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(Banjul, May 24, 2021) – Testimony before a Gambian truth commission linking former president Yahya Jammeh to numerous grave crimes during his 22 years in office should be followed by criminal accountability, Human Rights Watch said today with the…
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Government Should Provide More Information About Situation in Palma

Click to expand Image Mozambican army soldiers patrol the streets of…
Mozambican army soldiers patrol the streets of Mocimboa da Praia in March 2018. 
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A review of Mozambique's floundering commitment to the human rights project.

Introduction Human Rights Watch submits the following information highlighting concerns about the Republic of Mozambique’s lagging compliance with its international human rights obligations. The last Universal Periodic Review (UPR) was made in 2016. The…
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Summary I’ve been chained for five years. The chain is so heavy. It doesn’t feel right; it makes me sad. I stay in a small room with seven men. I’m not allowed to wear clothes, only underwear. I have to go to the toilet in a bucket. I eat porridge in…
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Correa Indictment is Major Advance for Victims of Abuses during Jammeh Rule

(Banjul) – The indictment in the United States on June 11, 2020 of an alleged former Gambian “death squad” member on torture charges is an important step for Gambian victims and international justice, a coalition of human rights groups said today…
Michael Sang Correa