Senegal: Climate of terror in Casamance
Civilian populations are being terrorized and subjected to arrest, torture, extrajudicial execution and "disappearance" in the armed conflict between the Senegalese government and the Democratic Forces of Casamance Movement which is pursuing the independence of the Casamance region. The document contains testimonies, gathered by AI, of the human rights violations suffered, mainly at the hands of the army ad the gendarmerie which have acted for years with impunity.
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