Egypt: Deposed President and Aides Incommunicado
Deposed President Mohamed Morsi and nine of his aides have been held in an unknown location by the Egyptian authorities since 3 July, without contact with their lawyers, doctors or family. They appear to be held in a manner which deprives them of the protection of the law, in conditions which put them at risk of torture and other ill-treatment and may amount to enforced disappearance.
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