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NIAMEY April 3 (Reuters) - Niger's human rights mission has called for an independent inquiry following alleged rapes including that of an 11-year old girl by Chadian soldiers deployed in the west African country to help fight Islamist militants 

The mission's preliminary findings published on Friday and based on testimonies and medical examinations between March 31 and April 1 were that two other women were raped 

The women including one who is pregnant were raped in the presence of their husbands who were held at gunpoint by the soldiers according to the mission's report 

"Other rape victims refused to testify due to fear of being stigmatised " the report said adding that the mission spoke with five women who were victims of attempted rape having managed to flee when armed men entered their homes 

Chad's government spokesman did not answer when reached for ment Chad's defence ministry and the government of Niger were not immediately available to ment 

France and other allies praised Chad in February after it deployed 1 200 troops to the tri-border region between Niger Burkina Faso and Mali to reinforce 5 100 French soldiers battling militants linked to al Qaeda and the Islamic State 

Besides the alleged rape cases the report noted that Chadian troops have also been accused of assault and confiscation of private properties in the Tera region
Palestinian activist Rami Aman has said that he was forced by the militant group Hamas to divorce his then-wife in order to secure his release from a Gaza prison according to the Associated Press 

Aman told the news agency that after months of pressure from Hamas officials he eventually gave in to pressure and went ahead with the separation 

The demand that he divorce her is thought to be a move by the militant group to distant itself from Aman's decision to engage in discourse with Israeli peace activists last year AP reported 

His ex-wife is the daughter of a senior-ranking Hamas official AP said 


She has since been deported from Gaza against her will and Aman told the news agency that he may never see her again 

Read more: People are being unjustly kept in prison because of bad software It's yet another reason mass incarceration should be a national outrage 

Aman was imprisoned following a backlash against him for helping set up a two-hour-long 
Zoom
 chat between Israelis and Palestinian peacemakers Insider's Anthony L Fisher reported in April 2020 

He was one of over 200 people on both sides of the Israel-Gaza divide who participated in the English-language Zoom chat initiated by Aman's organization — the Gaza Youth mittee 


Following a campaign on Facebook by a Palestinian journalist to shame those who attended and the subsequent social media outrage online Aman was charged with the crime of "normalization" with Israel 

His former wife was also arrested the Associated Press reported 

After Aman's arrest on April 9 2020 he said that he was interrogated and tortured He claims he was blindfolded taken to a prison cell and was forced to sit in a tiny child's chair for days or weeks on end according to AP 

He was referred to by his prison number only allowed to remove his blindfold for bathroom breaks and could only leave his seat to be interrogated or pray AP reported 


During his imprisonment a police officer reportedly told him that it would be "better" if he proceeded with a divorce He resisted the request for months AP said 

In August an Islamic judge asked him whether he felt coerced into separation Aman said yes but the judge the activist told AP refuted this "How are you being forced? Do you see me carrying a gun?" he says the legal official told him 

Aman 39 eventually signed divorce documents expecting to be released but remained imprisoned for two more months 

"The deplorable treatment of Rami Aman by Hamas authorities reflects their systematic practice of punishing those whose speech threatens their orthodoxy " Omar Shakir Israel-Palestine director at Human Rights Watch told AP 


His ex-wife who has been deported to Egypt confirmed to the Associated Press that she was forced into the divorce and wants to reunite with Aman 

Aman is now banned from leaving Gaza and security officials are still holding onto his laptop puter and phone the news agency said 

He is in frequent munication with human rights organizations lawyers and Hamas officials AP reported 

But his priority is to be reunited with his lover 


"Now I have my personal battle: return to my wife " the activist told the news agency 
erforming illegal silicone injections in exchange for money 

Gladys Araceli Ceron 72 pleaded guilty to five counts of delivery for pay of an adulterated or misbranded medical device received in interstate merce with the intent to defraud or mislead U S District Court Judge Richard G Stearns scheduled sentencing for Aug 5 2021 Ceron was charged by criminal plaint and arrested in May 2019 A federal grand jury subsequently returned an indictment 

From approximately 2004 to 2019 Ceron who operated her business in Lawrence performed illegal bodily injections using “gluteal material” that she obtained from a source in Florida Lab tests of the material subsequently confirmed that it contained silicone oil – a substance that the U S Food and Drug Administration warns can travel through blood vessels and cause a stroke death or permanent disfigurement 

In 2018 Ceron agreed to perform buttock enhancing and facial injections for an individual During a recorded meeting on May 24 2018 Ceron told the individual that she charged $500 for buttock injections and $60 for each wrinkle-filling injection A search of Ceron’s business in Lawrence the following month resulted in the seizure of several bottles and syringes of a substance that tests revealed to be silicone oil Numerous uncapped used syringes were also recovered from the business 

Ceron performed illegal injections to augment the buttock or fill wrinkles of three other women in exchange for money and misled her victims about her qualifications and the identity and safety of the material she was injecting 

The charging statute provides for a sentence on each count of up to three years in prison three years of supervised release and a fine of $250 000 Sentences are imposed by a federal district court judge based upon the U S Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors 

Acting United States Attorney Nathaniel R Mendell; Jeffrey J Ebersole Special Agent in Charge of the U S Food & Drug Administration Office of Criminal Investigations New York Field Office; and Justin C Fielder Special Agent in Charge of the U S Food & Drug Administration Office of Criminal Investigations Miami Field Office made the announcement today Assistant U S Attorney


Following a campaign on Facebook by a Palestinian journalist to shame those who attended and the subsequent social media outrage online Aman was charged with the crime of "normalization" with Israel 

His former wife was also arrested the Associated Press reported 

After Aman's arrest on April 9 2020 he said that he was interrogated and tortured He claims he was blindfolded taken to a prison cell and was forced to sit in a tiny child's chair for days or weeks on end according to AP 

He was referred to by his prison number only allowed to remove his blindfold for bathroom breaks and could only leave his seat to be interrogated or pray AP reported 


During his imprisonment a police officer reportedly told him that it would be "better" if he proceeded with a divorce He resisted the request for months AP said 

In August an Islamic judge asked him whether he felt coerced into separation Aman said yes but the judge the activist told AP refuted this "How are you being forced? Do you see me carrying a gun?" he says the legal official told him 

Aman 39 eventually signed divorce documents expecting to be released but remained imprisoned for two more months 

"The deplorable treatment of Rami Aman by Hamas authorities reflects their systematic practice of punishing those whose speech threatens their orthodoxy " Omar Shakir Israel-Palestine director at Human Rights Watch told AP 


His ex-wife who has been deported to Egypt confirmed to the Associated Press that she was forced into the divorce and wants to reunite with Aman 

Aman is now banned from leaving Gaza and security officials are still holding onto his laptop puter and phone the news agency said 

He is in frequent munication with human rights organizations lawyers and Hamas officials AP reported 

But his priority is to be reunited with his lover 


"Now I have my personal battle: return to my wife " the activist told the news agency 
erforming illegal silicone injections in exchange for money 


Following a campaign on Facebook by a Palestinian journalist to shame those who attended and the subsequent social media outrage online Aman was charged with the crime of "normalization" with Israel 

His former wife was also arrested the Associated Press reported 

After Aman's arrest on April 9 2020 he said that he was interrogated and tortured He claims he was blindfolded taken to a prison cell and was forced to sit in a tiny child's chair for days or weeks on end according to AP 

He was referred to by his prison number only allowed to remove his blindfold for bathroom breaks and could only leave his seat to be interrogated or pray AP reported 


During his imprisonment a police officer reportedly told him that it would be "better" if he proceeded with a divorce He resisted the request for months AP said 

In August an Islamic judge asked him whether he felt coerced into separation Aman said yes but the judge the activist told AP refuted this "How are you being forced? Do you see me carrying a gun?" he says the legal official told him 

Aman 39 eventually signed divorce documents expecting to be released but remained imprisoned for two more months 

"The deplorable treatment of Rami Aman by Hamas authorities reflects their systematic practice of punishing those whose speech threatens their orthodoxy " Omar Shakir Israel-Palestine director at Human Rights Watch told AP 



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