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War Crimes committed against the people of Somaliland

History/Archives – Somaliland Net 2003 “All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal against any discrimination in the violation of this Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination” Article 7 Universal Declaration Of Human Rights ...

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Why Somaliland Split from the South?

Reports from Buroa on the violence and destruction in northern Somaliland. TO UNDERSTAND why the people of northern Somalia have split from the south and formed an independent state, you must take a short ride outside this little town to a patch of thorn-scrub where goats and camels graze.The bones ...

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History: Reports of Interviews of torture victims in Somaliland – Part 1

These tragic and unfortunate people who have been tutored by their own government it’s a tragic itself. we have to remind ourselves to learn from this tragic and be vigilant this never happens again. It’s dark part of History. REPORTS OF INTERVIEWS AND MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS OF TORTURE VICTIMS FROM SOMALIA CONDUCTED BY ...

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Building human rights in the disintegrated state

Human rights have been violently abused in Somalia throughout the past 25 years. Massive human rights violations during President Mohamed Siad Barre’s from 1969 to 1991 were followed by brutal civil wars when the state later disintegrated. The main challenge now is how to achieve protection of basic human rights ...

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