Femmes Solidaires and Comité des Femmes Djiboutiennes
contre les Viols et l'Impunité (COFEDVI).
The 25th of April 2016, one month after the Hunger strike in France,
The fight goes on 10 Djiboutian women are starting a hunger strike in Brussels, Belgium
against the rapes by the djiboutian army & denounce the impunity.
haveDay Five Hunger Strike For the 10 Djiboutian women. This time 10 of them resident in Brussels Belguim have taken over the hunger strike from their Paris, France counterparts to denounce Afar Women Rapes by Djiboutian Army.
They Say NO to impunity and Demand JUSTICE to The Djiboutian Regime.
Moreover, the human rights organizations and citizens Djibouti still waiting for an independent and impartial investigation to shed light on the ......Suite
10 other Djiboutian women started a new hunger strike in Brussels on the 25th April 2016 a month to the day after Paris hunger strike.
They denounce Afar women rapes by Djiboutian Army. They shout NO to impunity.
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