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Egypt's Court of Cassation upheld death sentence of Sheikh Abdel Rehim Abdel Halim Gabreel – an 80-year-old Quran tutor.
On 31 October the two men were confirmed to being held at pre-trial detention centres in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Ofer Military Court in OPT approved the renewal of Khalida Jarrar’s administrative detention for another four months.
On 23 October, Krasnodar Regional Court ordered the release of lawyer Mikhail Benyash on bail, set at about USD 10,000.
Valquiria and her son Abel* fled Brazil and requested asylum in the US but were separated by US border authorities.
The families of 12 Saudi men sentenced to death after an unfair mass trial fear that their relatives could be executed.
Aasia Noreen, known as Aasia Bibi, is a Christian who was convicted of blasphemy and sentenced to death in 2010.
The health of Huang Qi, founder and director of human rights website “64 Tianwang”, has further deteriorated.
Salah Hammouri, French-Palestinian lawyer and NGO worker, was released from Ketziot prison in southern Israel.