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Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

2022

27

Jan

İsviçre'de siyahilere yönelik ırkçılık

Switzerland must urgently confront anti-Black racism – UN

People of African descent in Switzerland experience racial discrimination in various aspects of their lives, UN human rights experts found after visiting the country. “Racial profiling and police controls of Black people humiliate, criminalize and stigmatize,” Dominique Day, head of the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent, said in a statement. […]

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Country: Switzerland
Source: AA , MirageNews

26

Jan

Kanada'da kilise okulunun bahçesinde mezarlar bulundu

Indigenous community finds 93 potential unmarked graves

Williams Lake First Nation announced on Monday that preliminary results of the first phase of a geophysical search at St Joseph Mission Residential School uncovered 93 “reflections” – believed to be unmarked gravesites. “Ninety-three is our number,” Chief Willie Sellars told reporters. Hundreds of unmarked graves have been discovered at former residential school sites across […]

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Country: Canada
Source: TRT , Aljazeera

26

Jan

Polonya sınırı göçmen duvarı

Poland starts construction on new border wall

Polish contractors have begun work on a $407-million (€353-million) wall along the Belarus border aimed at deterring migrant crossings following a crisis in the area last year. The 5.5-metre high wall will run along 186 kilometres of the border – almost half the total length – and is to be completed in June, according to […]

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Country: Poland
Source: TRTWORLD

25

Jan

Yunanistan göçmenleri aç bıraktı

Greek government blamed for hunger crisis in refugee camps

Humanitarian groups have accused the Greek government of fomenting a hunger crisis in refugee camps with “conscious” policy choices that have left thousands unable to access food. Decisions aimed at deterring migrant flows had, they said, created an intolerable situation in which refugees have been left struggling to feed themselves for months. “It is unthinkable […]

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Country: Greece
Source: TheGuardian

24

Jan

İngiltere'de Müslüman bakan inancı sebebiyle kovuldu

UK Muslim minister dismissed because of her faith

Nusrat Ghani from the Conservative Party in Great Britain said that she was fired from the post of minister because her colleagues are worried that she is a Muslim, reports Anadolu Agency (AA). Ghani in a statement to The Sunday Times regarding her dismissal in February 2020 from the post of Minister of State, responsible […]

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Country: United Kingdom
Source: BBC

21

Jan

abd-suriye-deki-takba-barajini-bombaladi

ABD’nin Suriye’deki Tabka Barajı nı bombaladığı ortaya çıktı

Near the height of the war against the Islamic State in Syria, a sudden riot of explosions rocked the country’s largest dam, a towering, 18-story structure on the Euphrates River that held back a 25-mile-long reservoir above a valley where hundreds of thousands of people lived. The Tabqa Dam was a strategic linchpin and the […]

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Country: United States
Source: NY Times

20

Jan

abd-de-8-yasindaki-siyahi-kiz-cocugunu-olduren-polislere-dava

US officers charged with fatally shooting 8 year old girl

US prosecutors have charged three policemen with an eight-year-old girl’s death, dropping a murder case against two teenagers who were initially held. The officers opened fire on a vehicle outside a high school football game near Philadelphia on 27 August 2021 after hearing gunshots a block away. The police thought armed suspects were in the […]

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Country: United States
Source: TRT , BBC

19

Jan

fransa-twitter-i-yargiliyor

Twitter France tried in criminal court for not cooperating with justice

In France, Twitter and its country director, Damien Viel, are on trial for “complicating public insults by not helping justice”. Social media platform Twitter moved to the judiciary in France. The French court tried Twitter and the French director for not sharing the information of two users who commented under the governor’s post with the […]

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Country: France
Source: AA

18

Jan

Fransa Cumhurbaşkanı adayı Zemmour

Eric Zemmour found guilty of hate speech

Far-right French presidential candidate Eric Zemmour has been fined €10,000 (£8,350) by a Paris court for hate speech. The case was launched over a TV appearance, where he described unaccompanied migrant children as “thieves”, “rapists” and “murderers”. Former broadcaster Zemmour is known for his anti-Islam and anti-immigration views. His lawyer said he would appeal against […]

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Country: France
Source: Euronews , BBC

14

Jan

barselona-daki-saldirinin-arkasindaki-guc-ispanya-gizli-servisi

2017 Spanish terror attacks orchestrated by secret service

The 2017 terror attacks in Spain were orchestrated by the National Intelligence Center (CNI), a former senior police officer said Thursday. The aim was to destabilize Catalonia before an independence referendum but the outcome that left 16 dead, was a miscalculation, said Jose Manuel Villarejo, according to the Catalanews agency. Quoting Villarejo’s testimony in court, […]

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Country: Spain
Source: AA , AA