The U.S. is one of the few countries that allows torture devices to be used against prisoners, but the U.K. and other countries have banned the practice.
A new report by Amnesty International says the U .
K. has the most torture devices in the world and that U.A.E. is the worst.
“It’s appalling,” said Nadeem Aslam, the Middle East and North Africa director at Amnesty International.
“The U.N. is now warning that they are on track to be the worst torture country in the whole world.”
According to Amnesty, the U, U.Y., and other governments allow torture, including waterboarding and other forms of torture, to be inflicted on suspected terrorists and suspects, but have yet to ban them outright.
Amnesty said the UA.
T. has around 700 devices, most of which are used for torture.
Some of the most controversial torture devices are used against detainees who have been charged with a crime.
A recent report by the U-T San Diego, a San Diego-based news outlet, said the CIA used torture to extract confessions from more than 3,500 suspects during the 1980s and 1990s.
In a statement, the agency denied using the techniques in U.T.-sanctioned interrogations.
“No CIA officer or intelligence analyst ever committed any of the torture techniques that are documented in the UTA-sanctioning documents,” the statement read.
The CIA and the FBI declined to comment for this article.
A report by Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said in a report that the CIA has used torture and other illegal tactics against suspects.
The report said the Senate report found that CIA interrogators and analysts who approved torture were not authorized to use those tactics.
The Senate report also found that “U.S.-sponsored torture of prisoners by other countries, including China and Cuba, has resulted in serious abuses.”
According for the Senate investigation, “In the United Kingdom, where the practice of torture and ill-treatment is legal, at least eight British prisoners of conscience have been tortured, including three who were tortured with electric shock.
U. S. agents have been accused of torturing and killing people including women and children.
is also home to the CIA’s notorious “black site” prison, where it used techniques that included waterboarding, shackling, sleep deprivation, and mock executions.”
U. A.E., which has been criticized by human rights groups, has the second-worst number of torture devices per capita in the entire world.
Amnesty noted that the UAI has over 800 torture devices that are used in interrogation, and that the United A. E. also has over 400 “non-lethal” torture devices.
It also said that the “UTA-style” interrogation techniques are widely known in the United Arab Emirates and other Middle Eastern countries and that “there are clear indications that the use of torture is widespread and systematic.”
“The United States continues to be one of only two countries in the G7 that allows the use and sale of torture tools,” said Aslam.
“We are now one of just three countries that allow the UDA and U. N. to use torture.”