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PCHR Organizes Panel Discussing Results and Recommendations of New Report on “Crimes of Torture in Palestinian Prisons and Detention Centers”

Ref: 58/2015   On Thursday, 12 November 2015, the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) organized a panel discussing the results and recommendations of a new report titled "Crimes of Torture in Palestinian Prisons and Detention Centers" from June 2014 – June 2015 in PCHR's head office in Gaza City. The panel discussion was attended by representatives from security services in Gaza, Comptroller General of Security Services and representatives from human rights organizations. The panel was opened by Mr. Hamdi Shaqoura, PCHR's Deputy Director for Program Affairs, who explained that the aim of the panel was to discuss seriously the mechanisms to confront...

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