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9 Octobre 2020

Le 8 octobre 2020, aux premières heures du matin, la défenseuse des droits humains Narges Mohammadi a été libérée de la prison de Zanjan.

Le 11 juillet 2020, Narges Mohammadi a été informée que les résultats de son test de COVID-19, effectué le 8 juillet, sont positifs. La défenseuse des droits des femmes, emprisonnée à la prison de Zanjan, présentait des symptômes depuis fin juin. Elle est actuellement en quarantaine avec 11 autres prisonniers qui ont également été testés positifs.

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#Zimbabwe 7

Campaign
27 Janvier 2020

In May 2019, seven Zimbabwean human rights defenders went to the Maldives to attend a training on civil engagement with a focus on effective advocacy and communication strategies, organised by the Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS). Upon return, they were arrested at the Robert Mugabe International Airport. George Makoni, Tatenda Mombeyarara, Gamuchirai Mukura and Frank Nyasha Mpahlo were arrested on 20 May 2019,  Farirai Gumbonzvanda was arrested the next day, and Stabile Dewa and Rita Nyampinga were arrested on 27 May 2019.

Location 
Ressource
8 Septembre 2020

In 2019, Front Line Defenders traveled to Manipur, one of the states in the northeast region of India. The state is under the jurisdiction of the Armed Forces (Assam and Manipur) Special Powers Act of 1958, which effectively enables the Indian Army to maintain an ongoing presence in all areas of the state and to place all civilians under an effective rule by martial law. Under this Act, thousands of Manipuri civilians have been detained, jailed, tortured and extra judiciously killed by the armed forces and associated paramilitary forces.