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Amnesty Int’l: Hundreds dying in detention in Nigeria

“Hundreds of people are dying in detention as Nigeria’s military cracks down on an Islamist uprising in the northeast, Amnesty International said on Tuesday. Some people are shot outright, some starve and others suffocate to death, it said. More than 950 people died in military custody in the first six months of this year, according to ‘credible information’ from a senior Nigerian army officer, it said.”

Source: Amnesty: Hundreds dying in detention in Nigeria | GulfNews.com

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