Victims of Yahya Jammeh’s oppressive regime were buried in Senegal

24.10.2018 ( Last modified: 30.10.2018 )

The former Gambian dictator’s death squads, known as “Junglers”, have killed at least 45 individuals in the region of Casamance in 2005, shows a joint report by TRIAL International and Human Rights Watch (HRW). Their bodies were then thrown in dry wells there and left to rot for years. The same wells could have been used for similar purposes for other crimes. Senegal may have a role to play in their relatives’ quest for justice. TRIAL International and HRW held a press conference in Dakar to present their findings.

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