El Salvador: The spectre of death squads
This report outlines Amnesty International's concerns about the resurgence of the death squads and paramilitary groups, who were responsible for the systematic murder, torture and "disappearances" of suspected government opponents during the 1980s and early 1990s and it contains some recent illustrative cases.
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