Libyan Jails Marked By Torture, Lack Of Due Process: U.N.
The United Nations said on Friday, about 14,000 Libyans and refugees languish in overcrowded prisons in Libya, marked by torture, deplorable conditions and a lack of due process. U.N. human rights spokesman Rupert Colville , about half of the inmates “continue to be deprived of their liberty without regard for due process”, many of them held since the 2011 conflict to overthrow former leader Muammar Gaddafi.
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