Republic of Congo: An old generation of leaders in new carnage
This document examines the deteriorating human rights situation in the Republic of Congo where civilians have become the target of massive human rights abuses for their political or ethnic affiliation. It provides details of summary executions, torture and ill-treatment, arbitrary arrests, denial of rights to freedom of expresion and the extrajudial execution of detainees in the context of the politcal background to the conflict.
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