Republic of Congo : A past that haunts the future.
Amnesty International is publishing this report to draw the attention of the international community to the continuing and unresolved human rights concerns, including the 1999 "disappearances", in the Republic of Congo. The organization also seeks to highlight the serious abuses committed by armed government opponents, as well as the failure of the UNHCR to protect asylum-seekers, refugees and returnees.
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