Boko Haram: Civilians continue to be at risk of human rights abuses by Boko Haram and human rights violations by state security forces
Amnesty International's written submission to the United National Human Rights Council's 30th Session, September 2015. The statement describes ongoing crimes under international law committed by the parties to the conflict and calls on the Human Rights Council to request reports from the OHCHR on human rights abuses and violations committed in countries where Boko Haram operates.
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