Chad/Sudan: Fear of extradition, "disappearance" and extra-judicial execution
Adoum Yaya Kot Kot, Yachoub Suleiman and Mahamat Ousmane Gong, all members of the Chadian armed opposition group, Alliance Nationale pour la Résistance (ANR), National Alliance for Resistance, are reported to have been arrested in Sudan on 1 April 1998. Amnesty International fears their imminent extradition to Chad by the Sudanese security forces, where they would be in danger of extra-judicial execution or "disappearance".
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