Democratic Republic of Congo: Health Professional Action: Enforced disappearance of medical doctor
This month marks a year since Dr Faustin Sosso was abducted in central Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), by armed men believed to be members of the Garde Républicaine, President Joseph Kabila's presidential guard. Faustin Sosso is a medical doctor who also worked as medical adviser to Jean-Pierre Bemba, the main rival to President Kabila in the DRC's 2006 presidential elections. A year after his abduction, his family still has no news about his fate.
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