Further information on UA 275/92 (AFR 43/03/92, 2 September) - Niger: legal concern / fear of ill-treatment: Mohamed Moussa, Akoli Daouel, Moctar el Incha, Alhassane Dogo, Elias el Mahadi, Alhadji Kane, Rabdouane Mohamed and many others, including childre
The head of the armed forces, Issa Massou, assured participants in UA 275/92 that the detainees named above were being well looked after and were being investigated. However, AI remains concerned that those named above, arrested between 27 and 31 August 1992, are among at least 100 people of Tuareg origin still detained outside any legal framework on account of their alleged connections with the Tuareg rebel movement. It is still not known where they are being held.
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