Report Points Finger at Niger Army for Missing Civilians

An investigation into the deaths of more than one hundred people in Niger in 2019, has laid the blame on the army. The country's National Commission on Human Rights said in a new report, that many of those that are missing, are feared executed. The watchdog said it was investigating earlier reports from human rights group Amnesty International that said the armies of Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso were responsible for more than 200 disappearances.

Troops from Niger being trained by United States special forces troops.

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