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Amnesty International has learned that Ngarléjy Yorongar le Moiban, an AI prisoner of conscience in Chad, was released on 5 February 1999.
Report AFR 20/002/1999
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 ...
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. ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Urgent Action AFR 20/006/1998