Cameroon accused of illegally deporting 100,000 Nigerian refugees
In this week's edition: Cameroon is accused of forcibly repatriating around 100,000 Nigerian refugees; N’Djamena expresses bewilderment over being included in a new open-ended US travel ban; and thousands left homeless by mudslides in Sierra Leone are still waiting for resettlement.
"They humiliated us like animals and beat us like slaves". Cameroon stands accused of forcibly repatriating around 100,000 Nigerian refugees. Human Rights Watch claims that some were tortured before being loaded onto trucks and illegally sent back.
Also, Chad expresses bewilderment over being included in a new open-ended US travel ban.
And a month and a half after the deadly mudslides that killed hundreds in Sierra Leone’s capital, the thousands left homeless by the disaster are still unsure of what comes next.