Posts Tagged ‘restricts’

Judge Says Columbus Police Ran ‘Amok’; Restricts Use Of Force

Judge Says Columbus Police Ran ‘Amok’; Restricts Use Of Force Above photo: Protesters chant for Ohio state troopers and Columbus police to take a knee with them in solidarity on the Ohio Statehouse steps on June 1, 2020, in Columbus. A federal judge has ordered Columbus police to stop using force against nonviolent protesters. Matthew […]

Groups back bill that restricts Israeli spending of US aid

WASHINGTON — Two liberal pro-Israel groups, J Street and Americans for Peace Now, are backing a House bill to be presented this week that would list actions Israel may not fund with U.S. money. The measure, which will be introduced by Rep. Betty McCollum, D-Minn., and was first reported by The Intercept, would restrict Israel […]

Coronavirus Israel live: High Court restricts digital tracking of patients by security service

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Portugal extends lockdown and restricts foreign travel amid surge in COVID-19 cases

On a day Portugal reported another dramatic record of daily deaths and infections from COVID-19 the Portuguese president made a resounding appeal to the nation as the state of emergency was renewed for another two weeks. “If it’s the case that this time the wave began in the west and Portugal is one of the […]

Denmark restricts travel from all countries to ‘win time’ in battle against Covid-19

The Danish Foreign Ministry has raised its travel guidance to the maximum level for all countries on Friday, in an effort to limit the spread of more transmissible Covid variants discovered in the UK and South Africa. Entering Denmark without a recognizable purpose and a negative coronavirus test will not be permitted between January 10 […]

Facebook Restricts Mark Levin’s Page on Election Eve

Facebook has restricted the page of radio host, bestselling author, and Fox News star Mark Levin, just one day before the presidential election. “Facebook has now placed severe restrictions on my Facebook page on the eve before the election based on an extremely dishonest Politifact review of my link to an accurate story,” said Levin. […]

Activists go to High Court after Knesset restricts protests during lockdown

A petition was filed at the High Court of Justice Wednesday and several critics reacted with outrage after the Knesset passed legislation curtailing public protests during lockdown. The new legislation gives the government the power to ban traveling over one kilometer (0.6 miles) from home to attend a protest, and to limit outdoor gatherings to […]

US military again bans alcohol, restricts personnel to base after fatal Okinawa drink-drive crash

“The new restrictions follow an accident Sunday morning in Naha. . . . Alcohol may have been a factor,” the US 7th Fleet said. “When our service members fail to live up to the high standards we set for them, it damages the bonds between bases and local communities and makes it harder for us […]

Tempers Flare, Tires Burn In French Taxi, Aviation Strikes

Print Friendly Above Photo: Jean-Paul Pelissier / Reuters Drivers want compensation for business lost to taxi app companies; air traffic controllers seek better pay Striking taxi drivers in France blocked key roads and set fire to tires on a “black Tuesday” that saw simultaneous strikes by air traffic controllers, civil servants, hospital workers and teachers. Some […]

Memory Of Egyptian Revolution Is Only Weapon We Have Left

I didn’t take my camera out with me the night Hosni Mubarak was overthrown. I stood in Tahrir Square among tens of thousands of Egyptians and told myself I would enjoy the moment, I would not divide myself from the night’s magical reality with a lens. I had filmed up until then because it was my job, […]

Memory Of Egyptian Revolution Is Only Weapon We Have Left

I didn’t take my camera out with me the night Hosni Mubarak was overthrown. I stood in Tahrir Square among tens of thousands of Egyptians and told myself I would enjoy the moment, I would not divide myself from the night’s magical reality with a lens. I had filmed up until then because it was my job, […]

Tempers Flare, Tires Burn In French Taxi, Aviation Strikes

Print Friendly Above Photo: Jean-Paul Pelissier / Reuters Drivers want compensation for business lost to taxi app companies; air traffic controllers seek better pay Striking taxi drivers in France blocked key roads and set fire to tires on a “black Tuesday” that saw simultaneous strikes by air traffic controllers, civil servants, hospital workers and teachers. Some […]

Tempers Flare, Tires Burn In French Taxi, Aviation Strikes

Print Friendly Above Photo: Jean-Paul Pelissier / Reuters Drivers want compensation for business lost to taxi app companies; air traffic controllers seek better pay Striking taxi drivers in France blocked key roads and set fire to tires on a “black Tuesday” that saw simultaneous strikes by air traffic controllers, civil servants, hospital workers and teachers. Some […]

Memory Of Egyptian Revolution Is Only Weapon We Have Left

I didn’t take my camera out with me the night Hosni Mubarak was overthrown. I stood in Tahrir Square among tens of thousands of Egyptians and told myself I would enjoy the moment, I would not divide myself from the night’s magical reality with a lens. I had filmed up until then because it was my job, […]

Memory Of Egyptian Revolution Is Only Weapon We Have Left

I didn’t take my camera out with me the night Hosni Mubarak was overthrown. I stood in Tahrir Square among tens of thousands of Egyptians and told myself I would enjoy the moment, I would not divide myself from the night’s magical reality with a lens. I had filmed up until then because it was my job, […]

Memory Of Egyptian Revolution Is Only Weapon We Have Left

I didn’t take my camera out with me the night Hosni Mubarak was overthrown. I stood in Tahrir Square among tens of thousands of Egyptians and told myself I would enjoy the moment, I would not divide myself from the night’s magical reality with a lens. I had filmed up until then because it was my job, […]

Tempers Flare, Tires Burn In French Taxi, Aviation Strikes

Print Friendly Above Photo: Jean-Paul Pelissier / Reuters Drivers want compensation for business lost to taxi app companies; air traffic controllers seek better pay Striking taxi drivers in France blocked key roads and set fire to tires on a “black Tuesday” that saw simultaneous strikes by air traffic controllers, civil servants, hospital workers and teachers. Some […]

Tempers Flare, Tires Burn In French Taxi, Aviation Strikes

Print Friendly Above Photo: Jean-Paul Pelissier / Reuters Drivers want compensation for business lost to taxi app companies; air traffic controllers seek better pay Striking taxi drivers in France blocked key roads and set fire to tires on a “black Tuesday” that saw simultaneous strikes by air traffic controllers, civil servants, hospital workers and teachers. Some […]

Tempers Flare, Tires Burn In French Taxi, Aviation Strikes

Print Friendly Above Photo: Jean-Paul Pelissier / Reuters Drivers want compensation for business lost to taxi app companies; air traffic controllers seek better pay Striking taxi drivers in France blocked key roads and set fire to tires on a “black Tuesday” that saw simultaneous strikes by air traffic controllers, civil servants, hospital workers and teachers. Some […]

Obama Bans Solitary Confinement For Juveniles

Print Friendly Above Photo: Photo via AP Images Writing in the Washington Post, President Obama has announced a ban on the use of solitary confinement for juveniles and as a punishment for low-level infractions. Last summer, the president ordered Attorney General Loretta Lynch to conduct a review of solitary confinement’s overuse in U.S. prisons. The report is now complete and has […]

Former Drone Operators Say They Were “Horrified” By Cruelty of Assassination Program

U.S. drone operators are inflicting heavy civilian casualties and have developed an institutional culture callous to the death of children and other innocents, four former operators said at a press briefing today in New York. The killings, part of the Obama administration’s targeted assassination program, are aiding terrorist recruitment and thus undermining the program’s goal of […]

Abe’s Plan For Japan: A Fourth Arrow?

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has repeatedly claimed that Abenomics, represented by ‘Three Arrows’ of reform, is his highest policy priority. However, his government’s controversial passing of the Security Bills suggests that a higher priority is the unpopular goal of re-establishing jishu kenpō (自主憲法), an ‘independent constitution’ in place of the US drafted ‘imposed’ Constitution. This […]

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