Kuwait: Shi'a men allege torture, risk unfair trial
Kuwaiti brothers Mohammad and Abdullah al-Hussaini and at least 20 other men, on trial since 15 September, have told a court they were tortured to make them ‘confess’. They have been charged with ‘spying for Iran and Hezbollah’ and preparing to attack the state.
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