Chad: Double Misfortune: Deepening human rights crisis in Chad
This report focuses on violations of human rights and humanitarian law that took place in N’Djaména. Armed opposition groups were in the city during the two days of intense fighting on 2 and 3 February 2008. The report highlights serious concerns about possible violations of international humanitarian law by both government and armed opposition forces at that time. As the human rights situation in Chad worsens, the implications for the people of Chad and for the region are extremely concerning.
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