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Showing posts with label Tortured. Show all posts
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Thursday, April 29, 2021

Bangladesh: Rohinyga Refugees Allegedly Tortured

 

HUMAN

RIGHTS

WATCH

News Release
April 27, 2021

Investigate Security Force Beatings for Attempting to Flee Bhasan Char Island
Rohingya refugees headed to the Bhasan Char island prepare to board navy vessels from the south eastern port city of Chattogram, Bangladesh on Feb.15, 2021. © 2021 AP Photo


(New York) – Bangladesh authorities should immediately investigate allegations that security forces beat and arbitrarily detained Rohingya refugees who tried to leave Bhasan Char island, Human Rights Watch said today. The Bangladesh government has relocated nearly 20,000 Rohingya refugees to the remote island without consulting international experts to ensure their safety or determining their humanitarian needs.

Bangladesh security forces on April 6, 2021 arrested and beat at least 12 refugees who were caught trying to leave the island, restricting their freedom of movement. The authorities have not informed family members of their whereabouts. On April 12, a Bangladesh sailor allegedly beat four children with a PVC pipe for leaving their quarters to play with refugee children in another area. The authorities should immediately release any refugees who are arbitrarily detained, and hold to account those responsible for abuses.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Outcry in Myanmar as military airs images of ‘tortured’ detainees

Aljazeera
19 Apr 2021

Fresh appeals for action after military TV broadcasts images of six young detainees whose faces appear bloodied and bruised.
This handout photo taken and released by Dawei Watch on April 15, 2021 shows protesters taking part in a demonstration against the military coup in Dawei's Launglone township [Handout/ Dawei Watch via AFP]
A monitoring group in Myanmar has appealed for international action, expressing concern over the torture and murder of anti-coup protesters in the Southeast Asian nation after the military broadcast images of six young detainees bearing severe signs of abuse.