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Ngarléjy Yorongar was relaesed on 5 February 1999 after eight months in detention for defaming the Chadian president.
Urgent Action AFR 20/001/1999
The above-named individual, imprisoned in N'Djamena Central Prison, is suffering from malaria and typhoid fever and is not receiving adequate medical care in prison ...
Report AFR 20/015/1998
There are concerns for the health of Ngarléjy Yorongar, who urgently requires hospitalization as a result of contracting malaria and typhoid fever in detention. ...
Urgent Action AFR 20/013/1998
1. Chad: Prisoner of conscience; 2. Tunisia: Prisoners of conscience / torture/ill-treatment 3. China: Death penalty.
Report NWS 22/007/1998
AI INDEX: AFR 20/09/98. News Service: 150/98. 3 AUGUST 1998. CHAD: FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AGAIN UNDER ATTACK. Amnesty International today ...
Press Release AFR 20/009/1998
Ngarlegy Yorongar le Moiban, a prominent political opponent, was sentenced to three years imprisonment after an unfair trial for defamation of the president.
Urgent Action AFR 20/008/1998
Michel Nguimbaye Barde, Alamine Guirge and Allah-Afra Boyalkaya, prominent members of a former Chadian armed opposition group were released from detention on 7 ...
Urgent Action AFR 17/009/1998
Ngarlejy Yorongar is currently being held in detention where he is being denied access to medical care despite suffering from a gastrointestinal infection. He hasd ...
Urgent Action AFR 20/007/1998
Amnesty International is concerned for the safety of Ngarlegy Yorongar le Moiban, a prominent political opponent, since the Agence Nationale de Securite (ANS), ...
Urgent Action AFR 20/006/1998
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 ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/002/1998