Torture and Corruption in Africa — Rights Watch #16 | Human Rights Watch

https://i2.wp.com/www.backspace.com/is/in/the/house/work/images/samples/hrw_shirts.pngA judge rules against a Ugandan anti-terrorism task force that uses torture and illegal detention; Equatorial Guinea has reached new lows when it comes to the misuse of oil wealth. With reporting by Christina Salerno and a commentary from HRW’s Arvind Ganesan.

Torture and Corruption in Africa — Rights Watch #16 | Human Rights Watch

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