Turkish president says MPs who backed motion to recognise slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians are 'terrorists' with 'impure blood'
Same-sex sexual activity is illegal under section 489 of the Penal Code in Morocco
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
Around 35 men and women were sentenced to 99 lashes each after being found 'dancing and jubliating'
Female migrants are being tricked into travelling to Gulf states by recruitment agents on the promise of triple pay
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
Exclusive: Top psychiatrists warn mental health care could be set back years if Government goes through with manifesto promise
Activists say the government should stop making excuses for 'disturbing' civil liberties crackdown
Woman is being treated for severe burns on the island
Shirani made claims of alleged harassment and sexism in her workplace after fleeing Iran with her young son. She spoke to the Independent from a secret location about the reality of maintaining a high-profile role in a society where women are deliberately disempowered
'I have asked the Office of the Attorney General to appeal the verdict,' justice minister says
Winston Churchill and other British experts helped to draft the European Convention on Human Rights
The Home Secretary said that the ECHR was able to 'bind the hands of Parliament'
The child was one of several married during the ceremony in Rajasthan