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Chad: Post-Déby Crackdown, Abuses

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image Protesters burning car tires in the streets of Chad’s capital N’Djamena on April 27, 2021 © Private (Nairobi) – Security forces in Chad have used excessive force, including indiscriminate live ammunition, to disperse opposition-led demonstrations across the country in the aftermath of the April 11 election, Human Rights Watch said today. During protests in late April and May, at least seven people were killed, dozens were wounded, and security forces arrested more than 700 people, several of whom reported ill-treatment, including torture, in detention. Tensions have…

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