Ouattara massacres: Ban Ki-Moon calls for measures

Ban Ki-Moon calls for measures against Ouattara’s Ivorian massacres

The Head of the UN asked Alassane Ouattara, recognized by the international community to take action against those who took part in the massacre of eight hundred people in the West of the country, said Sunday a spokesman for the UN.

The UN High Commissioner for Human`s Rights was concerned Friday about “serious violations” of human rights by supporting forces of the president recognized by the international community, Alassane Ouattara.

According to the UN and several international organizations, the conquest of Duékoué — important city at the crossroads of the West of Ivory Coast – Tuesday by pro-Ouattara’s combatants was accompanied by large-scale massacres, balance sheets ranging from 330 killed to a thousand, “dead or missing”.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) suggests “at least 800 dead “for a single day, March 29, speaking of ” intercommunal violence ” and the Catholic NGO Caritas` state `” a thousand died or disappeared “between 27 and 29 March.

A mission by the United Nations in Duékoué confirmed death of hundreds of people.

These serious allegations of possible “war crimes” are of much more embarrassing for Mr. Ouattara since they arise from the `UNOCI, which ensured its protection and has validated his victory at the presidential of 28November.

Source: blueteamci.com / www.afrikdignite.com / infoscotedivoire.net / www.rti.ci

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