jeudi, 14 novembre 2019
 

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Tanzania : Asylum Seekers Coerced into Going Home

Tanzania : Asylum Seekers Coerced into Going Home Tanzanian authorities unlawfully coerced more than 200 unregistered asylum seekers into returning to Burundi on October 15, 2019 by threatening to withhold their legal status in Tanzania, Human Rights Watch said today. The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) facilitated the returns by registering the asylum seekers under its voluntary repatriation program, despite threats from Tanzanian officials that they could risk arrest if they stayed (...)

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Gambia : Women Accuse Ex-President of Sexual Violence

Three women have accused Gambia’s former president, Yahya Jammeh, of rape and sexual assault while he was in office, Human Rights Watch and TRIAL International said today. Former Gambian officials said that presidential aides regularly pressured women to visit or work for Jammeh, who then sexually abused many of them. Jammeh is currently in Equatorial Guinea, where he sought exile after losing the 2016 presidential election to Adama Barrow. A Gambian Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations (...)

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Un journaliste arrêté après avoir été passé à tabac par la police

Reporters sans frontières (RSF) dénonce avec la plus grande fermeté les méthodes de la police djiboutienne qui a arrêté pour la deuxième fois en une semaine un journaliste déjà interpellé et violemment agressé pendant deux jours. RSF demande aux autorités de libérer ce reporter sans délai et de diligenter une enquête rapide pour identifier et sanctionner les auteurs des violences qu’il a subies. Osman Yonis Borogeh pensait que le pire était derrière lui. Joint par RSF mercredi matin, le journaliste avait (...)

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