'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
The couple told Saudi media they would refuse to split
As many as 43,000 Bangladeshis die each year from arsenic-related diseases
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
Kingdom faces criticism from rights groups over its use of the death penalty
Saudi Arabia's press channels provide fascinating insights into how the country wants to present itself to the rest of the world
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'
The wedding was filmed with actors to highlight the 'grim reality' faced by millions of girls around the world
Mohammad Sakha teaches circus skills to children with learning disabilities
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Report issues damning assessment on the state of human rights in the world right now
Condemnation comes as UN describes moves to scrap the Human Rights Act as 'profoundly regrettable'
The UN's special rapporteur on human rights said more must be done to pursue criminal accountability