Chad: Fear of torture, "disappearance" and extrajudicial execution

Chad: Fear of torture, "disappearance" and extrajudicial execution

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Index Number: AFR 20/009/1996
Date Published: 14 August 1996
Categories: Africa, Chad

Yacoub El Daris Ibrahim, Commander of an armed opposition group, the National Council for Recovery (CNR), Ibrahim Souleymane, member of the Dissident Chadian National Army (ANT/D), Mahamat Ahamat, member of the ANT/D, Abakar Ousmane, member of the ANT/D, Gassi Idriss, member of the ANT/D, Garni Adam, Sergeant, ANT/D: Amnesty International is concerned that six members of Chadian armed opposition groups, named above, may have "disappeared" since being forcibly returned to Chad by the Sudanese security forces on 3 August 1996. There are unconfirmed reports that Sergeant Garni Adam and Idriss Gassi were extrajudicially executed by members of the National Security Agency of Chad on 3 August near the border town of Adre in Chad.


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