Human Rights Must be a Priority in Mali, Says Amnesty



Publisher:
Amnesty International
Publication Date:
17 January 2013
Tags:
Mali, Arms and Military Affairs, Human Rights, Peacekeeping and Conflict Resolution

The human rights group, Amnesty International, says it has documented crimes under international law committed by all the parties to the conflict in Mali over the past year. Amnesty is now returning to the country and asking all armed groups to prioritise human rights.



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