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Amnesty urges probe into Chad troops missing after vote

A soldier stands guard during a campaign rally on April 8, 2016 at the Place de la Nation in N'djamenaAmnesty International expressed alarm Thursday over the disappearance of more than 20 soldiers and police officers in Chad since this month’s presidential election, calling on authorities to open an independent investigation. Amnesty and the Chadian League of Human Rights (LTDH) “are in the position to confirm more than 20 cases of suspected disappearances,” the two groups said in a statement. Soldiers had voted on April 9, a day before the April 10 election that saw President Idriss Deby extend his 26 years in power, despite opposition claims that the vote was marred by widespread fraud.

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