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More than half of the women arrested by the Lebanese authorities in 2013 and 2014 were subjected to severe torture, according to a human rights group report.The report also stated that police had been extending the duration of holding a person in custody without any judiciary intervention.The activist group said it had been monitoring the practices of torture in all Lebanese prisons since 2009, and had interviewed random samples of people arrested by different security agencies.
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