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Britain Called Out on Suspects’ Treatment

Europe’s top human rights watchdog criticized Britain on Wednesday for its treatment of terror suspects and urged it to tighten judicial supervision over terrorism cases. The Council of Europe, in a report drafted by its human rights commissioner, said placing foreign suspects under house arrest violates basic human rights. The new laws, passed by the House of Lords in March, allow for the indefinite detention without trial or charge of foreigners suspected of involvement in terrorist-related activities. Full Story

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