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2021

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

26

Jul

İngiliz ordusunda asker

Two-thirds of women in UK military report bullying and sexual abuse

Almost two-thirds of women in the armed forces have experienced bullying, sexual harassment and discrimination during their career, according to a parliamentary report that says the UK military is “failing to protect” female recruits. Heralding its inquiry into the treatment of women in the armed forces as one of the most vital in its history, […]

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Country: United Kingdom
Source: , The Guardian

16

Jul

AB Adalet Divanı

EU companies can ban headscarves under certain conditions, court says

Companies in the European Union can ban employees from wearing a headscarf under certain conditions, if they need to do so to project an image of neutrality to customers, the EU’s top court said on Thursday. The Luxembourg-based EU Court of Justice (CJEU) was ruling on cases brought by two Muslim women in Germany who […]

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Country: European Union
Source: , Reuters

16

Jul

Frontex Direktörü Yunanistan

Frontex Reform Needed to Protect Migrant Rights in Europe

The European Border and Coast Guard Agency, known as Frontex, has failed to protect the rights of people at European Union borders, a European Parliament investigation has found. The July 15 report highlights how Frontex – in particular its executive director, Fabrice Leggeri – failed to take action to address reports of migrant pushbacks, the […]

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Country: European Union
Source: , HRW

15

Jul

Apartments of 5 Berlin police officers searched for far-right links

Berlin police on Wednesday announced that it had raided apartments and rooms connected to five of its officers after it was found that they had shared racist and anti-government content in an online chat group with 12 members. The officers were said to have distributed images and caricatures depicting racist, right-wing imagery as well as […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , DW

14

Jul

facebook filistinli ajans

Hamas-affiliated news agency’s page removed from Facebook

The Hamas-affiliated Shehab news agency’s Facebook page was deleted on Tuesday for “repeatedly violating” Facebook community standards. Shehab’s Facebook page was originally created in 2011. Nearly 7.5 million people liked the page before it was taken down. A spokesperson for Facebook stated that the page was removed after Shehab continued to violate community standards despite […]

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Source: , JP

02

Jul

Pentagon report says 135,000 service members sexually assaulted

Roughly 135,000 active duty US service members have been the victim of sexual assault since 2010, a Pentagon report released on Friday said as US President Joe Biden called for sexual assault cases to be removed from the military’s chain of command. The number of those who have been victims of sexual assault includes 65,400 […]

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Country: United States
Source: , AA

28

Jun

Alman polisleri suçlanıyor

‘Far-right’ investigation is underway against at least 272 police officers in Germany

In the news of the “Welt am Sonntag” newspaper, it was stated that right-wing extremism is more common in law enforcement agencies in the country than previously thought. In the news that the newspaper based on the information it received from the federal government and the ministries of justice and interior in the states, it […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , Livik

26

Jun

George floyd siyahi

Ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin sentenced to 22.5 years in prison for George Floyd murder

A judge sentenced former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on Friday to 22-and-a-half years in prison for the murder of George Floyd. That sentence was less than the 40-year maximum for the killing of Floyd, a Black man whose videotaped death with the white cop Chauvin kneeling on or near his neck for more than […]

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Country: United States
Source: , CNBC

23

Jun

Greece: Pushbacks and violence against refugees and migrants are de facto border policy

Greek border forces are violently and illegally detaining groups of refugees and migrants before summarily returning them to Turkey, in contravention of their human rights obligations under EU and international law, new research from Amnesty International has revealed. The report, Greece: Violence, lies and pushbacks, documents how the Greek authorities are conducting illegal pushbacks at land […]

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Country: Greece
Source: , Amnesty