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Amnesty's investigation 'reveals that prisoners detained on politically motivated charges are being held in prolonged and indefinite solitary confinement in Egypt – at times for several years – which in and of itself amounts to torture'
The Council of Europe mission aims to ensure that the people of Crimea are not forgotten
King Norodom Sihamoni grants a royal pardon to the activists – including a 75 year old woman known locally as Mommy
The tearful campaigners wearing orange prison uniforms repeatedly shouted very unjust in Khmer as they were led out of the courtroom
Jailed 75 year old Nget Khun known as Mommy in her land leads Cambodians fight against forced eviction
The decision was seen as unusually harsh and comes amid a broader crackdown on what the state claims is a terror backed independence movement in Xinjiang
Much as I hate to say it I think Senator Bong Revilla has a right to complain about jail conditions