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Pasukan Ethiopia Bunuh “Setidaknya 45 Warga Sipil” dalam Pembantaian Januari

ADDIS ABABA: Ethiopia’s government security forces killed at least 45 civilians in a massacre in Amhara state in late January, the independent state-affiliated Ethiopian Human Rights Commission said Tuesday.

A statement said the EHRC had confirmed “the identity of at least 45 civilians who were extrajudicially killed by government security forces” in the town of Merawi for allegedly supporting an ethnic Amhara militia known as Fano.

“However, it can be assumed that the number of victims is even higher,” it underscored.

Source: Ethiopian forces killed ‘at least 45 civilians’ in January massacre

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“Tidak Mengambil Pelajaran” dari Genosida Bersejarah di Tengah Konflik Gaza, Kata Pemimpin Rwanda

LONDON: The world’s response to civilian deaths in the Israel-Hamas conflict in Gaza indicates it has not learned the lessons of previous genocides such as the one carried out in Rwanda, the African country’s president said Monday.

“We always talk about ‘lessons learned,’ but I don’t see many in the world learning lessons,” Paul Kagame said at the World Governments Summit in Dubai.

Source: ‘Lessons not learned’ from historic genocides amid Gaza conflict, says Rwandan leader

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Rencana Inggris Kirim Pencari Suaka ke Rwanda Tak Sesuai dengan HAM, Kata Pengawas Parlemen

LONDON: The British government’s plan to send some asylum-seekers on a one-way trip to Rwanda is “fundamentally incompatible” with the UK’s human rights obligations, a parliamentary rights watchdog said Monday, as the contentious bill returned for debate in the House of Lords.
Parliament’s unelected upper chamber is scrutinizing a bill designed to overcome the UK Supreme Court’s ruling that the Rwanda plan is illegal. The court said in November that the East African nation is not a safe country for migrants.

Source: UK plan to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda incompatible with human rights, parliamentary watchdog says

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Presiden: Djibouti Berkomitmen untuk Bekerjasama dengan Arab Saudi dalam Hal Keamanan Maritim Laut Merah dan Memerangi Terorisme

RIYADH: Djibouti’s president has pledged his country’s commitment to helping bring about maritime security in the Red Sea, while also fighting terrorism.

Ismail Omar Guelleh noted that the East African nation was cooperating with major powers, including Saudi Arabia, to ensure safe passage for international shipping in the Bab El-Mandeb (the strait that connects the Red Sea with the Gulf of Aden), and the Gulf of Aden.

Source: Djibouti committed to working with Saudi Arabia on Red Sea maritime security, fighting terrorism: president

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Arab Saudi Kutuk Serangan Teroris di Mogadishu

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia condemned and denounced a terrorist attack on a military base in Mogadishu, Somalia, Saudi Press Agency reported on Sunday.

Four Emirati soldiers and a Bahraini officer were killed following the attack in Mogadishu where they were training the Somali national army, the United Arab Emirates said. 

The soldiers were “exposed to a terrorist act” while “training and qualifying the Somali Armed Forces,” the UAE’s defence ministry said in a statement on Saturday, adding that three Emirati soldiers and a Bahraini officer were killed.

Source: Saudi Arabia condemns terrorist attack in Mogadishu

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Lima Tentara dari UEA dan Bahrain Menjadi Martir dalam Serangan Teroris di Pangkalan Militer di Somalia

Saudi Gazette reportABU DHABI/RIYADH/MANAMA — Five soldiers from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain have lost their lives in a terrorist attack on a military base in Mogadishu, the capital of

Source: Five soldiers from UAE and Bahrain martyred in terrorist attack on military base in Somalia

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Pengadilan: Pemimpin Aliran Sesat di Kenya Didakwa dengan 191 Dakwaan Pembunuhan

MALINDI, Kenya: A Kenyan court on Tuesday charged the leader of a starvation cult and dozens of suspected accomplices with murder over the deaths of nearly 200 people in a forest near the Indian Ocean.
Self-proclaimed pastor Paul Nthenge Mackenzie, who has already been charged with terrorism, manslaughter as well as child torture and cruelty, is alleged to have incited hundreds of his acolytes to starve to death in order to “meet Jesus.”
On Tuesday, Mackenzie and 29 other suspects pleaded not guilty to 191 counts of murder, according to court documents seen by AFP.

Source: Kenya cult leader charged with 191 counts of murder: court

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Sekitar 40 Orang Tewas dalam Kekerasan di Dekat Perbatasan Sudan-Sudan Selatan yang Disengketakan

JUBA: About 40 people, many of them civilians, have been killed in violence in a disputed area on South Sudan’s border with Sudan over the weekend and hundreds have sought refuge in a UN peacekeepers’ compound, a government official said on Monday.
Frequent clashes have taken place in Abyei region between rival factions of the Dinka ethnic group because of a dispute over the location of an administrative boundary where significant tax revenue is collected from cross-border trade.

Source: About 40 killed in violence near disputed Sudan-South Sudan border

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38 Orang Tewas, 52 Luka-Luka dalam Bentrokan Komunal Atas Masalah Tanah di Sudan Selatan

JUBA, South Sudan: Residents of a swampy area in central South Sudan battled with cattle herders who moved in looking for water and pasture during the dry season, and at least 38 people were killed and 52 suffered gunshot wounds, officials said Thursday.
The fighting started Wednesday and tensions remained high Thursday night, with officials reporting “minor clashes” and apprehension over revenge attacks in the remote area.

Source: 38 people killed, 52 wounded in communal clashes over land in South Sudan