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Torture in the Sultanate of Oman: Lost Liberties and Suppression of Human Rights Activists

The Omani Association for Human Rights has Produced a report on torture in Oman in Cooperation with the Gulf Centre for Human Rights With Support from the European Union in August 2021 Read the full report Torture-in-the-Sultanate-of-Oman-Lost-Liberties-and-Suppression-of-Human-Rights-Activists-Download

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Oman: Freedom of assembly and expression violated during recent popular protests

Popular protests have receded in Oman, after they started in the province of Sohar on 23 May 2021, and spread to the provinces of Salalah, Ibri, Sur, Ibra and Rustaq. The Gulf Centre for Human Rights (GCHR) and the Omani Association for Human Rights (OAHR) have documented violations related to the rights to freedom of assembly and expression. The protesters, ...

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Oman: Four peaceful activists sentenced to prison and another citizen tortured

07-April-2021An Omani court has sentenced three environmental activists to prison, ranging from one to six months, with fines. In another case, an online activist was sent to prison for over a year, in violation of his right to freedom of expression. Another Omani citizen has also reported that he was tortured in detention in 2017. On 31 March 2021, the ...

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