The battle for Idlib, Syria, is raging and hundreds of thousands of civilians are once again trying to find safety from the bombs of the Assad regime and its key ally Russia. More than 800,000 people have been displaced since 1 December, due to intense conflict in freezing weather.

Can the United States become a more credible and effective voice abroad against torture and other detainee abuses? Read this op-ed by HRW's Elisa Epstein, written after she visited a courtroom at Guantanamo Bay last month.

The army in Nigeria has burned and forcibly displaced entire villages in response to a recent escalation in attacks by the armed group Boko Haram, according to an Amnesty International report published today

Justice is finally coming to the small, remote village of Vremenny, located in Dagestan, the largest and arguably most complex region of Russia’s Northern Caucasus.

And there's still time to stop killer robots - if we take action.