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2021

01

Mar

New York Valisi

Cuomo says he’s ‘truly sorry’ for workplace comments he says were ‘misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation’ following sexual harassment claims

Faced with an escalating backlash following two allegations of sexual harassment in less than a week, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday acknowledged that some of his comments in the workplace “may have been insensitive or too personal” and said he was “truly sorry” to those who might have “misinterpreted (the remarks) as an […]

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Country: United States
Source: , CNN

27

Feb

Biden doesn’t penalize crown prince despite promise to punish senior Saudi leaders

Despite promising to punish senior Saudi leaders while on the campaign trail, President Joe Biden declined to apply sanctions to the one the US intelligence community determined is responsible for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The choice not to punish Prince Mohammed directly puts into sharp relief the type […]

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Country: United States
Source: , CNN

17

Feb

French assembly approves controversial ‘separatism’ bill

France’s National Assembly approved a controversial bill Tuesday that has been criticized for targeting Muslims. The draft law was approved with 347 lawmakers voting in favor, 151 against and 65 abstaining. Known as the “separatism” bill, it was supported by President Emmanuel Macron’s ruling La Republique En Marche (LREM) party, the Democratic Movement (MoDem), the […]

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Country: France
Source: , AA

13

Feb

French minister spars with Le Pen over radical Islam

France’s Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin crossed swords with far-right leader Marine Le Pen Thursday night in a televised debate, with the two clashing over their competing visions on how to fight radical Islam and terrorism. The duel was highly anticipated, four years after Le Pen’s disastrous performance in a debate against then-candidate Emmanuel Macron dealt […]

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Country: France
Source: , POLITICO

12

Feb

Hollanda Bosna sırp

Netherlands honors veterans of UN mission in Srebrenica

The Dutch government will pay 5,000 euros each to the nation’s soldiers who were part of a UN peacekeeping mission that failed to prevent the Srebrenica genocide in 1995 in Bosnia and Herzegovina in appreciation of their service in horrific circumstances. More than 8,300 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were killed after Bosnian Serb forces […]

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Country: Netherlands
Source: ,

08

Feb

Alman polisi şiddet

German police beat up Turkish father, daughter

Basongen, who had come to Germany from Turkey in 2001 as a factory worker, said the incident occurred after his daughter had an argument with her friends, who then called the police. “While I was waiting for her outside, the police came within five minutes. The police had told my daughter to step away and […]

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Country: Germany
Source: EN SON HABER , AA

04

Feb

Avusturya'da sığınmacılar salgın

Refugees and migrants largely forgotten in Covid-19 vaccination drive

If you are not a citizen where you live, for whatever reason, you will likely be low down on the vaccination list. If you are stateless, have migrated to another country or are a refugee due for security or political reasons, you know how it feels to live in a state without full legal rights. […]

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Country: Austria
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01

Feb

abd guantanamo covid-19

Pentagon Halts Plan to Vaccinate the 40 Prisoners at Guantanamo Bay

The decision to vaccinate the prisoners ignited criticism over whether the government was prioritizing terrorism suspects over American citizens. The Pentagon on Saturday halted plans to offer coronavirus vaccines next week to the 40 wartime prisoners at Guantánamo Bay after an outcry over whether the Defense Department was putting terrorism suspects before the American people. […]

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Country: United States
Source: AA , NYT

01

Feb

fransa yasak başörtüsü

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen proposes headscarf ban

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen Friday proposed a ban on Muslim headscarves in all public places, in a bid to build on a record recent poll that put her almost neck-and-neck with President Emmanuel Macron. The hijab policy, which would be contested in court and would almost certainly be ruled unconstitutional, saw the 53-year-old […]

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Country: France
Source: SPUTNIK , DS

30

Jan

Syrian rights group asks for probe into mistreatment of refugees by Greece

A Syrian NGO based in the United States has filed a case with the International Criminal Court (ICC) to demand an investigation into alleged abuse and mistreatment of refugees by Greek authorities. The Syria Justice and Accountability Center filed the case on Thursday, saying it had received witness testimony and video evidence to prove that […]

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Country: Greece
Source: TRT HABER , IM