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16.09.2020

THE SPECIFICITY OF GOVERNANCE IN KABYLIE: Challenge and Perspectives

THE SPECIFICITY OF GOVERNANCE IN KABYLIE: Challenge and Perspectives

LIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: Thursday, October 22nd, 2020 @ 2 PM Live on Facebook;  on Youtube;  and on Twitter Kabylie is an ethnolinguistic region located in the north of Algeria, between sea and mountains, known for its oaks, cedars and olive trees, Kabylie is made up above… »

15.09.2020

Collective Call for Constitutional Order in Mali

Collective Call for Constitutional Order in Mali

By Kester Kenn Klomegah In the West African region, Mali is the largest by territory. Lying in the Sahel zone, this landlocked country with an estimated 19.5 million population, is supported by agriculture and little industry. Cotton is the country’s largest crop export and is exported to Senegal and Côte d’Ivoire. »

14.09.2020

“Get out of here!” – this is how the Ukrainians met the pilgrims from Israel

“Get out of here!” – this is how the Ukrainians met the pilgrims from Israel

On September 19, the Israelites will have a big religious holiday of the Jews – the new year according to the Jewish calendar. Every year on this holiday tens of thousands of Israeli pilgrims arrive in the small Ukrainian town of Uman, Cherkasy region. This year it can become the… »

12.09.2020

Pro-independence Catalans rally on annual holiday, despite pandemic

Pro-independence Catalans rally on annual holiday, despite pandemic

Catalans wore masks and gathered in small, well-spaced rallies, to demand independence from Spain. Grassroots organizers said some 60,000 people participated in the demonstrations across the region. Thousands gathered in Spain’s Catalonia on Friday, to commemorate “La Diada,” the region’s annual holiday. Although celebrations were dampened by the coronavirus pandemic,… »

12.09.2020

19 years after 9/11, Americans continue to fear foreign extremists and underplay the dangers of domestic terrorism

19 years after 9/11, Americans continue to fear foreign extremists and underplay the dangers of domestic terrorism

On a Tuesday morning in September 2001, the American experience with terrorism was fundamentally altered. Two thousand, nine hundred and ninety-six people were killed as the direct result of attacks in New York, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania. Thousands more, including many first responders, later lost their lives to health complications from… »

11.09.2020

Social Media Platforms Remove War Crimes Evidence

Social Media Platforms Remove War Crimes Evidence

Archive Needed to Preserve Content Deemed Dangerous Social media platforms are taking down online content they consider terrorist, violently extremist, or hateful in a way that prevents its potential use to investigate serious crimes, including war crimes, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. While it is understandable… »

11.09.2020

White Voters for Biden Political Action Front

White Voters for Biden Political Action Front

The boring 2020 US presidential race is well on its way, with just a few months left before its November finish. The main and maybe the only real project of the Democratic Party is to kick Donald Trump out of the White House and to keep him from a second… »

10.09.2020

Why Alexei Navalny’s Case Matters to the Kremlin?

Why Alexei Navalny’s Case Matters to the Kremlin?

By Kester Kenn Klomegah The global call for an objective investigation that will inevitably establish facts into the alleged “poisoning” of opposition leader and a Russian citizen, Alexei Navalny, in August has started yielding results. President Vladimir Putin has decided, as the first step, to set up an independent committee… »

10.09.2020

#FREEASSANGE

#FREEASSANGE

Over 80,000 of you have signed our #FreeAssange petition. Thank you so much for your support for our campaign. RSF remains fully involved and continues to call for the release of Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange as his US extradition hearing continues in London this week. Ahead of the start of… »

10.09.2020

Julian Assange extradition hearing: Punishing the publisher

Julian Assange extradition hearing: Punishing the publisher

The last time I saw Julian Assange he looked tired and wan. Dressed neatly in casual business attire, the Wikileaks founder was sitting in a glass-enclosed dock, at the back of a courtroom adjoining Belmarsh high security prison in London, flanked by two prison officers. I had travelled from the… »

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