Residents of the UK have expressed their readiness to accept refugees from Afghanistan. According to The Guardian, more than 1.5 thousand people left applications on the websites of charitable organizations that are engaged in the accommodation of refugees from different countries. 998 … Continue reading Britain Welcomes Afghan Refugees
Apple Daily, Hong Kong’s second most popular daily newspaper and long thought by Chinese authorities to be a pro-democracy threat, will be forced to shut “in a matter of days” following the freezing of the company’s assets under China’s new … Continue reading Apple Daily to Close in Days
Four United Nations peacekeepers in Mali were killed and five others wounded in an attack by unidentified armed elements on Wednesday, the UN mission in the country has said. The peacekeepers’ convoy was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED), and the … Continue reading UN Condemns Mali of “Heinous” Violence against UN Peacekeepers
Police must stop categorising protest activities in this way, say 152 campaigners, lawyers, academics, journalists and politicians John Catt in 2010, the year he discovered that police had conducted surveillance on him at demonstrations between 2005 and 2009. This year … Continue reading Peaceful Protest – ‘Domestic Extremism’?
Beth’s Story from autisminjustice.org ‘The way Beth’s brain developed means she is Autistic. She doesn’t “have autism”, she doesn’t “Suffer from autism” (she suffers from idiots!).’ Beth, who is 17 at the time of writing, is autistic and experiences high … Continue reading Beth’s Story – What kind of care?
A man in was sentenced to death by a Singapore on Friday by a Judge via a Zoom video-call for being the mastermind, authorities believe, behind a heroin trafficking drug deal. In Singapore, the death penalty is used for serious … Continue reading Singapore Death Sentence by Zoom