Chad's Survivors of Torture Seek Justice for Fellow Africans

Every Saturday morning survivors gather in N'Djamena as they have done for the past 26 years. However, their new objective is even more ambitious - to ensure justice is done not only for themselves but also for other victims of rights abuses across Africa, writes Inna Lazareva for Thomson Reuters Foundation.

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Rachel Toudjide holds a portrait of her husband who was taken from her home in September 1984 by agents of Hissène Habré. She never saw him again.

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