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Torture rife in Libya’s jails two years after Gaddafi: U.N.

“Torture and brutality are rife in Libyan prisons two years after the overthrow of leader Muammar Gaddafi in a revolution launched under the banner of freedom and justice, a U.N. report said on Tuesday. Around 8,000 prisoners are held without trial in government jails on suspicion of having fought for Gaddafi, while countless others are detained by freelance militias out of sight and in primitive conditions, it added.”

Source: Torture rife in Libya’s jails two years after Gaddafi: U.N. | Reuters

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