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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PRESS RELEASE 01 April 2016 A historic ruling by a Philippines court this...
The discovery of a secret torture cell in a police intelligence facility in the Philippines where officers physically abused inmates for fun in a game of “roulette” shows the authorities’ pitiful lack of control over the police force in the country, Amnesty International said today.
The popular game show “Wheel of Fortune” is a global phenomenon. Syndicated across more than 50 countries worldwide, millions have sat glued to their television screens as contestants try their luck with the spin of the wheel in eager anticipation of winning the star prize.
A pervasive culture of impunity is allowing torture by police to go unchecked in the Philippines, Amnesty International’s latest report, Above the Law: Police Torture in the Philippines, revealed today as it launched a major new campaign to stop torture in the country.
This morning’s arrest of a General accused of abductions and torture in the Philippines is an encouraging sign that the authorities are finally tackling a culture of impunity for serious human rights violations by the security forces, Amnesty International said.
Amnesty International Malaysia today launched a campaign to highlight the continued prevalence of torture and other ill-treatment faced by detainees in custody, worldwide.
Start Here, Start Now, Stop Torture PUNCHED AND SLAPPED IN THE PHILIPPINES Alfreda Disbarro "He put...
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Greetings, Human Rights Champions!

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