Arms firms in Scotland are failing to make human rights checks which could prevent their products from being used in potential war crimes.
A French energy giant that runs nuclear plants in Scotland has been added to a “dirty list” for working on a dam project in Burma that locals say could displace people and damage the environment.
The UK government has been condemned for arming states named in a UN report revealing that 12,000 children were killed or maimed last year in armed conflicts.
Gulalai Ismail has been targeted by Pakistani security services, accused of a litany of crimes including sedition, financing terrorism and defaming state institutions.
More than 300,000 people are unable to return to their homes in Mosul two years after the end of a military operation to retake Iraq's second largest city from Islamic State.
Former child soldiers abducted by the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda are rebuilding their lives.
Bombs and missiles will still be exported to Saudi Arabia under a secretive licensing system despite a court ruling that UK arms sales are illegal.
The UK government broke the law by selling arms to Saudi Arabia, the Court of Appeal says in a landmark ruling.
Concerns raised with the Scottish Government over its relationship with an arms company that sold Hong Kong tear gas apparently used by police during clashes with protestors.