Amnesty: Porgera police 'should be prosecuted'

POLICE officers responsible for burning more than 200 homes near Barrick Gold’s Porgera gold mine in Papua New Guinea should be prosecuted for human rights violations, according to Amnesty International.

Amnesty: Porgera police 'should be prosecuted' Amnesty: Porgera police 'should be prosecuted' Amnesty: Porgera police 'should be prosecuted' Amnesty: Porgera police 'should be prosecuted' Amnesty: Porgera police 'should be prosecuted'

The international human rights organisation spoke out after security forces searching for illegal miners reportedly began burning huts in Wingima village while occupants were still sleeping.

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