Palestinian NGO said increasing infections among Israeli jailers is the ‘first source of transmission’ to prisoners.
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Canadian prime minister says his government ‘will pursue every avenue’ to bring Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor home.
Internationally recognised lawyer returns to a women’s prison where her husband says health concerns persist.
Mays Abu Ghosh, a journalism student, says she faced psychological and physical torture by Israeli forces.
New evidence sheds light on one of the deadliest prison uprisings in Colombia’s recent history.
Sotoudeh released on furlough from a women’s prison outside Tehran shortly after ending lengthy hunger strike.
Maher launched hunger strike to protest against his four-month detention order which could be extended past November 26.
Wife of detained Palestinian says he is feeble, consuming only water and has difficulty speaking.
My journey from Syria’s notorious Branch 215 prison to the US’s Georgetown University.
As the Black Lives Matter movement spreads across the globe, we investigate Australia’s Indigenous incarceration crisis.
How a botched transfer between two California prisons led to one of the largest coronavirus clusters in the US.