Amnesty calls for independent probe into eSwatini killings by security forces
MANZINI, Swaziland – Amnesty International has called for an independent investigation into the killing of civilians by security forces in the kingdom of eSwatini after days of riots last week. The international human rights body said it had confirmed the deaths of 20 civilians, while six other people have been reported missing.
HUSSEIN KHALID: Human rights based-approach in war on terror best bet
There are gross human rights violations committed in Kenya and across the world during security operations, particularly counter terror activities. The result of these acts is a widening gap between security authorities, particularly the police, and the affected locals
Questions remain about southern African bloc’s force deployment to Mozambique
The announcement last week about a decision by southern African leaders to deploy a regional military force to Mozambique to help it battle insurgency, has left many unanswered questions.