The Equality and Human Rights Commission has written to the UN expressing concerns that the doctors contract amounts to unfair discrimination against women
Lindsay Sandiford and Gareth Cashmore have been sentenced to death by firing squad
The Government has faced calls to suspend arms sales to the Riyadh regime while investigations take place
'I have asked the Office of the Attorney General to appeal the verdict,' justice minister says
Breivik, it emerged, is living in a state of solitary confinement – an existence that is not only inhumane but can be psychologically damaging in the long term
The killer has exchanged hundreds of letters with a woman known only as 'Victoria' who claims to be in love with him
'The prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment applies no matter what,' a court in Oslo said in its ruling
The previously far reaching powers of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice face limitations
Salem Abdulla Ishtail al-Doussari was accused of making 'vulgar remarks' against the country's ruling emir and regional leaders
The prisoners are expected to have left Guantanmo in a couple of weeks
The man said he bought the flag online after one of his children found the colours 'pretty'
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
Exclusive: Agency deleted reference to client after challenge from human rights group
Breivik is suing the government, alleging it has violated the European Convention on Human Rights by holding him in isolation in Skien prison
A number of high-profile cases have thrown a spotlight on transgender women being sent to male prisons, with tragic results. Paris Lees, a trans woman who has spent time behind bars, explains why reform and greater understanding are urgently needed
A Saudi official said the Kingdom was 'one of the first countries to promote human rights' and 'fights torture in all its physical and moral manifestations'