illegal detention

See: detainer
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The Gulf News reports that a statement signed by dozens of Gulf rights groups and activists said that the women activists have been subjected to sexual harassment, torture, illegal detention and other abuses in the Gulf states, especially after the start of the Arab Spring uprisings.
Philippine Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario said in a statement that the government "strongly condemns the illegal detention" of the peacekeepers, and called their apprehension and illegal detention "gross violations of international law.
The demonstrations continue as prisoners continue their hunger strike for long periods to protest their illegal detention without charge or trial.
Al-Mezan condemned the continued Israeli illegal detention of Palestinians and called for an immediate release of the detainees.
Her former partner is accused of illegal detention, issuing threats using a firearm and causing injury.
They are now synonymous for many Chinese citizens with physical violence, illegal detention and theft.
ANTI-RACISM organisation KISA yesterday spoke out against what it described as the government's illegal detention of third country nationals.
Ismankulov claims irrefutable evidence of his innocence was provided during the trial and facts of gross violations of the criminal procedural code and his constitutional rights by investigation bodies were proved, including illegal detention, falsification of evidence, pressure on witnesses, obtaining false testimonies.
Rabat - Morocco's National Council for Human Rights (CNDH) has said it had found, during a visit to the different buildings of the headquarters of the general directorate of national territory surveillance in Temara (near Rabat), no signs that this place is served in illegal detention.
About 900 Moroccan rights activists took to the streets in Rabat on Sunday in a rare protest against what they called widespread rights abuses by the authorities, including illegal detention and torture, Reuters reported.
ISLAMABAD, July 1 -- Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Tahir Alam Khan on Wednesday sought a detailed report from the SP City on the registration of First Information Report (FIR) against Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) ex-city president Dr Amjad for alleged illegal detention of his tenant.
In the view of this office, illegal detention can come to a halt if the police officials found guilty are given punishment commensurate with their misdeeds.