Somalia: New Violence Highlights Need for Independent Inquiry | Human Rights Watch

https://i0.wp.com/nimg.sulekha.com/Others/original700/somalia-fighting-2009-8-25-9-40-47.jpg(New York) – A new incident involving African Union troops in Mogadishu that left at least 13 people dead underscores the urgent need for an independent inquiry into laws-of-war violations by all forces in Somalia, Human Rights Watch said today. Human Rights Watch also called on the top UN official in Somalia to immediately retract a statement comparing Somali journalists reporting the incident to those who incited the Rwandan genocide.

Somalia: New Violence Highlights Need for Independent Inquiry | Human Rights Watch

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