Bahrain: Further information: 15 years' imprisonment for opposition activist: Naji Fateel
Bahraini human rights activist Naji Fateel was sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment on 29 September on charges related to his involvement in the opposition youth movement known as the 14 February Coalition. He told the court that he had been tortured, and marks of torture were visible on his back.
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