EU: Show firmness on Russia's human rights responsibilities
The EU must give a stronger human rights message to President Putin, says Amnesty International ahead of the EU-Russia Summit on 24 November. In a new report, released today, ("Torture and forced 'confessions' in detention," available at www.amnesty-eu.org) Amnesty International documents the extent to which torture is practised in Russian detention centres.
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