Djibouti: Human rights activist arrested in Djibouti: Jean-Paul Noёl Abdi
On 9 February, Jean-Paul Noёl Abdi, the president of the Djiboutian League of Human Rights (la Ligue djiboutienne des droits humains, LDDH), was arrested after he investigated and reported on arrests following recent student protests in the Republic of Djibouti, in the Horn of Africa.
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