Equatorial Guinea: Prison Conditions / Health concern
Amnesty International is seriously concerned for the health of some 40 prisoners, particularly Miguel Vandi, Cesar Copoburu, Aurelio Losoha, aged 75, Alejandro Mbe Bita, Emilio Ribas Esado, Gregorio Bomuagasi and Milagrosa Cheba (f) whose lives are in danger as a result of spending two years in extremely harsh conditions of detention. Those named are thought to be the weakest in the group. The authorities have not given official confirmation of where they are now detained.
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