Kuwait: Detained Bidun human rights defender at risk: ‘Abdulhakim al-Fadhli
Member of the stateless Bidun community and human rights defender ‘Abdulhakim al-Fadhli has been held at Kuwait’s Central Prison since 18 April. Arrested for alleged public order offences, he has been on hunger strike since his arrest. He may be at risk of ill-treatment.
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