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Equatorial Guinea/Nigeria: Disappearances, torture

Amnesty International is concerned about allegations of torture and the unfair trial of about 70 people charged with offences related to an alleged coup attempt in Equatorial Guinea on 8 October 2004. The organization is also concerned that three of those convicted in absentia risk “disappearing” or being subjected to torture or ill-treatment. Via LowFat Brains.

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