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Libya's NTC holds 2,500 without charge, rights group says

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Reuters/Saad Shalash

The rights group Amnesty International says the new Libyan authorities are holding more than 2,500 people in makeshift prisons without charge. It says many of the detainees are sub-Saharan Africans packed into overcrowded cells. Investigators say they interviewed hundreds of inmates in 11 detention centres.

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