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Ogaden refugees in Kenya ask for govt protection

Ogaden refugees living in Kenya have called on the government to protect them.

The refugees have decried rising kidnapping and harassment of their officials in Kenya. Speaking in Eastleigh, Nairobi  the Ogaden Refugees Committee chairman Ahmed Farah Mohamud said Kenya and the international community have a duty to protect refugees.

"We are appealing to the Kenyan government and the international community to ensure safety and wellbeing of two officials of Ogaden National Liberation Front who were kidnapped in Nairobi on January 26."

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2 Kenya cops due in court for abduction of ONLF members

NAIROBI, Kenya — Two Kenyan police officers will be charged in court with the kidnapping of two offi...

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Police investigating alleged abduction of two ONLF members in Nairobi

Nairobi, Kenya: Kenyan police are investigating alleged abduction of two top officials of Ethiopia’s...
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Ogaden Voice on South Sudan Conflict

Ahmed Farah Mohamud, 33, Activist, Ethiopian based Nairobi, Kenya: As a political refugee and advoca...

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At least 3 Dead, Several Injured in Grenade Attack in Nairobi Eastleigh suburb

The blast hit the 32-seater bus near the Eastleigh suburb, which is home thousands of Kenyan Somalis...
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