Cameroon: Detention without charge/Fear of torture or ill-treatment, seven human rights activists

Cameroon: Detention without charge/Fear of torture or ill-treatment, seven human rights activists

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Index Number: AFR 17/007/2002
Date Published: 9 October 2002
Categories: Africa, Cameroon

Amnesty International is concerned for the safety of Albert Mukong, a human rights activist and former executive director of the Human Rights Defence Group (HRDG), and six members of Southern Cameroon National Council (SCNC). They are detained without charge at Mamfe Gendarmerie station, South West province and at risk of being tortured or ill-treated.


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