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Tunisia: 2 Months On, No Answers on Death in Custody

Expand Abderrazek Selmi © Private  (Tunis) – Tunisia has not released an autopsy report on the death of a man in police custody though two months have passed, Human Rights Watch said today. Tunisian authorities should complete their investigation into the death of Abderrazek Selmi, a 58-year-old produce vendor, and make all evidence available to the family. The police detained Selmi on June 8, 2019 following a dispute with officers in Bouhajla, a small town in the Kairouan region. Doctors at a Kairouan hospital pronounced Selmi dead later that day and informed the general prosecutor that Selmi’s…

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