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A new report by the United Nations says Guinea-Bissau's military and intelligence forces abducted and tortured two opposition leaders after a failed attempt to overthrow the ruling junta in October.
The report to the Security Council by UN chief Ban Ki-moon said that after the failure of the October 21 counter-coup, Guinea-Bissau's military and intelligence services ran house-to-house searches for suspects and “abducted and tortured” opposition leaders Iancuba Djola N'djai and Sivestre Alves.
Guinea-Bissau's military government, which seized power on April, subsequently denounced the beatings and the military denied any involvement, Ban noted. - Sapa-AP