United Kingdom: Deportations to Algeria at all costs
Amnesty International continues to be profoundly concerned about the United Kingdom (UK) authorities' attempts to deport more than 15 Algerian men to their country of origin at all costs. The organization considers that these attempts are contrary to the prohibition of sending persons to countries where they face a real risk of serious human rights violations, including torture or other ill-treatment.
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