US President Barack Obama was in Costa Rica yesterday for a summit with central American leaders on trade, immigration and the drug war. They pressed Obama to step up US assistance against ...
Thousands of mourners lined the streets of Sa’ir, close to Hebron, yesterday for the funeral of Arafat Jadarat.
The head of gang which tortured and killed a Jewish man in 2006, has been sentenced to seven more years in prison for making anti-Semitic videos while in jail.
Ambroise Pierre, Africa Researcher at Reporters Without Borders, comments on the escape to freedom of Sudanese female journalist Somaia Ibrahim Ismail, kidnapped and tortured by state security ...
France called on Iran on Thursday to explain the death of a blogger in a detention centre south of Tehran.
French authorities have banned a planned demonstration today in front of the castle belonging to the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, in Betz, a small village north-east of Paris.
At the United Nations, members of the UN's General Assembly were briefed on the use of torture by security forces in Morocco this week, as part of a preview of an upcoming report to be presented ...
A Bahreini court has cleared a female police officer accused of torturing a reporter for RFI’s sister stations France 24 and Monte Carlo Doualiya during protests last year.
The United States Supreme Court has begun re-examining whether oil giant Shell was complicit in acts of torture by the Nigerian government during the 1990s.
A court in London has finished hearing evidence in a case brought by three Kenyans who say they were tortured by representatives of the British administration during the colonial era.