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Concern Over the Ogaden Territory

Concern Over the Ogaden Territory

The ruling authorities of Ethiopia have a longstanding history of violation of human rights in the Ogaden territory, a homeland of Somalis under Ethiopian rule, also known as the Somali State of Ethiopia. The people of this territory have been subjected to different alien administrations and ensuing oppression for nearly a century. The Ogaden territory is in Southeastern Ethiopia and borders the Afar region and Republic of Djibouti to the North, Oromia in the West, Somalia in the East and Kenya to the South.

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Eighth Forum on  Minority Issues – “Minorities in the Criminal Justice System”

Eighth Forum on Minority Issues – “Minorities in the Criminal Justice System”

Eighth Forum on Minority Issues 24 and 25 November 2015 “Minorities in the Criminal Justice System” Plenary sessions on 24 and 25 November in Room XX will be live streamed on UN Web TV (http://webtv.un.org/). OHCHR

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