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Kuwait urged to charge or release activists arrested in Bidun protests

Headline Title:  Kuwait urged to charge or release Bidun protesters 03 May 2012 Thirteen activists and a journalist detained by Kuwait’s security forces during an apparently peaceful protest by members of the stateless Bidun minority must be released unless charged with a recognizably criminal offence, Amnesty International has urged.Bidun rights activist Abdulhakim al-Fadhli, who is currently on trial in connection with his involvement in previous Bidun demonstrations, was among those detained by non-uniformed security officials.On Thursday, some of those arrested were taken to the…

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