Posts Tagged ‘decries’

Visiting Kenosha, Trump decries violence as ‘domestic terrorism’

KENOSHA, Wisconsin (AP) — US President Donald Trump stood at the epicenter of the latest eruption over racial injustice Tuesday and came down squarely on the side of law enforcement, blaming “domestic terror” for the violence in Kenosha and making no nod to the underlying cause of anger and protests — the shooting of yet […]

Jeremy Corbyn Stands Strong for Gazans, Decries Silence of International Powers

LONDON — Jeremy Corbyn, the left-wing leader of the British Labour Party, has shown that his long-time support of the rights of the Palestinian people remains unwavering, especially given the stream of reports of atrocities committed by apartheid Israel against the dispossessed people of Palestine residing on the Gaza Strip. At least 31 unarmed Palestinian […]

Another Latin American Soft Coup on Tap? Western Media Decries Evo Morales’ Candidacy

LA PAZ, BOLIVIA (Analysis) — When Bolivia’s Constitutional Court made the decision in January to modify aspects of the Constitution that placed limits on the number of times an elected official could seek re-election, it sparked a flurry of negative coverage in mainstream media. “Bolivia Tells President His Time Is Up. He Isn’t Listening,” a […]

Mozambican NGO decries proposed constitutional changes on decentralization as limited

nsnbc : The Mozambican NGO The Centre for Public Integrity (CIP) said that the proposal for decentralisation of government power presented last week by the […]

DA Decries Light Sentence For Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Deputy in Molestation Case

Two teenage girls who were sexually molested by Dustin Bingham, an extended family member and former Santa Fe County sheriff’s deputy, asked a state district judge for leniency at his sentencing hearing Wednesday, District Attorney Marco Serna said. Serna said such behavior is not uncommon among victims of sexual molestation within families; the girls’ mother […]

[WATCH] Yankton Sioux Tribe Decries ‘Excessive Force’ Against Elder by Wagner Police Department

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In groundbreaking resolution, California Democratic Party decries US support for Israeli occupation

News reports from the state party convention in Sacramento over the weekend were dominated by the likely (pending a painstaking review) close victory of machine guy Eric Bauman over insurgent Kimberly Ellis for state party chair. Overshadowed by those fireworks, though, Palestinian rights supporters steered to passage a groundbreaking resolution that puts California Democrats far […]

Researchers improve efficiency of cancer heat therapy

Heating cancer tissues is one way to eliminate cancer tumors. Hyperthermia generally means an increase in the body temperature that is higher than normal. High temperature of body usually results in a sickness such as fever or thermal shock. However, carefully controlled hyperthermia is sometimes used in the treatment of illnesses, specially cancers. According to Iran Nanotechnology […]

Turkey: 2 Russians detained, alleged spies, accused of murder

     Turkish police have detained two Russians, accusing them of espionage, according to reports. The Russian consulate has confirmed the information, saying the Russian citizens deny all the accusations. Russian authorities are staying in touch with the detained. Turkey hasn’t notified Russian diplomats about the nature of the accusations against the two Russian citizens, the […]

‘Turning point in Zika outbreak’: CDC confirms virus causes microcephaly

The Zika virus drew international attention after the World Health Organization (WHO) reported its rapid spread across the Americas last year. The virus is carried by the same mosquitoes which also spread dengue and yellow fevers, along with some other diseases. The virus, which is now considered a global public health emergency by the WHO, […]

Islamic State attacks Syrian Kurdish settlements amid proclaimed ceasefire

The IS terrorists attacked the towns of Tel Abyad and Suluk, which are controlled by the People’s Protection Units (YPG), early on Saturday, YPG spokesman, Redur Xelil, as well as Turkish security sources told Reuters. ISIS & al-Nusra make ceasefire unlikely in Aleppo, Syrian troops tell RT The YPG and Kurdish internal security forces managed […]

Saudi Arabia sentences Palestinian poet to torture instead of death

Ryan Rodrick Beiler Rights and Accountability 5 February 2016 Ashraf Fayadh, 35, was sentenced to death on 17 November. (Instagram) A Saudi court ruled this week that instead of beheading Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh, he will now face flogging and eight years in prison as punishment for what state religious authorities consider to be crimes […]

Refugees refusing to leave bus in ‘too cold’ Swedish village to be removed

From: theguardian.com Swedish authorities were called on Wednesday to remove a group of refugees who have refused to get off a bus after being taken to a village three days ago, saying it was “too cold” and isolated. “There are 14 people inside and around the buses who don’t want to […]

The Energetic Sources of Depression, Addiction, PTSD and Other Life-Draining Dynamics in the Invisible Light Spectrum

11th October 2015 By Lia Love Guest Writer for Wake Up World “Every living being is an engine geared to the wheelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only by its immediate surrounding, the sphere of external influence extends to infinite distance.” ~ Nikola Tesla If we do not pull the weeds out by the root, they will grow […]

‘NYT’ public editor faults paper for failing to quote Jews who support BDS

In recent days we have made a lot of the fact that the New York Times ran a front-page article equating the campus Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign (BDS) against Israel with anti-Semitism. The piece completely left out the fact that many Jewish students support BDS (about one in five of activists Weiss has seen […]

Ex-FEMA chief decries ‘porous’ Mexican border

  Jerry SeperThe Washington Times September 23, 2011 Joe M. Allbaugh, the outspoken former director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), says the U.S. government needs to do a better job of securing the U.S.-Mexico border against illegal immigration and to step up its efforts to control what’s being shipped daily into the United […]

MI5 former chief decries the term ‘war on terror’

  By Richard Norton TaylorGuardianSept 3, 2011 Lady Eliza Manningham-Buller, the former head of MI5, delivered a withering attack on the invasion of Iraq, decried the term “war on terror”, and held out the prospect of talks with al-Qaida. Recording her first BBC Reith lecture on the theme, Securing Freedom, she made clear she believed […]

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