Yemen: Further information on incommunicado detention / fear of torture or ill-treatment: Omar Ibrahim Dagah
Omar Ibrahim Dagah has now been in incommunicado detention for nearly two months. He has already been seriously ill-treated, and Amnesty International is increasingly concerned that he is at risk of torture and further ill-treatment. His family are still being denied access to him.
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