Oil still contaminates the swamp and fish ponds at Barabeedom, Kegbara Dere (K.Dere), Rivers State, Nigeria, years after there was a spill. Every year there are hundreds of spills in the Niger Delta, and clean-up is often slow and ineffective.
A boy living in a displacement camp in Tillabéri region, Niger, 1 August 2021. Tens of thousands of children have been forced out of school as a result of armed group attacks on education. © Mamoudou L. Kane / Amnesty International
Un garçon vivant dans un camp pour personnes déplacées, région de Tillabéri (Niger), 1er août 2021. Des dizaines de milliers d’enfants ont dû quitter l’école à la suite des attaques lancées par des groupes armés contre l’éducation. © Mamoudou L. Kane / Amnesty International
LAGOS, NIGERIA - OCTOBER 20: Demonstrators protest police brutality at the Lekki toll gate on October 20, 2020 in Lagos, Nigeria. The Nigerian government had imposed a 24-hour curfew to tamp down on sustained protests against the now-defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), a police division accused of abuse, extortion and extra-judicial killings. Witnesses said security forces later opened fire to disperse the crowd, killing several people. (Photo by Adetona Omokanye/Getty Images)