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Practice Relating to Rule 90. Torture and Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment
Under Turkey’s Criminal Code (2004), torture and the infliction of severe suffering constitutes a crime against humanity when committed “systematically under a plan against a sector of a community for political, philosophical, racial or religious reasons”. Furthermore, causing serious bodily or mental harm constitutes genocide when committed “under a plan against members of national, racial or religious groups with the intention of destroying the complete or part of the group”. 
Turkey, Criminal Code, 2004, Articles 76(b) and 77(c).