Rwanda Holding Capital's Poor in Unlawful Detention, Group SaysBy
Human Rights Watch says beggars, vendors, homeless abused
Government says facility provides social rehabilitation
Rwandan authorities have illegally detained street vendors, sex workers and beggars to drive people they deem as "undesirable" from the capital, whose clean streets the government views as a measure of economic success, Human Rights Watch said.
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