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April 15, 2013

'Fed up' with impunity in Senegal

Amnesty International teams with rap-activist group on latest campaign.
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Video from Amnesty International Senegal on YouTube.

Revered Senegalese rap-activist collective Y'en A Marre (or "Fed Up") has released a new single calling for the investigation of human rights abuses under previous president Abdoulaye Wade. The track above, "100 Culprits", is part of a wider campaign organised by Amnesty International to pressure President Macky Sall into prioritising criminal investigations of a number of suspicious deaths during Wade's twelve years of rule.
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