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Saudi Arabia: mass arrests of dissidents and torture allegations continue

WorldNews Monday, 4 November 2019
Saudi Arabia: mass arrests of dissidents and torture allegations continueActivists, clerics and others perceived as critics of Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman continue to be arbitrarily detained more than a year after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, including approximately 20 people just this year, a new report says. Bin Salman has overseen the relaxing of a number of the kingdom’s restrictive social laws since assuming a leadership position in the Saudi government four years ago, most recently allowing women over 21 to obtain passports and travel abroad without the permission of a male guardian. But these reforms have belied a “darker reality”, according to report released on Monday by Human Rights...
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