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Austria

2021

15

Apr

danimarka covid-19 aşısı

Denmark may share AstraZeneca vaccines after ditching shots, WHO says

Denmark is examining options for sharing AstraZeneca’s vaccines with poorer nations after it halted use of the shots over concerns over rare blood clots, the World Health Organization Europe head said on Thursday. Denmark this week became the first country to stop using AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine altogether, as European officials continue to investigate dozens of […]

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Country: Denmark
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15

Apr

Fransa senato Müslüman

French Senate approves toughened version of bill accused of stigmatising Islam

France’s right-wing majority Senate has approved proposals including expanded bans on religious symbols and clothing in a set of new draft laws to counter what President Emmanuel Macron has called Islamist separatism. Critics say the new measures, which may not be included in the final version, discriminate against Muslims. The French Senate, dominated by right-wing […]

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Country: France
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14

Apr

Danimarka Suriyeli sığınmacı

Denmark to revoke Syrian refugees’ residence permits in toughest crackdown in Europe

Denmark has started to embark on its plan to reconsider permits for Syrian refugees from the Damascus area, following through on its announcement last year to begin reevaluations. The move is in response to a 2019 report Danish authorities issued, citing that the security situation in some parts of Syria had “improved significantly.” Denmark’s decision […]

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Country: Denmark
Source: , WE

13

Apr

Germany’s far-right, anti-migrant AfD targets the refugees

Germany’s far-right AfD party vowed to campaign for an end to coronavirus restrictions, a tougher line on migration and an exit from the EU as it finalised its election manifesto on Sunday. On the second day of a congress to firm up its strategy ahead of Germany’s election on September 26, the anti-Islam, anti-immigration party […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , FRANCE 24

12

Apr

Concerns mount that US withdrawal from Afghanistan could risk progress on women’s rights

Concerns are mounting from bipartisan US lawmakers and Afghan women’s rights activists that the hard-won gains for women and civil society in Afghanistan could be lost if the United States makes a precipitous withdrawal from the country. President Joe Biden has suggested it will be difficult to meet the May 1 deadline for US troops […]

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Country: United States
Source: , CNN

12

Apr

abd göçmen krizi

Biden set to accept fewest refugees of any modern president, including Trump, report says

Since his days on the campaign trail, President Biden has tried to cast himself as diametrically opposed to President Donald Trump when it comes to welcoming refugees into the United States. Within two weeks of taking office, Biden signed an executive order to rebuild and enhance federal programs to resettle refugees — programs he said […]

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Country: United States
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08

Apr

Fransa'da üniversitede ibadet

French Senate OKs proposal to ban prayers at universities

France’s Senate approved the addition of a ban on religious practices in university corridors to a controversial bill to fight “Islamist separatism” late Wednesday. Discussing the draft bill, which has been criticized for alienating Muslims, the center-right Republicans (LR) party proposed adding a clause prohibiting prayers in university corridors as well as banning religious activities […]

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Country: France
Source: , AA

06

Apr

bm hırvatistan şiddet

UN Condemns ‘Violent Pushback’ of Migrants by Croatian Police

The UN Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Monday condemned the Croatian police’s allegedly violent pushback of a group of migrants trying to cross the border into the European Union country. The UN mission said that on April 2, UN and NGO teams encountered a group of 50 men walking close to the border with […]

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Country: Croatia
Source: , BI

06

Apr

France accused of “complicity” in Rwandan genocide

A Rwandan report made public yesterday accuses senior French officials, including the then French president, of supporting Hutu elements in the Rwandan government responsible for months of killing in 1994 that left 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead. The report, compiled by a special investigative commission, singles out the late President François Mitterrand, the prime […]

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Country: France
Source: AA , POLITICO

30

Mar

fransız doktorlar hükümet

Paris doctors sound alarm, warn of catastrophic overload of Covid-19 cases

The sobering warning was delivered Sunday in a newspaper opinion signed by 41 Paris-region doctors. Published by Le Journal du Dimanche newspaper, it comes as French President Emmanuel Macron has been vigorously defending his decision not to completely lockdown France again as he did last year. Since January, Macron’s government has instead imposed a nationwide […]

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Country: France
Source: AA , France24