4 trade unionist leaders in Iran were released. Two others still remain in custody. AI believes both men are prisoners of conscience, held solely for their peaceful trade union activities.
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Sandara Farouq Kadouda was released on 15 April. She had been abducted on 12 April by a group of men in civilian clothes, believed to belong to the National Intelligence Security Service (NISS).
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Since 2014, Boko Haram has killed at least 5,500 Nigerian civilians and abducted at least 2,000 women and girls, many of whom been forced into sexual slavery and trained to fight.