Northern Irish company criticised for role in Egyptian juvenile courts
2018-03-23 08:46:30 UTC
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A company owned by the Northern Irish government has been sharply criticised by the international human rights group Reprieve for its role in setting up juvenile courts in Egypt. Eygpt continues to impose the death sentences on minors. Northern Ireland Overseas Co-operation (NI-CO), which is owned by Northern Ireland’s economic development agency, Invest NI, provided…
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2018-03-23 09:00:06 UTC
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