Ethnic Killings Continue in Cote d’Ivoire Despite Regime Change | Amnesty International (Video)

Côte d’Ivoire security forces and a state-backed militia are creating a climate of fear that is preventing hundreds of thousands of people displaced by post-election violence from returning to their homes.

A new Amnesty International report We Want to go Home, but We Can’t: Côte d’Ivoire’s Continuing Crisis of Displacement and Insecurity describes how ethnically targeted killings and attacks by the government security forces (FCRI) and a militia composed of Dozos (traditional hunters) have left the population unable to leave the relative safety of temporary camps.

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