Press TV – Court orders UK to pay Iran hundreds of...

In a significant development that has taken over three decades, the British government has conceded it will pay Iran over six hundred million dollars for an arms contract that went sour after the fall of the Shah.

Police accused of brutality over Gaza demonstrations – Press TV

A report by a human rights organisation has criticised the British police for what it calls "brutality" during anti-Israel demonstrations in London one year ago.

Genocide Memorial Day 2010

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Press TV – The Egyptian Definition of ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ European

On the Rattansi & Ridley programme, Yvonne is asking about the meaning of Good European in her report from Cairo.

Egyptian police beat Gaza peace activists – Press TV

SEVEN protestors were injured as Egyptian plain clothes police turned violent at a Cairo street demonstration organised by peace activists.

In conversation with Imam Achmad Cassiem

Imam Achmad Cassiem joined IHRC to discuss his work as a campaigner for justice, from his years in the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa to his pro-Palestinian activism.

Press TV – A debate on Islamophobia

IHRC's Massoud Shadjareh joins The Panel on Press TV’s forum programme to discuss Islamophobia.

Afghanistan: Oral statement on the outcome of Afghanistan under the UPR

Approximately 630 Afghans and other foreign nationals including 9 juveniles are imprisoned without charge by the US government at the Bargram prison which clearly shows that US military airbase in Afghanistan is outside the protection of international human rights law.

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