Morocco/Western Sahara: Time for truth 50 years after enforced disappearance of opposition leader Mehdi Ben Barka
Fifty years after Moroccan opposition leader Mehdi Ben Barka was abducted and forcibly disappeared in Paris, Amnesty International expresses its continuing solidarity with his family and Moroccan human rights groups in their quest for justice, truth and reparation. The organization calls on Moroccan and French authorities to spare no effort in thoroughly and impartially investigating his disappearance in light of recent revelations.
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