Egypt: Open letter to the State Information Service on the treatment of children by law enforcement and judicial authorities in Egypt
The letter is Amnesty International's response to the press release entitled Amnesty International’s statement on the torture of children in Egypt is not based on tangible evidence and lacks accuracy, which was issued by the Human Rights Unit of the State Information Service on 22 November.
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