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14 de Agosto de 2007

Periodistas asesinados en Somalia al tiempo que se difunde informe que documenta crímenes de guerra generalizados

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Justo cuando dos periodistas son asesinados en Somalia, Human Rights Watch publica un informe de 113 páginas que concluye que a lo largo del año todos los bandos que son parte del conflicto en Somalia han cometido crímenes de guerra. El informe afirma que los peores abusos han sido cometidos por soldados etíopes, que cuentan con el apoyo de EE.UU., quienes apoyan al gobierno somalí de transición en su lucha contra los insurgentes.

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