Lista e të dyshurave për përfshirje në krim të organizuar dhe korrupsion vazhdon pambarim, që nga Presidenti i ardhshëm, Kryeministri, deri tek ministra dhe deputetë, zyrtarë policorë e disa nga kryetarët lokalë në të gjithë vendin.
NSA surveillance programs have weathered a firestorm of condemnation from rights groups concerned that the bulk collection violated First and Fourth Amendment rights and undermined the U.S.’s reputation abroad.
Iran has also told its trading partners who owe it billions of dollars that it wants to be paid in euros rather than U.S. dollars, said the person, who has direct knowledge of the matter.
David Shields’s new book War Is Beautiful is a peculiar coffee-table book. It collects front-page war photos from the New York Times and deconstructs them to argue that the newspaper publishes pictures that deliberately conceal the horror of war. At the website of Bookforum, Jesse Barron reviews the book rather skeptically.
Newly disclosed emails show that Libya’s plan to create a gold-backed currency to compete with the euro and dollar was a motive for NATO’s intervention.
The court is expected to start work later this year in the former headquarters of EU police organization Europol. International judges will apply Kosovo law in the court.
Turmat protestuese anti-qeveritare në ngjarjen e së shtunës megjithatë, janë udhëhequr nga grupet shumë të korruptuar politike, të cilët e kanë ftuar popullsinë civile për qëllime nacionaliste, të vendit më të izoluar dhe më të varfër në Evropë për të protestuar kundër një qeverie rëndë të korruptuar!
Whilst Pendlebury and Hanrahan were released after 11 days, Rasool remained detained for over four months, charged with “assisting a terrorist organization.”
Drone operators refer to children as “fun-size terrorists” and liken killing them to “cutting the grass before it grows too long,” said one of the operators — Intercept
“From the videos and photographs we have seen, it appears that the Kosovo Police used excessive force during the operation to arrest members of Vetevendosje in the party’s offices on Saturday,” Sian Jones, Amnesty International’s researcher on the Balkans, told Kosovo 2.0.
The memo was among those leaked by the whistleblower website WikiLeaks, and appeared today in the British newspaper, The Guardian.
Demonstrators stood in a cloud of tear gas as they clashed with riot police in Pristina, Kosovo, in the latest protest against Kosovo’s dialogue and agreements with Serbia.
The French government and the European Union know they have a foreign gun problem. But as the chain of attacks illustrates, efforts to tamp down on the flow of weapons have, so far, failed to disarm terrorists — David Axe
After long supporting rebels fighting the Damascus regime, Ankara was cajoled into joining the US-led coalition against the IS group and launched its own “war on terrorism” targeting the jihadists as well as PKK fighters.
“What we have witnessed these past weeks has looked like solidarity with murderous Palestinian knife-wielders, mixed with callousness towards innocent Israelis’ lives.”
Ali was arrested in 2012 when he was 17 years old for taking part in a protest. According to anti-death penalty charity Reprieve, Ali was tortured and forced to sign a confession in 2012 and after two years he was sentenced to death in May 2014.
While Ahtisaari was still in New York, Kofi Annan was made joint special envoy on Syria for the UN and the Arab League. Ahtisaari said: “Kofi was forced to take up the assignment as special representative. I say forced because I don’t think he was terribly keen. He saw very quickly that no one was supporting anything.”
Britain detains asylum-seekers, which then live through a variety of systematic psychological tortures in privately owned detention centres. Due to a long-standing exemption from EU rules on border issues, Britain has pledged to accept about 20 thousand Syrians over five years time.
Vendimi për shqiptimin e 120 ditë burg ndaj policit Faruk Ibrahimi, nga gjykata në Kamenicë nuk ka reflektuar as peshën e veprës penale, as shkeljen e të drejtave njerëzore të gazetarit Vedat Xhymshiti, as shkeljen e të drejtës së lirisë së shprehjes, ka thënë ‘Amnesty International’
Pika më e afërt kufitare e Preshevës me Maqedoninë, ka pranuar numrin më të madh të refugjatëve në rajon, të cilët kryesisht vijnë nga lufta në Siri, konfirmuan autoritetet lokale të shtetit serb në Preshevë. Presheva në Serbi dhe Gjevgjelia në Maqedoni, janë dy pikat kryesore nëpër të cilat kalojnë refugjatët — Gazeta JNK/THEFrontliner
The exhibition is produced in cooperation with the cartoonists Fadi Abou Hassan from Syria and Arifur Rahman from Bangladesh. They both live in Norway as political refugees under the protection of ICORN and Norwegian PEN.
Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro do not have this status and Germany’s federal migration office said the number of asylum-seekers from those countries had grown by 515 percent in 2014 from the previous year — THE Frontliner
Rival war games by Russian armed forces and Nato represent greatest build up of military tension in Europe since Cold War, warns think tank — THEFrontliner.net
Temperatures hit the roof at our London office yesterday on the hottest July day since records began. It wasn’t just the mercury in the barometers that was rising – Amnesty International had just been emailed by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) who informed them that they had made a tiny little mistake in their 22 June ruling — Amnesty International, UK