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2021

15

Sep

ABD polisi siyahi kadına

Philadelphia settles with mother police dragged from car and assaulted in front of toddler

Philadelphia settled a case with a mother whom police officers dragged from her car and beat up during protests against police violence last year. The city settled for $2 million before she filed a lawsuit. The city told her lawyers it is the largest pre-trial settlement for a police brutality case like this. “In many […]

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Country: United States
Source: , WHYY

15

Sep

Rape probe against French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin may be scrapped

Allegations of rape against France’s Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin look set to be dropped after the investigating judge closed the investigation, French media reported. The investigating judge has closed the inquiry into rape accusations against Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin and is moving towards a dismissal, according to French investigative website Mediapart. Darmanin was being questioned […]

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Country: France
Source: , rfi

10

Sep

İngiltere göçmenleri itiyor

Channel crossings: Migrant boats could be turned back in new UK move

Boats carrying migrants across the English Channel could be turned back from the UK, if personally approved by Home Secretary Priti Patel. The government has authorised Border Force officials to use the new tactic – but only in limited circumstances. However France is strongly against the plan, saying it breaks maritime law and accusing the […]

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Country: United Kingdom
Source: , BBC

09

Sep

Germany acquires controversial Israeli spyware Pegasus

Germany’s Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) has secretly bought the controversial Israeli spy software Pegasus to monitor suspects, a local media outlet reported on Tuesday. The BKA, a subordinate agency of the German Interior Ministry, finalized a contract with Israeli company NSO Group despite serious legal concerns, the weekly newspaper Die Zeit reported, citing security […]

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Country: Germany
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12

Aug

Kanada Suudi Arabistan

Canada’s arms exports to Saudi Arabia violate int’l law: Report

Canada’s arms sales to Saudi Arabia violate international law, a new report published by human rights organizations, namely Amnesty International Canada and Project Ploughshares, said Wednesday. Two prominent groups urged Ottawa to halt further weapons exports to Riyadh and accused Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government of violating the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), an international agreement […]

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Country: Canada
Source: , DS

11

Aug

Amerikan istihbaratı gazeteci

Watchdog to Scrutinize Fox News Host’s Claim the N.S.A. Spied on Him

The office of the National Security Agency’s inspector general said on Tuesday that it would investigate a claim by the Fox News personality Tucker Carlson that the surveillance agency “has been monitoring our electronic communications and is planning to leak them in an effort to take this show off the air.” The agency has denied […]

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Country: United States
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11

Aug

Kanadalı gardiyanlar Müslüman

Canadian guards beat Muslim prisoner to death

In the province of Ontario Lindsay Prisonwho died on December 15, 2016 Suleyman Fakiri An important step has been recorded in the legal struggle of his family for his family. Investigating Fakiri’s cause of death, Ontario Forensic Institute Pathology Service Chief Dr. Michael Pollanen presented his report to the court after his examination. Dr. In the Pollanen report; […]

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Country: Canada
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04

Aug

New York Valisi Cuomo

‘I believe these 11 women,’ Letitia James says as she reveals the report’s findings.

Letitia James, the New York attorney general, unveiled the findings of her office’s sexual harassment inquiry into Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Tuesday, describing the report in stark terms and declaring that “we should believe women.” As she revealed that two outside investigators found during a five-monthlong inquiry that Mr. Cuomo had sexually harassed at […]

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Country: United States
Source: , NYT

03

Aug

Yunanistan azınlık okullar

Turkey: Greece using temporary closures to permanently shut Turkish schools

Turkey has blasted a Greek government decision to shut down 12 more schools serving the country’s Muslim Turkish minority, saying it violates education rights. Under an Education Ministry decree, eight schools in Rhodope and four schools in Xanthi in the country’s Western Thrace will be temporarily suspended, a move that Turkey claims is planned and […]

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Country: Greece
Source: , TRT WORLD

30

Jul

Yunanistan sığınmacı çocuk

Greece: Stop Denying Refugee Children an Education

The Greek government should urgently reform discriminatory policies so that children seeking asylum can go to school when the new year begins on September 13, 2021, Human Rights Watch said today. Only 1 in 7 children living in camps was able to attend school in the last school year, and the authorities should immediately hire […]

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Country: Greece
Source: , RW