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Curso De Infraestructura 2010 Victor Burgos [Updated]




Curso de Infraestructura 2010, Victor Burgos External links Teaching Curriculum. Category:Educational institutions established in 2009 Category:Spanish art Category:2009 establishments in MexicoWomen and girls in northern Nigeria find it increasingly difficult to escape forced marriage, according to Amnesty International’s annual report on human rights in the country, which shows a marked deterioration in the situation for women since the last edition. The annual report “Daylight behind Bars”, released Tuesday, details the extent of abuse of women and girls in northern Nigeria, as well as the police response. Amnesty estimates that the number of forced marriage victims in the region has increased by nearly 50 percent since 2016. Most of the victims are children, including those born after forced marriage. “Year after year, the report shows a pattern of neglect, indifference and cruelty that shames the international community,” said Ann Harrison, Amnesty International’s deputy director for Africa. “The government must act to help those who are dying every day while the police ignore the shocking increase in cases. The police need to investigate cases properly and then promptly refer the cases to the courts.” Abuse of women and girls in northern Nigeria has been a recurring theme in Amnesty International reports since the 1990s, when the organization released the first edition of “Daylight Behind Bars”. Attacks against women and girls in northern Nigeria are predominantly carried out by members of the extremist Boko Haram sect, and have been repeatedly attributed to the government. Last year, Boko Haram declared war on the Nigerian state and effectively declared an Islamic caliphate in the region, where it is active. Amnesty says that, while the security situation in Nigeria has greatly improved, abuses by security forces and some of the armed groups continue to take place. The organization said Nigerian police and military have made fewer arrests of suspects of human rights violations in 2017, when there were more arrests in 2016. The report lists many cases in northern Nigeria, including the killing of 28 women and girls by suspected Boko Haram militants in February 2016. Amnesty also says a number of government officials are complicit in the violations, including those from the police and military. In a separate report, the UN children’s agency UNICEF also said that abuses against children in the region have increased since 2016. In 2017, the number of




Curso De Infraestructura 2010 Victor Burgos [Updated]

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