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Kazakh teen released on bail is electronically tagged in London
The Kazakh teenager, arrested on charges of sexual harassment, was released on bailed but has to wear an ankle monitoring bracelet.
Russia court orders review of Pussy Riot verdicts
The Russian Supreme Court has ordered a review of the guilty verdicts handed to two members of punk band Pussy Riot, three months before the pair are due to be released from prison, it said Thursday.
Nazarbayev ratifies treaty with China on transfer of convicted Kazakhstanis
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has ratified the treaty with China on transferring Kazakhstani convicts to Kazakhstan.
Penal Reform International to change lives of prisoners in Kazakhstan
Penal Reform International will change the lives of prisoners in Kazakhstan, helping the country in its effort to humanize the penal system.
Ex-FBI agent gets 11 years for security leaks, child porn
A former FBI agent was sentenced to more than three years in prison Thursday for disclosing confidential national security information about a foiled bomb plot to an Associated Press reporter.
Canadian 'child soldier' appeals Guantanamo conviction
Omar Khadr, the Canadian "child soldier" held for a decade at Guantanamo, appealed his terror conviction Friday.
New Iranian president wants 'empty prisons'
Iran's newly elected moderate president said Thursday he hoped for the freedom of more prisoners after the recent release of prominent reformists.
China court jails general's son for decade over gang rape
A court sentenced the teenage son of a Chinese general to 10 years in jail for gang rape on Thursday, court authorities said, after his trial threw a spotlight on the lives of China's elite.
Smoking to be banned in English prisons: report
Smoking is set to be prohibited in all prisons in England and Wales over fears of that staff may bring compensation claims.
US convict who was 'too fat to execute' dies in jail
A 485-pound (220-kilogram) convicted murderer who escaped execution after his lawyers argued he was too fat to be put to death has died in prison.
Force-feeding of Gitmo inmates is unethical: US doctor
The force-feeding of hunger striking inmates at the US prison in Guantanamo clearly violates medical ethics and international law.
Jailed Pussy Riot punk asks again for parole
One of the jailed members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot on Wednesday asked again to be released on parole after serving almost a year in prison.
Nazarbayev signs anti-torture law
The document is aimed at creating mechanism for prevention of tortures and other forms of illicit treatment to people in places of confinement.
Every fifth prisoner HIV-positive in East Kazakhstan
Every fifth prisoner serving a sentence in East-Kazakhstan oblast is HIV-positive.
UN assembly slams Assad 'escalation' in Syria war
The UN General Assembly condemned President Bashar al-Assad's "escalation" of the Syrian war on Wednesday as rebels battled to free inmates from a prison in the key city of Aleppo.
Guantanamo prisoners face body search: lawyer
Guantanamo officials have warned detainees at the widely reviled US prison that they will have to be patted down thoroughly each time they meet their lawyers.
Nigerian Islamists attack town, kill 55: army
Nigerian gunmen on Tuesday launched coordinated attacks on military barracks, a prison and police stations in the northeastern town of Bama, killing 55 people and springing 105 inmates.
Guantanamo prisoner speaks of despair, hunger strike
Guantanamo Bay prisoner Obaydullah says he is "losing all hope" after joining a widening hunger strike in February to protest his indefinite detention at the US military jail.
Obama eyes Guantanamo envoy but closure path thorny
President Barack Obama may name a new envoy as a first step toward honoring his renewed pledge to close Guantanamo Bay, but the path to shuttering the "war on terror" camp seems as intractable as ever.
Half of Guantanamo on hunger strike: US official
More than half of the 166 detainees held at the US-run Guantanamo military prison have joined a rapidly growing hunger strike to protest their indefinite detention.
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