Egypt arresting kid protesters, rights group says
CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian authorities arrested more than 300 children during protests in Cairo over the past year, beating and torturing some and trying many as adults, a leading international rights group said Tuesday.
Human Rights Watch said in a report that the arrests and treatment of detained children violated Egyptian and international law.
Clashes resumed Tuesday in downtown Cairo at the site of a bloody confrontation a year ago between protesters and the military.
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