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DR Congo: Probe State Role in UN Experts’ Murder

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image Zaida Catalán and Michael Sharp. © Instagram/Zaida Catalán; John Sharp (Kinshasa) – Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo should meaningfully investigate government responsibility for the 2017 murders of United Nations investigators Michael Sharp and Zaida Catalán, Human Rights Watch said today. The administration of President Felix Tshisekedi should commit to ensuring that all those responsible for the murders are held to account and international fair trial standards are met. On March 12, 2017, assailants summarily executed Zaida Catalán, a Swede, and…

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