In the West Bank, Israeli violence is also escalating, with raids in multiple cities and towns accompanied with drone strikes, killing at least 310 Palestinians since the beginning of the war in the month of October
Reports show that Israeli forces are executing Palestinian civilians in Gaza in front of their families and keeping detainees in open air concentration camps in violation of international laws on warfare
Since October 7, Palestinian prisoners have been subjected to an intense campaign of retaliatory violence by Israeli prison officials
After Milei’s statements in the presidential debate, it is necessary to remember why we talk about 30,000 disappeared during the Argentine dictatorship
A large number of those who were kept in Abu Ghraib and other detention centers run by the US and its allies in Iraq were innocent civilians. Many were subjected to various forms of torture and have not received justice to this day
Fatima Amarneh was arrested on September 4 after being accused of attempting to stab an Israeli soldier. She has allegedly been subjected to repeated abuse and torture by the Israeli police and prison officials
Over 1,000 of the nearly 5,000 Palestinian prisoners are administrative detainees who are in Israeli jails without charge or trial. Among them is Khader Adnan, who just completed 71 days of indefinite hunger strike against his wrongful detention inside Israel’s Ramla prison and is facing severe health issues.
The Communist Party of Swaziland is continuing to organize actions protesting the upcoming parliamentary elections in the country. Swaziland is the last remaining monarchy in Africa, and the people of the country have been facing brutal repression for resisting the king’s rule.
The body of Abdul Rashid Dar was recovered from the Zirhama forest of Kupwara district. Dar had been detained in December by security forces who subsequently claimed he had escaped
Hundreds of detainees have been incarcerated for years in the notorious American detention center in Cuba without any formal charges, and allegedly faced various forms of mental and physical torture
In Swaziland, only individuals approved by the local chiefs of King Mswati III can contest elections, and the parliament cannot hold the monarchy accountable. Pro-democracy activists have been calling for a boycott of the elections which are scheduled for August
Despite facing threats to his life, professor Ismail Mashal has stood defiantly against the Taliban’s restrictions on women’s education in the country