Comrades in abuse: Teodoro Obiang of Equatorial Guinea and Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe
“They made a very tight circle around me. They violated every inch of my body." — Hania Moheeb, victim of sexual assault in Egypt.
Hania's story is only one of several hundreds, perhaps even thousands of cases of human rights abuse that go unrecorded daily in Africa. In most situations, governments and agents of goverments are the perpetrators, making it almost impossible for victims to get any justice. In the following videos, Human Rights Watch highlights a number of human rights violations taking place on the continent, giving a face and a voice to the victims.