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Instead, Western countries have backed an investigation by the Saudi-allied Yemen government
The UK is accused of aiding a country with one of the world's worst human rights record through secret vote-trading
'The ministry might find it an opportunity to exchange support with the United Kingdom', leaked cable reportedly reads
The announcement came as the Russian Parliament approved military intervention to support Syrian regime against Isis
The prisoner's lawyers submitted evidence that he was a juvenile offender, making his execution illegal under Pakistani law
Exclusive: Controversial new court fees deny defendants the right to a fair trial because they encourage the innocent to plead guilty, says the professor
Jeremy Corbyn has previously said he supports actions on arms sales
The father-of-four was accused of working with al-Qaeda but was never charged with an offence and maintained his innocence
Donald Macintyre follows François and David as they try to mend Anglo-French relations over a half-pint in Oxfordshire
More than 80 backbenchers had demanded a tougher line on deporting foreign criminals from Britain
HIV and AIDs campaigners have called the amendment "draconian"
Shocking satellite images show devastation in districts that back opposition to President Assad
The peace talks are offering a way out of a vicious cycle, and it is one of the very few hopes for the vast majority of Syrians who reject extremism
Sepulvado is due to be put to death on 5 February
Even when guilt is established, the suffering inflicted upon inmates goes beyond belief
Last Thursday, Mohammed Asghar, a 69-year-old shopkeeper from Edinburgh who has been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic, was sentenced to death. The sentence came after two marathon hearings and a three-year trial process.