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يوجد في ليبيريا أكبر نسبة في العالم للمحتجزين قبل المحاكمات والمحبوسين احتياطيا: 97,3%* سجون هاييتي هي أكثر سجون العالم ازدحاما. فعدد نزلاء السجون يزيد بنسبة 335,7% عن الطاقة الاستيعابية الرسمية* يوجد في رواندا ثالث أكبر معدل لنسبة المساجين للسكان حيث يبلغ المعدل 593 مسجونا لكل 100,000 نسمة، وتسبقها فقط الولايات المتحدة بمعدل 748 مسجونا وروسيا بمعدل 598 مسجونا*

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What is Torture?

Under international law, the prohibition against torture is considered a right that is absolute in nature and does not tolerate exceptions. The prohibition is consecrated in the Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CAT), adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1984.

Many international instruments have further elaborated the general prohibition according to different situations, people, and scenarios where torture is likely to happen

This guide primarily focuses on the class of ill-treatments that are called torture, although many of these guidelines would also apply to inhuman or degrading treatment and other forms of mistreatment. The question of whether a class of treatments qualifies as torture is often difficult to answer. In one court, a given class of treatments may constitute torture, while in another court, it may not. Ill-treatment may be considered torture or inhuman or degrading treatment, depending on the facts. ...More

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