DR Congo: Threats against human rights defenders must end
The Congolese government and M23 armed group fighting in DR Congo’s north Kivu province must ensure threats against human rights defenders and journalists are stopped, Amnesty International has said, following an increase in documented cases of intimidation over the past three weeks.
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