The ship, Ocean Investigator is docked at Cyprus' largest port of Limassol in the eastern Mediterranean island of Cyprus, Wednesday, March 14, 2018. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
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Europe's anti-torture watchdog has warned Cyprus to take action against persistent allegations of police brutality, especially against foreign nationals, in a report issued Thursday.CPT said it had received a number of credible allegations of ill-treatment of detained persons, including juveniles, by police.CPT referred to allegations of physical, verbal and racist abuse of immigration detainees at a detention centre, as well as ill-treatment of detainees being escorted to the airport by immigration police.
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