There have been 366 alleged war crimes in Yemen but only 79 investigations by the Saudi-led coalition - and none by the Ministry of Defence.
Politicians have urged Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan, to lift a travel ban on a woman who peacefully opposes the Taliban and tries to prevent young people being recruited for jihad.
The organisers of Scotland’s next population census in 2021 have come under fire for hiring a firm whose US parent company is accused of helping torture prisoners at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
The whistleblower who revealed Israel's secret nuclear missile programme and was jailed for 18 years has been sentenced again.
The condition of imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi is worsening both physically and mentally, according to his wife.
Six months after the battle to reclaim Mosul from IS began, people are fleeing the city for the relative safety of camps in Iraqi Kurdistan.
The High Court will hear a judicial review into UK weapons exports to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen’s war.
The Scottish Government has said it will partner with the Rwandan Government on international development - but experts say the latter's poor human rights record must be addressed.
Despite pledging to invest ethically, Scottish universities still have shares worth millions in arms, fossil fuels and tobacco companies.