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2022

30

Aug

Tel Aviv sığınma merkezi

Netherlands temporarily suspends reception of migrants from Türkiye

The Netherlands has unilaterally decided to suspend the reception of asylum seekers from Türkiye despite the EU-Türkiye deal. The Netherlands will “no longer admit people under the EU-Turkey Statement until the end of 2023,” the country’s Justice and Security Ministry said Friday. The Netherlands has admitted “a relatively large number of Syrians” since 2016 under […]

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Country: Netherlands
Source: , Daily Sabah

12

Aug

Yunanistan'ın göçmenlere zulmü

Five-year-old Syrian refugee stranded on Greek islet ‘dies from scorpion sting’

A five-year-old Syrian refugee is believed to have died on Tuesday on an unnamed Greek islet in the Evros River from a scorpion sting, according to reports. The young girl was among a group of 39 refugees and asylum seekers, who claim she died after the incident, Al Jazeera reported. The group say they were […]

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Country: Greece
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12

May

Hollanda-hata

1,675 children removed from parents in Holland

A total of 1,675 children were placed out of their parents’ homes as a result of the childcare allowance scandal, NU.nl reported based on figures Statistics Netherlands (CBS) released on Wednesday. In that scandal, the Tax Authority wrongly accused thousands of parents of fraud, reclaimed their childcare allowances, and left them in financial difficulties. This […]

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Country: Netherlands
Source: AA

06

May

CIA-ajani-tecavuz

Ex-CIA agent sexually assaulted dozens of women

Brian Jeffrey Raymond, 45, pleaded guilty in July 2021 to two counts of sexual abuse, in which the victims were incapable of consent, and one count of transporting obscene material. The investigation into Raymond began on May 31, 2020, when a naked woman was seen screaming for help from the balcony of Raymond’s residence in […]

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Country: United States
Source: FBI

05

May

kuresel-gida-krizi-193-milyon

Acute food insecurity alarmingly high

Globally, levels of hunger remain alarmingly high. In 2021, they surpassed all previous records as reported by the Global Report on Food Crises (GRFC), with close to 193 million people acutely food insecure and in need of urgent assistance across 53 countries/territories, according to the findings of the GRFC 2022. This represents an increase of […]

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Country: United Nations
Source: AA , FAO

31

Mar

fransa-da-devlet-evde-dogan-cocukları-ailesinden-ayiriyor

201 babies and nine mothers ‘could have survived’

It has been five years in the making. The independent inquiry into the largest maternity scandal in the history of the NHS began with one grieving mother looking for answers and ended up involving 1,486 families and 1,592 clinical incidents. The deeply distressing story of Shrewsbury and Telford hospital NHS trust, where hundreds of babies […]

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Country: United Kingdom
Source: AA , TheGuardian

21

Feb

Kanada yerli kadın kısırlaştırıldı

Sterilization of indigenous women in Canada

The practice of sterilization arose out of the eugenics movement and has a long, often hidden history in Canada. Sterilization legislation in Alberta (1928–72) and British Columbia (1933–73) attempted to limit the reproduction of “unfit” persons, and increasingly targeted Indigenous women. Coerced sterilization of Indigenous women took place both within and outside existing legislation, and […]

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Country: Canada
Source: AA , CTV

18

Feb

Avrupa Birliği Afrika aşı

EU throws away more vaccine than it donated to Africa

Europe has betrayed Africa by blocking proposals which would allow manufacturers on the continent to make their own COVID-19 vaccines while hoarding millions of doses which are set to expire at the end of the month, warns the People’s Vaccine Alliance ahead of tomorrow’s meeting of African and European leaders at the AU-EU Summit. According […]

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Country: European Union
Source: DW , OXFAM

15

Feb

Kanada'da Acil Durumlar Yasası devrede

Trudeau invokes rare emergency powers in attempt to quell protests

The Canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau, has invoked legislation that gives his government sweeping powers to fight a growing number of “illegal and dangerous” blockades across the country. The first prime minister to invoke the Emergencies Act, Trudeau said the measures would be time-limited and only apply to specific geographic regions. “We are not preventing […]

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Country: Canada
Source: BBC , TheGuardian

08

Feb

BM-Yemen-deki-gida-yardımini-azaltiyor

UN says $3.9bn needed for help in Yemen as conflict escalates

The United Nations will need about $3.9bn this year to help millions of people in war-torn Yemen, a top UN humanitarian official has said. Acting Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator Ramesh Rajasingham told the UN Security Council on Wednesday that “the biggest constraint right now is funding” to help about […]

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Country: United Nations
Source: Ensonhaber