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Breaking news: Ahmed Saddouma is no longer facing a death sentence

The commutation of his death sentence to 15 years imprisonment is an important step – but it is not justice.

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The Egypt Death Penalty Index: a groundbreaking new tool in the fight for human rights in Egypt

This information is an invaluable resource to defendants and their families, human rights defenders, the legal community and the media – and a wake-up call for the international community.

Celebrities and politicians join Reprieve in condemning the killing of 37 people in Saudi Arabia

Politicians, journalists and celebrities from around the globe have spoken up and joined Reprieve’s calls for Theresa May to take action.

Saudi Arabia executes 37 people in a single day – including three juveniles

At least three of those executed were minors at the time of their alleged offences. This is a flagrant violation of international law, which prohibits sentencing juveniles to death.

Yorkshire Terriers, Menwith Hill and illegal lethal drone strikes

There is something you should know about Yorkshire: it also plays a central role in America’s illegal lethal drones strikes.

German courts poised to make landmark judgement

This week, in a small courtroom in Germany, a judge will hear a case that could have profound implications for Governments across Europe. The UK Government, in particular, should take heed.

The rigged system that’s keeping detainees at Guantánamo indefinitely   

The Periodic Review Board (PRB) is a process whereby Guantánamo detainees can - in theory - be cleared for release if they are deemed to not be a “significant threat” to the security of the United States. 

5 reasons to oppose Trump's 'Temple of Torture'

Five compelling reasons why Guantánamo Bay should be closed for good.

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