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Cameroon: Survivors of Military Assault Await Justice

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image The grave of 34-year-old Ojong Thomas Ebot killed by soldiers in the forest surrounding Ebam on March 1, 2020. © private, Ebam, South-West region, Cameroon, October 20 (Nairobi) – An attack by Cameroonian soldiers on March 1, 2020 has come to light in which soldiers raped at least 20 women, including four with disabilities, arrested 35 men, and killed one man, Human Rights Watch said today. The attack on the village of Ebam in the South-West region was one of the worst by Cameroon’s army in recent years. The soldiers also burned one home, looted scores of properties,…


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