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Ocen, (374) and the intersections between child welfare and prison
(13.) See, e.g., Ocen, supra note 7 (finding that the popularity of shackling pregnant prisoners derives from a long cultural tradition of constraining, degrading, and criminalizing sexuality and reproduction of African-American women).
Ocen said GMOs were a "suicidal project" and its advocates did not wish Africa well.
NATO, "Allied Command Operations, Operation Ocen Shield", http://www.aco.nato.int/ page208433730.aspx, (Erisim Tarihi 14 Kasim 2011).
Rev Richard Opio from Dokola Parish and the Rev Walter Ocen of Abuli Parish arrived at the weekend.
agencies, the Bureau of Ocen Energy Management, and the California
Ron Higgins, founder and former CEO and Chairman of Digital Island, assumes role of Chairman at oCen Communications.
According to Tokwaro, the news editor, David Ocen remains in custody while the station remains closed.
Three of his brothers, James Ocen, Lawrence Ogwang, and William Dalla were murdered.
Those arrested included radio director, Albino Tokwaro, news editor David Ocen and two news readers.