Where Are the Missing 380 People, Asks Tanzania Opposition

Opposition parties have said that in a government crackdown on suspected militant groups, 380 people were abducted and disappeared in 2017 in unlawful campaigns characterised by human-rights violations, including torture and extrajudicial killings. Suleiman Bungara of the Civic United Front said 10 people in his constituency were picked up from a mosque by police and some had not resurfaced, while others returned with their ears chopped off and their beards burnt.

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    African Arguments, 2 March 2018

    In an unprecedented move, leaders from all sectors of society are speaking out about growing assaults on freedoms and political violence. Read more »

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