Croatia: Ill-treatment including rape in the Zuzija apartment
Amnesty International is gravely concerned at reports that three Ukrainian women were the victims of serious ill-treatment, including rape, by members of the Croatian armed forces in the course of an eviction in Zagreb on 21 July 1995. There is further concern that law enforcement officers were present in the apartment at the time but failed to protect the women. Amnesty International is calling for a full and impartial investigation into the incident and for those responsible to be brought to justice.
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