Safoora Tofangchiha wrote an impassioned letter to the Iranian president begging for her son's release
The presenter quit her job at the beginning of February before making the allegations.
EXCLUSIVE: IBTimesUK speaks with surgeon Denis Mukwege, who operated 40,000 women victim of rape and mutilation
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has said Met Police may end policy of automatic belief of sex abuse complaints.
EXCLUSIVE: Youth activists tell IBTimes UK about plans for 'revolution' in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Simon Binner chose to end his life at a clinic in Switzerland, as shown in the doc How To Die: Simon's Choice.
Violations since 1997 posed serious risks for Ugandan's ability to freely exercise their human rights.
Leopards sighted in the same area where a leopard had mauled six people recently.
Police are set to use slingshots loaded with marbles and chilli to tackle unruly protesters.
German Klimenko wants an 18% tax on all mobile apps, and says the Russian government no longer trusts Windows.
Campaigners putting Western and South Korean TV shows onto USB sticks to break North Korean foreign media ban.
Education campaigner and father of Malala Yousafzai spoke out ahead of the TV debut of He Named Me Malala.
Member of Sisters Uncut, protesting against cuts to domestic-violence services, was arrested in Portsmouth.
Human Rights Watch calls on US government to take action to enable timely and credible elections.
Change the sign, change the attitude says a Connecticut campaign aiming to swap out the old symbol