Ethiopian Civil War Human Rights Violation

 

#UN’s Human Rights Council voted yesterday to establish an independent investigation into the, stating that all sides in the conflicts have made violations. #Ethiopia’s government slammed the decision, calling it a product of “neocolonialist mentality” and that an investigation will be “a deliberate destabilisation effort.” The year long conflict has seen credible reports of rampant mass killings, gang rapes, and ethnic cleansing by both federal and rebel forces. The Ethiopian government’s crackdown and mass detention of anyone ethnicity Tigrayan has also been decried as ethnically charged abuse. (? Yasuyoshi China) #AtlasNewsUpdateEthiopia 

#UN’s Human Rights Council voted yesterday to establish an independent investigation into the human rights abuses and war crimes during the ongoing #Ethiopian civil war, stating that all sides in the conflicts have made violations. #Ethiopia’s government slammed the decision, calling it a product of “neocolonialist mentality” and that an investigation will be “a deliberate destabilisation effort.” The year long conflict has seen credible reports of rampant mass killings, gang rapes, and ethnic cleansing by both federal and rebel forces. The Ethiopian government’s crackdown and mass detention of anyone ethnicity Tigrayan has also been decried as ethnically charged abuse. (? Yasuyoshi China) #AtlasNewsUpdateEthiopia

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