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Anti-Terror Policies

2021

05

Mar

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Turkish lawyer defending NSU victims receives threats from neo-Nazis

Seda Başay Yıldız, one of the Turkish lawyers representing a victim in a trial against the National Socialist Underground (NSU) neo-Nazi gang, continues to receive threatening letters from the group with the signature “NSU 2.0.” Speaking to Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Yildiz said that she is still receiving letters with death threats and criticized German […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , DS

2019

10

Oct

Macron met spokeswoman of Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces

French President Emmanuel Macron met on Tuesday with Jihane Ahmed, the spokeswoman for the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), to express France’s solidarity with them in their fight, said Macron’s office. The meeting was also an opportunity to reiterate that France remains “very worried” about the prospect of a Turkish military operation in Syria, added […]

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Country: France
Source: Euro News , Reuters

08

Oct

Every child raised in Afghanistan experiences war

Every single child born and raised in Afghanistan has experienced war and conflict since the start of 18-year war between the coalition forces and the Taliban, said an international charity report on Monday. Since the start of the conflict on Oct. 7, 2001, an estimated 20 million children wake up every day in fear of […]

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Country: United States
Source: TRT Haber , AA

19

Feb

UK government feigns ignorance over PKK meeting in the country’s parliament

The U.K. Parliament’s House of Lords hosted a meeting where the participants conveyed support for the PKK terrorist group’s leader Abdullah Öcalan and praised him. While the incident raised eyebrows in Ankara, the British Embassy claimed yesterday that the event had no relation with the U.K. government and was organized independently of it. In relation […]

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Country: United Kingdom
Source: Haberler , Daily Sabah

2018

28

Dec

November 17 terrorist Koufodinas furloughed again

November 17 terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas will receive a fifth consecutive prison leave which will last six days, including two days that are being granted to him as travel time. The previous times that Koufodinas was granted a furlough there were statements of  disapproval from the U.S. and British embassies in Athens, since some of the […]

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Country: Greece
Source: CNN , Greek Reporter

03

Dec

CBC news broadcast praises PKK terrorist women

The Canadian state-owned channel CBC has broadcast news praising the PKK’s terrorist women, although the latter is on the Canadian list of terrorist organizations. A photographer residing in Montreal traveled to Qandil, Iraq, and took photographs of women terrorists in the camps, and the channel broadcast these photographs. According to the news, the photographer spent several […]

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Country: Canada
Source: AA , TRT

18

Jul

UK anti-terror legislation a threat to free speech and privacy – HoC Committee

The British Parliament’s cross-party select committee on human rights has publicized serious concerns over the scope and wording of anti-terrorism and border control legislation currently under consideration. Among the most problematic aspects of the legislation highlighted in the Committee’s report are the criminalization of an opinion expressed in support of a proscribed terrorist organization or that might encourage support for such an organization. Viewing online material supportive […]

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Country: United Kingdom
Source: Sputnik

24

May

Spanish rapper Valtonyc flees to Europe to avoid going to prison

Josep Miquel Arenas, aka Valtonyc, the Majorcan rapper who was ordered to enter prison no later than today (24 May), is believed to have fled Spain and to be in Belgium. The Catalan television station, TV3, announced that the rapper had gone to Belgium to avoid starting a three and a half year sentence. This […]

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Country: Spain
Source: Majorca Daily Bulletin , Star

28

Mar

French politician sentenced to one year in prison for social media post

Former French parliamentary candidate Stephane Poussier was given a one-year suspended sentence on Tuesday after he posted a tweet on his Twitter account allegedly welcomed the death of a gendarme killed last week in a terrorist attack. Placed in police custody on Sunday, the left-wing politician appeared earlier in the day before the criminal court […]

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Country: France
Source: XINHUANET

15

Mar

Hungary sentences Syrian refugee to seven years for throwing stones at security officers

A Hungarian court on Wednesday sentenced a Syrian man to seven years in prison after convicting him in a retrial of entering Hungary illegally and being complicit in an act of terror for throwing rocks at police during a 2015 border riot. Ahmed Hamed, who was also expelled from Hungary for 10 years, had been […]

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Country: Hungary
Source: The New York Times