Cameroonian authorities held over 100 detainees incommunicado and tortured many of them in a detention facility in Yaoundé, Cameroon’s capital, from July 23 to August 4, 2019.
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Abuse, Incommunicado Detention at Yaoundé Prison; Enforced Disappearances
Trafficking, Exploitation, Torture, Abusive Prison Conditions
How Indefinite Conscription Restricts Young People’s Rights, Access to Education in Eritrea
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This report documents 305 cases of rape and sexual slavery by members of armed groups between early 2013 and mid-2017. The predominantly Muslim Seleka and the largely Christian and animist militia known as “anti-balaka,” two main parties to the conflict, have used sexual violence as revenge for perceived support of those on the other side of the sectarian divide.
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