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Allegations of ill-treatment of prisoners in Russian prisons are not new but Yevgeny Makarov's torture case has brought them to limelight again.
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The prisoner allegedly beaten by guards, which sparked an outcry and a criminal investigation, has been released by Russian authorities.
UK's role in torture during post-9/11 operations revealed in report
Syrian war crimes allegations quietly probed
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FYR Macedonia apologises to German man over CIA rendition
Khaled El-Masri, a German of Lebanese origin, was wrongly kidnapped and handed to the CIA in 2004 as part of its rendition and torture programme.
California abusers 'should not face trial by media'
California couple charged with torturing their 13 children
The 13 California siblings are being treated after the ordeal that could leave them scarred for years.
Shackled children found in California home
Police charge two parents in California after 13 siblings, some shackled to beds, are found at the family's home in the city of Perris.
Seeking justice in Europe for Syrian torture victims
Human Rights Watch's Nadim Houry on torture in Syria
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Brazil prison videos spark brutality investigation
Rights group says Turkish police use torture
Human Rights Watch says it has documented several cases of torture and enforced disappearances during the past year in Turkey.
Norway under fire for deporting woman who was whipped in Iran
An Iranian woman living in Norway for the last eight years and who was whipped 80 times in Iran this week after deportation in March is taking the Norwegian Immigration Ministry to court.
Suspects 'tortured' at Cameroon military base, says Amnesty
Amnesty International is calling for an independent investigation into the torture of prisoners in Cameroon.
Venezuelan opposition leader: 'They're torturing me'
Amid ongoing anti-government demonstrations in Venezuela, apparent claims of torture have been made by the jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez