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three dozen countries including old twenty eighty Mendez issued Saudi Arabia with its fast rebuke at the U. N. rights forum on Thursday recording on the kingdom to release ten Oct service and honest about to try the tension of the detained women some of him campaign for the right to drive have allegedly been subject to electric shocks looking sexual assault and other forms of torture yeah particularly concerned about the use of the counter terrorism law until the national security provisions against individuals peacefully exercising the rights and freedoms , there was no immediate Saudi reaction bought last week the country's deputy public prosecutor told a Saudi and newspaper at that his office had looked into media reports that the detained women were tortured and found no evidence and cool the reports false