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FATOU BENSOUDA TO HEAD ETHIOPIA CONFLICT PROBE

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The UN Human Rights Council has appointed former International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, to head a team that will probe alleged violations during the conflict in Ethiopia.


The UN Council said the team will have two other international experts; Kenyan lawyer, Kaari Betty Murungi and Steven Ratner of the United States, who will serve on the newly-created International Commission of Human Rights Experts on Ethiopia.


Recall that the UN rights body agreed last December to send international investigators to Ethiopia where the federal troops and rebels have been fighting.

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