Members of the Namibian Defense Force (NDF) have since September 1994 been actively committing widespread human rights abuses especially in the northeastern regions of Namibia bordering Angola and Zambia. This state of affairs became even more catastrophic with the arrival in Namibia of Angolan armed forces (FAA) in November 1999 and, as a consequence, the human rights, humanitarian and human security situation deteriorated dramatically both in the northern areas of Namibia and southern Angola.
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Published: Jan 17, 2002 - 02:08 PM
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Human rights monitors in the Owambo district on December 24, 2001 reported that unknown gunmen assassinated Jafet Malenga SHALIHU (25) in a mafia style. Shalihu was shot three times-twice in the chest and once in the head---and died instantly. The assassins then drove away without saying a word.
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Published: Jan 02, 2002 - 02:04 PM
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Mr. Peter Hain, British Minister of State at the Foreign Office & Commonwealth must be commended for his speech as quoted by the media where he reportedly stated that dialogue is the best avenue for achieving sustainable peace in Angola. The Luanda-based Radio Ecclesia - a Catholic facility - reported on August 1, 2000 that Mr. Hain is now encouraging peace efforts through dialogue rather than military means.
Published: Aug 04, 2000 - 01:58 PM
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