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Egypt: ‘Credible evidence’ that ‘brutal’ prison conditions prompted Morsi’s death, thousands more at risk

Egypt: ‘Credible evidence’ that ‘brutal’ prison conditions prompted Morsi’s death, thousands more at risk

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  1. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/11/1050941) reduced by 81%. (I’m a bot)
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    > A group of independent UN human rights experts said on Friday that there was "Credible evidence" that inadequate prison conditions in which former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was held may have led "Directly" to his death in June, and thousands of other detainees may be at "Severe risk".

    > "We have received credible evidence from various sources" that gross human rights violations may be a reality for thousands of detainees more across the State, "Many of whom may be at risk of death", they went on.

    > Further, they urged Egypt to promptly address its prison conditions "And reverse what appears to be deeply entrenched practices" on people's right to a life free of torture, ill-treatment, and the right to due process and medical attention.

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