An Iraqi federal police commander played a role in the summary execution of four men and a 15-year-old boy last month, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.
The latest claim that a human rights defender was abused while in Bahraini custody suggests the country is "a haven for torturers," Human Rights Watch said.
A law passed by the Libyan Parliament banning former regime members from government office is too vague, Human Rights Watch said.
It's unlikely that the Iraqi government will hold anyone accountable for a deadly crackdown on demonstrators near Kirkuk, the deputy prime minister said.
The British government has a long history of friendship with the United Arab Emirates, British Foreign Secretary William Hague said.
Yemeni authorities should leave "no stone unturned" in their investigation into the administration of the former president, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is called on to "show some backbone" and press Emirati authorities on abuses, Human Rights Watch.
A raid on a protest camp near the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk was a blatant violation of the law, Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama al-Nujaifi said.
Organizers of the Bahrain Grand Prix are ignoring human rights concerns in the host country, Human Rights Watch said.
Former Libyan intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi needs access to a lawyer so the Libyan government can ensure impartial justice, a rights group said.