Slovenia Mentioned in Amnesty International Human Rights Violation Report for the First Time

Ljubljana, 30 May - Slovenia is mentioned for the first time in the Amnesty International (AI) report on human rights violations in 2000, one of the main reasons being an increase of police violence in the country last year. The report particularly points out a case of a 16-year-old boy who was in April 2000 beaten up by police, while the document also criticizes unbearable conditions in refugee and asylum centres.

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