BAGHDAD: Human Rights Watch on Friday condemned France’s “outsourcing” of trials of Daesh group suspects to “abusive justice systems,” after seven of its nationals have this week been sentenced to death in Iraq.
Two of them have “alleged that they were tortured or coerced to confess,” the New York-based watchdog said in a statement.
“France and other countries should not be outsourcing management of their terrorism suspects to abusive justice systems,” said HRW’s acting Middle East director, Lama Fakih.
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