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Higher committee on prisoners to WHO: Send fact-finding team
Higher committee on prisoners to WHO: Send fact-finding team
The higher national committee on prisoners in the Gaza Strip has asked the World Health Organization to implement its recent decision on sending a fact-finding team with the participation of the Red Cross to probe reasons for worsening health conditions of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.
Wednesday, June 9,2010 14:51
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tags: Higher Committee / WHO / Gaza Strip / Israeli Jails / IOA
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