex relationships with life in prisonment or even death