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14 Feb 2017 description
report Human Rights Watch

Lake Turkana water levels down, further drop expected

(Nairobi) – Dropping water levels in Kenya’s Lake Turkana following the development of dams and plantations in Ethiopia’s lower Omo Valley threaten the livelihoods of half a million indigenous people in Ethiopia and Kenya, Human Rights Watch said today.

29 May 2013 description
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Kenya: Police Abuse Nairobi’s Refugees

Torture, Rape, Extortion, and Arbitrary Detention Near the Heart of Kenya’s Capital

12 Jul 2012 description
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Rigorously Apply Social, Environmental Safeguards in Ethiopia, Kenya

(Washington, DC) – The World Bank should ensure that the rights of indigenous peoples and the environment are rigorously protected before funding a power transmission line connecting Kenya to a controversial dam in Ethiopia, Human Rights Watch said in a letter to World Bank President Jim Yong Kim released today. The World Bank’s board of directors is scheduled to meet on July 12, 2012 to consider the project.

08 Jun 2002 description
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(New York, June 8, 2002) - Kenyan authorities are threatening to repatriate hundreds of Ethiopian and Somali refugees rounded up in a police sweep in Nairobi on May 30, 2002. If returned, many could face arbitrary arrest, torture, and other serious abuses in their countries of origin.