Morocco: Continuing abuses against individuals suspected of terrorism-related activities in Morocco
Amnesty International is concerned by the persistent reports of continuing human rights violations in the name of countering terrorism in Morocco. These are said to include secret and incommunicado detention; unexamined claims of torture or other ill-treatment and flawed legal proceedings. The ongoing hunger strike staged by a number of detainees accused of terrorism-related activities against their treatment highlights the urgent need for the Moroccan authorities to address the human rights concerns set out in this briefing.
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