In countries across Europe, excessive use of force by police against protesters goes uninvestigated and unpunished.
A new Amnesty International report slams the UK government’s plans for a substantial extension of the use of secret evidence in the justice system.
Two prison guards and a prison director have been given life in prison for torturing political activist Engin Çeber to death in a Turkish prison in October 2008.
Another Azerbaijani youth activist has been detained as part of a post-Eurovision crackdown on dissent.
Almost four years to the day since Turkish activist Engin Çeber died in custody, a court will rule whether police and prison guards had a role in the torture that allegedly killed him.
Belarusian authorities are attempting to suppress opposition voices ahead of upcoming elections.
A Russian court's decision today to jail members of the punk rock protest band Pussy Riot is a bitter blow for freedom of expression in the country.
Such attacks are unacceptable and the authorities must do all within their power to calm their rise.
A large number of the 7,500 foreign nationals arrested in Athens over the last few days reported to be of Asian, African and North African origin.
Court sentences 70-year-old Ramze Shihab Amhed to 15 years in prison after 'grossly unfair' trial that relied on 'torture' evidence.
Members of the band will stay in pre-trial custody for six more months after singing a protest song in Moscow’s main Orthodox church in February.
The release of nine Azerbaijani prisoners of conscience is a smokescreen to mask an ongoing crackdown on free expression in the country.
A new Amnesty International report documents how Cyprus locks away hundreds of irregular migrants each year, breaching international obligations.
In Azerbaijan, there has been a worrying rise in police harassment of young activists who participated in protests around Eurovision.
Police in the Russian capital stopped an attempted Pride and detained dozens, including the event's organizers.
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
Eurovision organizers have remained silent on the Azerbaijani authorities' fresh wave of human rights violations ahead of the song contest in Baku.
Just weeks before Azerbaijan hosts the Eurovision song contest, police have violently broken up two peaceful protests in the capital.
Proposed legal changes could result in information and evidence of human rights violations by UK state representatives being kept secret.
A Libyan man subjected to rendition in 2004 has filed a civil claim against former UK Foreign Secretary Jack Straw and other officials.