The Public Prosecution versus Hisséne HABRE: SUMMARY OF THE THIRTIETH HEARING HELD ON 21 OCTOBER 2015

Two of the nine women deported to Wadidoum in 1989 were called to the witness stand and both
talked about the torture and inhuman acts perpetrated at detention centres. Mrs. Hawa Brahim Faradj
was the first to testify followed by Hadji Mérami Ali. The latter only provided an account of her
story and is yet to be questioned by the parties. These women explained the circumstances of their
respective arrests, their conditions of detention and their situation at Wadidoum.

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