Egypt: Victim of arbitrary detention and torture sues former acting prime minister: Mohamed Soltan
A lawsuit filed in a US court by an American national arbitrarily detained in Egypt for 21 months against Egypt’s former acting prime minister Hazem al-Biblawi offers a rare opportunity for victims of crimes under international law and human rights violations in Egypt to have their voices heard in a court of law, said Amnesty International.
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