Nigeria

Nigeria. Des crimes de guerre et des crimes contre l’humanité sont commis tandis que la violence s’intensifie dans le nord-est

L’augmentation du nombre d’attaques lancées par Boko Haram et des représailles débridées attribuées aux forces nigérianes de sécurité s’est soldée par au moins 1 500 homicides, de civils dans plus de la moitié des cas, dans le nord-est du pays au cours des trois premiers mois de 2014, écrit Amnesty International dans une synthèse rendue publique lundi 31 mars. • Plus de 1 500 personnes ont été tuées au cours des trois premiers mois de 2014

Nigeria: Crímenes de guerra y crímenes contra la humanidad en la escalada de violencia en el noreste del país

La escalada de ataques de Boko Haram y represalias incontroladas de las fuerzas de seguridad de Nigeria ha hecho que el saldo de muertes en el noreste de Nigeria se eleve al menos a 1.500 personas –más de la mitad de ellas civiles– en los primeros tres meses de 2014, afirma Amnistía Internacional en un informe publicado hoy.   • Más de 1.500 personas han muerto en los primeros tres meses de 2014• La situación en el noreste de Nigeria se ha ido agravando hasta convertirse en un conflicto armado no internacional

Nigeria: War crimes and crimes against humanity as violence escalates in north-east - 31 March 2014

Headline Title:  War crimes and crimes against humanity in north-eastern Nigeria An increase in attacks by Boko Haram and uncontrolled reprisals by Nigeria’s security forces has seen the death toll in North East Nigeria rise to at least 1,500 people, more than half of whom are An increase in attacks by Boko Haram and uncontrolled reprisals by Nigeria’s security forces has seen the death toll in North East Nigeria rise to at least 1,500 people, more than half of whom are civilians, in the first three months of 2014. Media Node:  Nigeria briefing At a Glance:  More than 1,500 people killed in first three months of 2014 Situation in north-eastern Nigeria has escalated into a non-international armed conflict Amnesty International has documented pattern of killings by Boko Haram and extrajudicial executions by Nigerian security forces  Story Location:  Nigeria 9° 56' 2.1552" N, 6° 46' 5.0808" E “More than 1,500 deaths in three months indicate an alarming deterioration in the situation. The international community cannot continue to look the other way in the face of extrajudicial executions, attacks on civilians and other crimes under international law being committed on a mass scale. Civilians are paying a heavy price as the cycle of violations and reprisals gathers momentum.” Source:  Netsanet Belay, Research and Advocacy Director for Africa at Amnesty International Date:  Fri, 28/03/2014 URL:  Nigeria: More than 1,500 killed in armed conflict in north-eastern Nigerian in early 2014 Description:  Briefing, 31 March 2014

Nigeria: War crimes and crimes against humanity as violence escalates in North East

An increase in attacks by Boko Haram and uncontrolled reprisals by Nigeria’s security forces has seen the death toll in North East Nigeria rise to at least 1,500 people, more than half of whom are civilians, in the first three months of 2014, Amnesty International said in a briefing published today.  • More than 1,500 people killed in first three months of 2014 

Nigeria. Plus de 600 personnes tuées au cours des deux derniers mois

Très inquiète de la multiplication des attaques perpétrées par des hommes armés inconnus contre des civils dans le nord-est du Nigeria, Amnesty International a demandé au gouvernement de prendre des mesures efficaces pour protéger les populations et prévenir de nouvelles atteintes aux droits humains. Très inquiète de la multiplication des attaques perpétrées par des hommes armés inconnus contre des civils dans le nord-est du Nigeria, Amnesty International a demandé au gouvernement de prendre de

Nigeria: Más de 600 muertos en los últimos dos meses

Amnistía Internacional está alarmada por el aumento de los ataques perpetrados por hombres armados no identificados en el noreste de Nigeria y ha pedido al gobierno que tome medidas eficaces para proteger a la población y prevenir nuevos abusos contra los derechos humanos. Amnistía Internacional está alarmada por el aumento de los ataques perpetrados por hombres armados no identificados en el noreste de Nigeria y ha pedido al gobierno que tome medidas eficaces para p

Nigeria:Over 600 killed in the last two months

Amnesty International is alarmed by the increase in attacks by unknown gunmen on people in north-east Nigeria and called on the government to take effective measures to protect the people and prevent further human rights abuses. Amnesty International is alarmed by the increase in attacks by unknown gunmen on people in north-east Nigeria and called on the government to take effective measures to protect the people and preve

Nigeria: More than 600 killed in the last two months - 28 February 2014

Headline Title:  Nigeria: More than 600 killed in the last two months   Amnesty International is alarmed by the increase in attacks by unknown gunmen on people in north-east Nigeria and called on the government to take effective measures to protect the people and prevent further human rights abuses.  Media Node:  Nigeria Boko Haram attacks Story Location:  Nigeria 13° 34' 31.8504" N, 5° 11' 7.9692" E “Since the beginning of this year the attacks have intensified. Over 600 people have been killed by gunmen, often suspected to be Boko Haram ” Source:  Makmid Kamara, Nigeria researcher for Amnesty International Date:  Fri, 28/02/2014 URL:  Carnage in northern Nigeria amounts to crimes against humanity Description:  News story, 17 February 2014 URL:  Nigeria: Deaths of hundreds of Boko Haram suspects in custody requires investigation Description:  News story/briefing, 15 October 2013 URL:  Nigeria: Children slaughtered, schools under siege Description:  News story/report, 3 October 2013

Nigeria. La Banque mondiale «traîne des pieds» sur un programme de réinstallation après une expulsion forcée de grande ampleur

Un an après que des bulldozers ont rasé les habitations des quelque 9 000 habitants d’un village qui devait bénéficier d’un projet financé par la Banque mondiale dans l’État de Lagos, le gouvernement de cet État et la Banque mondiale n’ont pas tenu leur promesse d’indemniser comme il se doit ces personnes et de les réinstaller, a déclaré Amnesty International.   Un an après que des bulldozers ont rasé les habitations des quelque 9 000 habitants d’un village qui devait bénéficier d’un projet financé par la Banque mondiale dans l’État de Lagos, le

Nigeria: World Bank “dragging its feet” on resettlement package after massive forced eviction

A year after bulldozers razed the homes of 9,000 people in a community meant to benefit from a World Bank funded project in Lagos, the state government and the World Bank are failing miserably to live up to their promise to adequately compensate and resettle them, Amnesty International said.  A year after bulldozers razed the homes of 9,000 people in a community meant to benefit from a World Bank funded project in Lagos, the state government and the World Bank are failing miserably to l

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