Oman: Further information: Oman protestors released; some still held
All those detained in Oman in relation to recent protests, have been released without charge, except for at least nine men. The nine men continue to be held without charge and at least one is held incommunicado, increasing the risk of torture or other ill-treatment. They may be held solely for peacefully exercising their right to freedom of expression.
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