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Burkina Faso: Residents’ Accounts Point to Mass Executions

Click to expand Image © 2020 Burkina24 (Bamako) – Common graves containing at least 180 bodies have been found in a northern town in Burkina Faso in recent months, and available evidence suggests government security force involvement in mass extrajudicial executions, Human Rights Watch said today. The government should seek assistance from the United Nations and other partners to conduct proper exhumations, return remains to families, and hold those responsible to account. Residents of the town of Djibo who saw the bodies told Human Rights Watch that the dead, all men, had between November…

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