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Palestinian prisoners go on hunger strike to protest administrative detention
Over 6000 Palestinian prisoners are languishing in Israeli jails. Hundreds of these inmates are held without any charge or trial under what’s known as administrative detention deemed illegal based on international law. Now, six Palestinian prisoners are refusing food to protest the policy. Among those six protesters there is Heba al-Labadi, a Palestinian-Jordanian national who has been on a hunger strike for over three weeks.
73 Palestinian detainees have died due to torture in Israeli jails since 1967: Prisoners’ group
A Palestinian human rights group says dozens of Palestinian prisoners have lost their lives since 1967 after being exposed to various forms of brutal torture at the hands of their interrogators in Israeli prisons and detention centers.
Russia, Ukraine swap prisoners in landmark step to ease tensions
Russia and Ukraine carried out a long-awaited swap of 70 prisoners on Saturday, in a deal hailed by President Volodymyr Zelensky as a "first step" toward ending their conflict.
Bahraini death row prisoners denied medical care for over three weeks: Report
An imprisoned Bahraini political activist, who is on the Manama regime’s death row and could be executed at any time, is reportedly being denied appropriate healthcare and pain-relief medication.
Leader pardons large groups of prisoners
The leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei has agreed to pardon or ease the sentences of a large group of those sentenced by the public and revolutionary courts.
Nearly 65% of prisoners at women's jail in England 'show signs of brain injury'
Nearly 65 percent of prisoners at a women’s jail in England may have suffered traumatic brain injuries at some point in their lives, a study found.
5,000 prisoners of conscience in Bahraini regime’s detention, says rights group
An independent human rights group says it has documented the arrest of more than 5,000 prisoners of conscience in addition to 200 victims of excessive use of force, murder and torture in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom, as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy activists.
More prisoners in UK to get phones in cells in drive to cut violence
Thousands more prisoners in the UK will be able to make phone calls from their cells as part of government plans to reduce violence and reoffending.
Daesh terrorists executed over 700 prisoners in eastern Syria in two months: Observatory
The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says members of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group have executed more than 700 prisoners in Syria’s troubled eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
UK top in Europe for number of life sentence prisoners: Study
A new study shows that the number of people sentenced to life in prison in the United Kingdom well exceeds figures in other European countries.
UK top in Europe for number of life sentence prisoners: Study
A new study shows that the number of people sentenced to life in prison in the United Kingdom well exceeds figures in other European countries.
Report reveals female prisoners in England left to give birth without midwife
Women in England are giving birth in prison cells without access to proper medical care, according to a startling report shared with The Guardian.
Prisoners age more quickly than general population, inspectors say
Prisoners age more quickly than the general population, inspectors said, as, they say, jails in England and Wales are ill-equipped to deal with a growing population of older inmates.
Prisoners take control of part of South Sudan detention center
Prisoners disarmed guards and seized control of part of a detention center in South Sudan's capital Juba early on Sunday, the state security service said, and a detainee said the inmates taking the action were political prisoners seeking freedom.
Prisoners riot, seize weapons at South Sudan detention center
Prisoners rioted and seized weapons at a detention center in South Sudan’s capital Juba early on Sunday, a security source and local residents said.

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