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European Court of Human Rights

2022

09

Aug

İngiltere'de siyahi çocuklara çıplak

Child Q: Schoolgirl strip-search not isolated issue, police data suggests

The strip-search of a black girl by police at school in east London was not an isolated case, England’s children’s commissioner has said. Dame Rachel de Souza requested Met Police data after details of the “Child Q” incident became public in March. Of the 650 strip-searches of children from 2018 to 2020, almost a quarter […]

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Country: United Kingdom
Source: TRTHABER , BBC

03

Aug

Pregnant migrant on boat pushed back by Greece gives birth on river

A pregnant migrant who was on a boat trying to cross the Maritsa (Meriç) River from Edirne province had to give birth on board after Greek elements pushed the boat back. Süheyla Rizai of Afghan origin gave birth on the boat in the middle of the river before the migrants were rescued by Turkish border […]

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Country: Greece
Source: TRTHABER

27

Jul

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Steven Lopez, sixth member of Central Park Five, is exonerated

A previously forgotten sixth co-defendant in the infamous Central Park Five rape case wept openly in a Manhattan courtroom Monday as his more than three decade-old conviction was overturned. Steven Lopez, 48, who as a teenager pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of robbing a male jogger, was cleared after Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg […]

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Source: AA

25

Jul

Papa Franciscus tövbe haccı

Pope Francis to visit Canada in ‘pilgrimage of penance’ over church-run schools

Pope Francis will spend the next week on a “pilgrimage of penance” in Canada, meeting with Indigenous leaders and residential school survivors as he looks to atone for the church’s grim legacy in the country. For the first papal visit to Canada in two decades, the pontiff plans to visit First Nations, Métis and Inuit […]

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Country: Canada
Source: AA , The Guardian

08

Jul

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Human Rights Court condemns Greece over sunk migrant boat

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Thursday ruled against Greece in a landmark case concerning the 2014 sinking of a migrant boat in the Aegean Sea. The case – Safi and Others v. Greece – was filed with the ECHR in January 2015, a year after 11 out of 27 migrants were killed […]

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Country: European Court of Human Rights
Source: TRT

06

Jul

Kanada yatılı kilise yerli çocuk

Canada signs C$20B compensation deal on First Nations child welfare

The Canadian government Monday signed a deal to pay C$20 billion (US$15.5 billion) in compensation to the children of First Nations Indigenous families over a human rights complaint that has been ongoing since 2007, according to local media. The agreement was recorded as the largest such deal in Canadian history, the Canadian Press reported. “… […]

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Country: Canada
Source: AA , AA

02

Jul

Hollanda köle ticareti

Dutch central bank apologizes for role in slave trade

The Dutch central bank (DNB) on Friday apologized for its role in the 19th century slave trade and said it would fund projects to raise awareness of slavery and to mitigate the effects it still has on people. DNB’s apologies followed an independent investigation published in February which showed that many of its early directors […]

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Country: Netherlands
Source: TRT

01

Jul

Polonya, Belarus sınırı

Poland completes border wall to keep asylum seekers out

Poland has completed construction on a new 186-kilometre border wall in an attempt to deter migrants entering from Belarus. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and top security officials visited the border area on Thursday to mark the completion of a new 5.5-metre-high steel wall. Poland is also set to lift a state of emergency on Friday that […]

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Country: Poland
Source: TRT , Aljazeera

30

Jun

ABD ırkçı geçmiş

Seized beach property to be returned to Black family 98 years later

When Kavon Ward walks onto Bruce’s Beach in Manhattan Beach, a wealthy, predominately white coastal enclave in southern California, she keeps her focus on the ocean. Looking elsewhere gets her blood boiling. “I feel disgusted. When I look straight ahead into the water I am fine, but when I look right or left and see […]

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Country: United States
Source: TRT , National Geographic

24

Jun

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Benevolent role of US stealing Afghanistan’s money

US President Joe Biden on Wednesday ordered the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other federal agencies to help those affected by an earthquake in eastern Afghanistan. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the US is “deeply saddened to see the devastating earthquake” that killed more than 1,000 people. “President Biden is monitoring […]

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Country: United States
Source: AA , AA