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THE MINORITY RIGHTS GROUP, Jehovah's Witnesses in Africa (Report No. 29 by Tony Hodges; rev. edn. 1985), 15 pp., The Jews of Africa and Asia (Report No. 76 by Tudor Parfitt, 1987), 15 pp., Burundi Since the Genocide (Report No. 20 by Reginald Kay, 1987), 12 pp., The Southern Sudan (Report No. 78 by Douglas H. Johnson), 11 pp., Women in Sub-Saharan Africa (Report No. 77 by Edda Ivan-Smith et al. , 1988), 18 pp. Each report costs £ 1.80 and is available from The Minority Rights Group, 29 Craven Street, London WC2N 5NT

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