Romania denied that a Saudi national was detained and abused on its soil between 2003 and 2005.
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The European Court of Human Rights ruled Thursday that Romania and Lithuania allowed the detention and abuse of a Saudi and a Palestinian at secret U.S. prisons.The ECHR ruled four years ago that the CIA ran a secret jail in Poland. It has since been holding hearings about similar sites in Romania and Lithuania, neither of which has publicly acknowledged letting the U.S. agency hold prisoners on its soil. The court concluded that Nashiri was blindfolded, hooded, shackled, kept in solitary confinement and subjected to loud noise and bright light during his detention at the CIA prison in Romania. Romania denies hosting such CIA facilities.
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