Seif al-Islam Gadhafi. (AFP PHOTO/IMED LAMLOUM)
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Human Rights Watch called on Libyan authorities Thursday to provide proper defence counsel to slain dictator Moamer Gadhafi's son and top aides to ensure they receive a fair trial.HRW called on Libyan authorities to investigate allegations made by Dorda at a court session last month that he had been beaten and wounded in his prison cell.The four are among a total of 37 former Gadhafi regime officials who are to stand trial on charges including murder, kidnapping, complicity in incitement to rape, plunder, sabotage, embezzlement of public funds and acts harmful to national unity.London-based Amnesty International meanwhile accused the government of placing curbs on freedom of expression that threatened the rights that Libyans fought for in the revolt launched three years ago on Monday.
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