Jordan: Investigate alleged torture of Amer Jubr
As Amer Jubran, a Jordanian of Palestinian descent serving a 10-year prison sentence, awaits a ruling by Jordan’s highest court on his case, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch are calling on the Jordanian government to ensure a prompt, impartial and independent investigation into allegations that he made the “confession” that contributed to his conviction under torture and other ill-treatment.
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