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CHINA. People don’t have the ‘free speech’ to speak the truth

https://youtu.be/zAoIx18nGwA China Human Rights Report @comment Those are human interests, theres a huge difference. Under this model of Human Rights is it okay for the governement to murder, rape, torture and sexually mutilate innocent people and political dissidents if they get in the way of of people making money and having success? And in China … Continue reading CHINA. People don’t have the ‘free speech’ to speak the truth

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Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit enters the secretive world of the surveillance industry

Extraordinary agreement to purchase powerful spyware with a company who said they didn’t care who was the end-user. Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit enters the secretive world of the surveillance industry. Spy Merchants reveals for the first time how highly-invasive spyware, which can capture the electronic communications of a town, can be purchased in a 'grey … Continue reading Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit enters the secretive world of the surveillance industry

The ideology of the Municipal Guard Odessa

UKRAINE. Private army of Odessa city administration

by Kanykei Tursunbaeva - journalist, the Journalistic Center of Germany BDFJ. The main concern was about the establishment of private armed and subordinate units in Ukraine by local municipal authorities - "Municipal guards"... The ideology of the "Municipal Guard" is to attack and seize the territory. It must be emphasized that the instructors and ideologists of the Municipal … Continue reading UKRAINE. Private army of Odessa city administration

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United Kingdom. Unlawful judges breach human rights of top London barrister

by Aisha Bijlani - Barrister, Doctor. Dr Aisha Bijlani, of Indian origin, is the first UK barrister to have sued her workplace, 4 New Square, for race discrimination in 2008 and 2013, and the Bar Council for contempt of the Bar’s Code of Conduct.     UK courts have been “party to improper conduct” each day since … Continue reading United Kingdom. Unlawful judges breach human rights of top London barrister

UKRAINE. Repression against journalists in Odessa

UKRAINE. Repression against journalists in Odessa

by Kanykei Tursunbaeva - journalist, the Journalistic Center of Germany BDFJ. Lawlessness of Ukrainian authorities: Representatives of Odessa City Council beat up three journalists     The attack of Odessa City Council representatives on the journalist of the "Obshestvennyi Priboi" newspaper Miroslav Bekchiv while he was shooting the report. The City Council representatives used special means such … Continue reading UKRAINE. Repression against journalists in Odessa

AUSTRALIA. Commonwealth Bank investigating officer advised that they have no legal qualifications nor do they have any qualifications

AUSTRALIA. Commonwealth Bank investigating officer advised that they have no legal qualifications nor do they have any qualifications

by Philomena O’Grady - Master of Criminological Studies (LaT), Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism (MQ), Master of International Security Studies (MQ). “Time for jail sentences to be imposed on those bankers whose actions have comprised Australia's National Security"     Commonwealth Bank Matt Comyn  Angus Sullivan Please provide legislation that allows bank employees (in this case … Continue reading AUSTRALIA. Commonwealth Bank investigating officer advised that they have no legal qualifications nor do they have any qualifications

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EU Plans to Cut Mediterranean Migrant Patrols to Africa

by Mansour Alabed Alali - journalist. Human rights activist. An Italian government document said that the European Union is planning to reduce deals with North African countries, such as Egypt and Tunisia, to train their search-and-rescue missions, in a bid to tackle the suan Migrant Patrols to Africa An Italian government document said that the European Union is planning to … Continue reading EU Plans to Cut Mediterranean Migrant Patrols to Africa

AUSTRALIA. Children have a right to loving parents who nurture and love them

by Philomena O’Grady - Master of Criminological Studies (LaT), Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism (MQ), Master of International Security Studies (MQ), Human Rights Advocate. Children have a right to loving parents who nurture and love them. Family and parental roles are being compromised by Govt Dept like Child Support who are not only pitting … Continue reading AUSTRALIA. Children have a right to loving parents who nurture and love them

examine the PRC's expanding, increasingly self-confident engagement with Latin America

CHINA. Chinese Engagement in Latin America and the US Response – Taking Off the Gloves.

By Evan Ellis - Assistant Professor of National Security The work examines the PRC's expanding, increasingly self-confident engagement with Latin America and the Caribbean, as manifested in the recent China-CELAC summit in Santiago Chile. China ready for battle for Latin America's "hearts and minds". Secretary of State Rex Tillerson took aim last week at a resurgent … Continue reading CHINA. Chinese Engagement in Latin America and the US Response – Taking Off the Gloves.

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SOMALIA. Six-foot stalks of corn. Somali transplants

by Brian MacQuarrie - reporter. NEW GLOUCESTER, Maine — Six-foot stalks of corn crowd a small rise at Intervale Farm, a 19th-century spread of rolling fields that lead to the Royal River.     It’s a picture of vintage Maine, but there’s something new: farmers clad in swirling, vibrant, dazzling colors rather than grass-stained denim and John Deere … Continue reading SOMALIA. Six-foot stalks of corn. Somali transplants