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BBC News: Afghanistan rejects UN allegations of torture in jails

September 8, 2011

The Afghan government has rejected allegations of torture in its prisons, calling them politically motivated.

The allegations, which appear in an as-yet unpublished UN report, suggest that in some prisons detainees have been beaten and given electric shocks.

Continues at: bbc.co.uk – Afghanistan rejects UN allegations of torture in jails

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  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    September 8, 2011 19:38

    TIe reject of allegation may provoque several reactions.
    If there aree not been prisoners’s torture, this may be proved by credible documentations. If, instead, situation is that that has been ufficialized, more problems are present and impose.
    A new born nation is not credible and democratic on such a situation. The human rights must be respected for alls, war’s prisoners included.
    An approfondment of situation is urgent, to done possibility of a line of conduct on matter.
    If no torture has been posed on, no reason of a denied of an inspection sussist.
    Claudio Alpaca

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