Ethiopia: Army Commits Executions, Torture, and Rape in Ogaden | Human Rights Watch

2008_Ethiopia_map.jpg“Collective Punishment: War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity in the Ogaden Area of Ethiopia’s Somali Regional State,” documents a dramatic rise in unchecked violence against civilians since June 2007, when the Ethiopian army launched a counterinsurgency campaign against rebels who attacked a Chinese-run oil installation. The Human Rights Watch report provides the first in-depth look at the patterns of abuse in a conflict that remains virtually unknown because of severe restrictions imposed by the Ethiopian government.

Ethiopia: Army Commits Executions, Torture, and Rape in Ogaden | Human Rights Watch

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