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Some 80% of Europe's farm animals are factory farmed - inhumanely housed, bred, reared and slaughtered.
All of them were cleared apart from Corporal Donald Payne, who became the first member of the British armed forces to be convicted of a war crime when he pleaded guilty to inhumanely treating civilians, but was acquitted of manslaughter.
The trial ended with them all cleared, apart from Corporal Donald Payne, who became the first member of the British armed forces convicted of a war crime when he pleaded guilty to inhumanely treating civilians.
After the attack on The Freedom Theatre's office and multimedia centre, during which you arrested our head technician Adnan Naghnaghiye and Bilal Saadi, the chairperson of The Freedom Theatre Board in Jenin; and after you have for two weeks refused Adnan and Bilaal access to a lawyer, treated them inhumanely and denied them their basic human rights, and after the arrest of our acting student Rami Hwayel, we hereby state:We encourage all efforts to find whoever is responsible for the brutal murder of Juliano Mer Khamis and we are deeply concerned over the fact that the murderer has not yet been found.
Beyond the criminal aspect of their corruption, the tragic part is that they amassed this obscene largess while their people suffered inhumanely from poverty.
We were put in Pul-i-Charkhi prison, where I saw inmates treated inhumanely.
Such centers are usually military camps or secret detention camps where people are inhumanely tortured," the statement added.
We don't want anybody buying an animal that has been inhumanely treated before its sale, and unfortunately that has existed.
They accused the authorities of treating them inhumanely and said they will start a hunger strike on Monday, followed by a peaceful protest on Tuesday.
When his demands are not met, the students are punished inhumanely.
Recently there was a furore when a rat was killed inhumanely on TV.
The Gaza-based human rights organization Al Dameer said it received a series of complaints from Gazans who said they were tortured, beaten, and treated inhumanely in a Hamas precinct while under custody on Jan.