Tunisia: Health concern for students on hunger strike/Prisoners of conscience
Qais Ouislati Ali Jallouli Lotfi Hammami Jalal Bouraoui Rachid Trabelsi Ridha Ouislati Najib Baccouchi Nabib Hasni Noureddine Benticha Chedli Hammami Taha Sassi Haikal Mannal Bourham Gasmi. Amnesty International is concerned for the health of ten of the above-named students who went on hunger strike 16 days ago to protest at their continued detention. Amnesty is also concerned for three others arrested in connection with their case as prison conditions are extremely harsh and overcrowded.
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