Ban Ki-moon: Palestinian hunger Strikers Should be Brought to Trial or Released
The Palestinian News Network reported today that Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, stated through his spokesman, Martin Nesirky, that the Palestinian prisoners who are on hunger strike and who are held under administrative detention without trial should 'be charged with legal guarantees or released'.
He noted 'the importance of avoiding deterioration of their health' and 'urgently requests all concerned to find a solution without delay.'
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