Kuwait: Bidun arrested after peaceful protests
At least 25 members of the Bidun community in Kuwait were arrested between 2 and 8 October 2012 following peaceful protests where they denounced ongoing human rights abuses against Kuwait’s stateless people. They may be prisoners of conscience.
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