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A UN decision and years of lobbying have been necessary for Alma M. to uphold her rights. Now, at last, she has received...
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Nepal: Child tortured by policemen receives compensation

09.01.2017 - (Last modified: 28.03.2018)
For the first time in Nepal, torturers have been ordered to pay compensation to their victim. Unfortunately, they also s...
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Victory before the UN for wife of disappeared militant

10.11.2016 - (Last modified: 17.11.2016)
Mr. Nepali was a journalist at a Maoist daily newspaper during the civil war that opposed Nepali security forces with th...
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«Too many victims are unaware of their rights»

31.10.2016 - (Last modified: 27.02.2017)
Tej Bahadur Bhandari was forcibly disappeared in 2001. His son, Ram Bhandari, has never given up on justice and is now a...
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Stella was thirteen years old when she was raped by a judge. She is now defended by a Congolese lawyer trained by TRIAL....
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Morocco: the fight against impunity requires more than promises

29.09.2016 - (Last modified: 23.02.2017)
A recent decision of the Committee against Torture confirmed that States must do much better than vague promises to upho...
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DRC: Developments in the Mutarule trial

07.09.2016 - (Last modified: 23.02.2017)
The trial for the massacre of Mutarule opened on 12 August 2016 and has been the theatre of tensions, resulting in delay...
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Congolese soldier receives 15 years sentence for double rape

04.08.2016 - (Last modified: 23.02.2017)
A military tribunal in Bukavu sentenced private Bolingo Katusi to 15 years imprisonment for the rape of two women in the...
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Tortured, harassed, and driven into exile to save his family

06.06.2016 - (Last modified: 01.02.2018)
One morning in 2006 as he was leaving his house, Alain (not his real name) found himself eye to eye with about twenty policemen who had come to arrest him. Immediately taken to the police station, he was – wrongly – accused of preparing a coup d’état. Faced with his refusal to acknowledge the false allegations, the agents beat him. Alain was severely beaten and lashed...

Case Y. E.

06.06.2016
Y. E. was an active member of the National Liberation Forces (FNL), an opposition party. A prominent political personality in his community, he first came under pressure in the run-up to the 2010 elections: arrest and arbitrary detention, public threats, harassment, etc. Fearing for his life, Y. E. fled to another region of Burundi. After the elections, unrest across...

Torn away from his family and deprived of a dignified funeral

06.06.2016 - (Last modified: 01.02.2018)
André (not his real name), married with four children, was a long-standing member of the National Liberation Front (FNL), an opposition party. In 2010, a post-election crisis swept across the country, resulting in a deterioration of the safety of political opponents and a surge in extrajudicial executions. That was when André began to be persecuted and threatened by t...

Case V. I.

06.06.2016
V. I. is a Burundian politician, a member of the opposition party. In the past, he held important positions in the government and the Burundian national assembly and was one of the most outspoken critics of the party in power. In 2013, V. I. openly contested a government measure that intended to amend the Constitution. A few days later, he was arrested and charged wit...
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