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German police use water cannons on protesters after clashes with a crowd of around 400 protesting against the removal of an Islamist-rooted mosque in the central German city of Cologne

German police use water cannons on protesters after clashes with a crowd of around 400 protesting against the removal of an Islamist-rooted mosque in the central German city of Cologne. Hide Caption 10 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne A protester is grabbed by police after he throws a beer bottle at officers during clashes in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. Hide Caption 11 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne People protest in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. Hide Caption 12 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne Riot police clash with hundreds of men, most of whom were migrants, who clashed with police in the city’s centr점보카지노al district. Hide Caption 13 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne Demonstrators try to prevent people from entering a railway station near Cologne. Around 200 men and boys were seen shouting at the police. Hide Caption 14 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne Policemen stand guard near the Brandenburg Gate after riot police used waterCDC 철도청 카지노 cannons to disperse a gathering of migrants near the city. Hide Caption 15 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne A police officer sprays water on protesters, who chanted slogans against refugees. Many of the migrants were wearing traditional black clothing that police said was a sign of their nationality. Hide Caption 16 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne Demonstrators shout slogans as they attempt to enter a train station near Cologne. Hide Caption 17 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne People react as police fire water cannon at people demonstrating at the여주출장안마 Brandenburg Gate. Hide Caption 18 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne A man holds up a placard during a protest near the Brandenburg Gate. Hide Caption 19 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne Riot police stand guard outside the train station in Cologne during New Year’s Eve. Hide Caption 20 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne Riot police arrest a protester near the Brandenburg Gate on New Year’s Eve. Hide Caption 21 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne People protest near a police station in Cologne on January 31, calling for greater integration. Hide Caption 22 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne Riot police stand guard near the Brandenburg Gate in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. Hide Caption 23 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne A man holds a poster with an image of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, left, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a hand on his heart, during a demonstration in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. Hide Caption 24 of 52 Photos: Germany reacts to Cologne Police secure a train station near Cologne on January 31, near the Brandenburg Gate. Authorities say ther

Maldives tsunami death toll rises to 67 | A report urges Obama to intervene on Philippines ship-wreck deaths Read more

Maldives tsunami death toll rises to 67 | A report urges Obama to intervene on Philippines ship-wreck deaths Read more

The Indian Ocean island island states of Sulawesi, Tuvalu and Kiribati have received most of the aid and the Indonesian island of Bali has been the most affected by the flooding, with 40 deaths reported. The Indian Ocean island of Cocos, which was hit on Thursday by record-breaking flooding, has had at least nine deaths recorded.

One British photographer told the Guardian of his harrowing encounter on Sulawesi: “I had to jump from a ledge to get to the sea floor. I was trying to get the camera into the water, but my foot stuck in the sand so I had to take a shot at it. I d마카오카지노on’t know what hit me, I thought someone had jumped in, and I thought I’d been hit on a rubber boat. Then I saw it was not a rubber boat and the wind blew it away.”

After receiving aid, most of the relief workers returned to their homes in the towns of Rongkhut in the north and Sumbawa in the east where flooding was still on the increase. An eyewitness from a flooded town in Kudarat on Sunday reported seeing rescuers wearing yellow safety vests in a desperate bid to save people trapped under water.

On Sunday evening, the UK High commissioner to the UN, Mark Lyall Grant, described a new, unprecedented and “particularly sad” crisis in the wake of the Cyclone Yolanda disaster. The Cyclone had swept off the Indian Ocean island of Sri Lanka in 2005 and killed at least 9,000 people, many of whom베스트 카지노 were women and children, after leaving behind 카지노 게임mountains of floating debris and the corpses of people who had drowned as they fled from the torrential rains.

Canberra prisoner prompts secrecy debate | The Guardian

Canberra prisoner prompts secrecy debate | The Guardian

A Canberra p속초출장샵risoner, who received an apology and a letter of apology for a post about his detention by the federal government, prompted a debate about how Australian governments and society deal with political prisoners.

In a widely read email exchange which is shared with The Guardian, prison warder Bruce James is criticised for making a “stupid joke” and being uncooperative with staff who want to talk to him about his past.

He wrote a note to staff on May 4, 2014, which described the current “war on politics” and called for an end to the federal government’s ban on MPs talking with Australian prisoners, saying it is unfair and illogical.

Bruce James, a feder크레이지 슬롯al prisoner, says he received an apology and a note of apology for his “totally ill-informed” post. Photograph: Twitter

The Corrections website, which serves as a repository of prison records, did not respond to a request for comment.

James, 52, was released from his $80,000 a year role as a warder last year, although he remains eligible to serve another two years.

As part of a bid to increase awareness of political prisoners, the federal government banned MPs from appearing on radio and television for a maximum of 10 minutes in a three-day period on May 4, 2012.

James’s tweet was widely reported and has led to a debate in the media about Australia’s political prisoners.

However, it was criticised for an insensitive reference to politics and a statement by James to staff that the “war on politics is a damn fool’s game”.

In the letter, re더나인카지노leased on the website on Wednesday, James wrote: “It is time to end the war on politics and have politics go out of style.”

This was a stupid joke by a wanker w/ no context to see how he ended up where he is today, i cant stop thinking about that but now its time to get off @GuardianPapers — Bruce James (@BruceDjames) July 20, 2014

He continued: “We need to stop this madness, and this is the best way to do it. It should be a day of silence for the guys and girls we serve who aren’t political in any shape or form, but that’s still not enough.

“It’s time for us to wake up and realise what a pathetic joke the current regime is playing with politics and the country – that’s the biggest lesson I took awa

Canberra prisoner prompts secrecy debate

Canberra prisoner prompts secrecy debate

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Former Canberra inmate Peter Hine’s claim that he was mistreated by fellow inmates at the NSW penitentiary during a time of mental illness is a matter of controversy, writes Scott Sheehan.

Mr Hine was diagnosed with a severe form of schizophrenia when he was just 17.

He said some of the worst mistreatment was during his time at the Penitentiary, including being locked in a room with men who beat him with wooden sticks and forcing him to eat the ashes of rats.

In a court appearance last year, Mr Hine testified that he was not given the choice of which prison he served in.

“After seven or eight years, in 1996, they got me out of the penitentiary and sent me out as a new prisoner. I w카지노as at that time going to the Federal Detention Centre,” he told the court.

“I took a small walk, but nothing like to get into people’s heads and try to tell them they’re wrong and make them take it off their hands and take it off the whole world.”

Mr Hine was moved from his home inSM 카지노 Westmead to the Penitentiary in 1995, but the two never spoke again, despite the fact Mr Hine was living alone in the penitentiary on a remand basis until early 2006.

When his release from the penitentiary was proposed in September 2005, Mr Hine’s lawyer told the court that Mr Hine was in a healthy and functioning state pr샌즈 카지노ior to his arrival, with mental health support.

Mr Hine also testified at the hearing that several years before his arrival, he had “struggled and tried” to escape from the prison with a friend.

“That’s how they took me. They took me in and didn’t let me get out. That’s what I experienced,” he said in relation to the time Mr Hine spent in a cell with inmates.

Mr Hine’s father died when Mr Hine was 15 and he was forced to leave home.

“So for six years, I just kept fighting to get out of here,” he said.

During the course of his evidence, the 26-year-old said he was a victim of sexual assault while in detention, but there was no evidence he was subjected to such abuse prior to the day of the incident.

The court heard the day after the assault occurred, a member of staff alerted guards about Mr Hin

Daff ps pay strike at BMA, pay dispute over health care and more Read more

Daff ps pay strike at BMA, pay dispute over health care and more Read more

Wirz says the commission will investigate, in order to find out why an agreement with the union failed in the first place and what led to the ongoing strike. “This shows the impact of these two issues on the health care system in the UK – and for every day employees, there are 10 who have missed work for a third day,” he said. “For them, it was a huge relief to know that they wouldn’t be on strike again tomorrow or the weekend. It’s a small consolation that they’ll have a holiday, and a chance to rest up for the start of August.”

Meanwhile, the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) said it would consider further action after its national conference in Cardiff – which also witnessed a huge vote of solidarity by the membership – decided to not allow the NUJ, the Professional Geographers Association (PGA), the ATS and other political parties to take part in the next phase of debate.

The committee announced that the GPA was no longer welcome at its annual conference on Wednesday night amid a dispute over the way it had been run – although one senior PGA figure defended its decision saying: “We are not surprised. The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) said it would ignore this decision. They are just playing a sad, sad game of politics, because they are getting more and more desperate.”

The statement added that it had not “recognised the NUJ’s decision as legally valid as it did following the resolution of the GMB strike in 2009″. It add트럼프 카지노ed: “NUJ staff will seek legal advice immediately to identify the facts behind the decision.”

Meanwhile, the Guardian newspaper has been given a four-week suspended sentence from August 12 after being found g시흥출장마사지 시흥안마uilty by a Southwark crown court jury of “false reporting”. The newspaper accused the NUJ of trying to hide an earlier story about the pay row by claiming the alleged incident was a hoax and that its own staff were “pissed off” by the charges, which had been rejected by two separate jury inquiries.

According to the Guardian’s trial in London, the two NUJ sources were discussing the pay row in August 2009 with another former NUJ official – later named as Neil Clarke – and subsequently went on to disclose a “secret” encounter between the two union officials which allegedly involved a bottle of champagne.

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Shepparton family violence survivors book launch

Shepparton family violence survivors book launch

A book launch on Thursday will be held at Newland Primary School, in the town of Newland in South Africa.

The book will tell the stories of Atsushi and his wife, Kiharu, who both lost their lives at the hands of the family of former South African military policeman Atsushi Mahale of The Royal Logistic Corps.

Their death led to a number of protests around the country.

‘They were my friends’: Family of former South African military policeman Atsushi Mahale says their son died at the hands of his family

Atsushi and his wife, Kiharu, were killed by their son, Atsushi Jr, 18, on April 10 when he opened fire at them from a distance and killed two other people.

Atsushi Mahale was a civilian contractor working for The Royal Logistic Corps at the time.

The attack caused both Atsushi Jr and two others in the family to be seriously injured.

After the event, Atsushi Jr and his father had been ordered to remain behind at the military barracks so they could continue to live their lives.

At some point that night, police shot their son in the head while he was st카지노anding guard nearby in a secure facility at the base.

Atsushi Jr and his family were transferred to a more secure unit and are still being treated here.

However, police have not charged the officers involved in his shooting.

Atsushi Jr and his father are expected to undergo surgery on카지노 his head and face and can face the court of last resort to face charges for their actions.

Atsushi Jr had been a police sniper for over 16 years.

Kiharu was a former maid and his wife was a former carer.

The incident has rocked the rural부산 출장 towns of South Africa, which the army has traditionally been accused of protecting.

Landslide kills guatemalan family in Mexico

Landslide kills guatemalan family in Mexico

A man is accused of killing his 포항안마wife, daughter and uncle and wounding two others at a ranch in northwestern Mexico, reports NBC affiliate KUNA.

On Wednesday, the bodies of the victim and two of her children were found about 60 miles from the base of Highway 70, where troops killed and wounded dozens of gunmen in June.

The victims were identified as 35-year-old Josefina Cruz-Borrego and 22-year-old Daniela Rodriguez-Tortilla. The father, Manuel Rodriguez, was wounded in the assault, according to KUNA. His wife is not being named.

“At 2 am on Friday, August 30, officers from the National Guard of the State of Mexico, with additional information from the Federal Police of the 해운대출장마사지province of Ciudad Juárez and from the military, launched an operation to hunt for a man suspected of being responsible for the deaths of Josefina and Daniela,” Mexico’s Interior Ministry said.

The operation followed a tip that indicated possible members of a “terrorist network” were “willing and capable of conducting terrorist attacks and committing acts of violence against other persons and their property, in accordance with the laws, customs, and regulatio골목ns of this country and in line with the terrorist organization’s policies and goals,” the statement said.

A statement from the Mexican National Guard said that the man was “wanted by members of the criminal groups for the crimes listed above.”

The man is a person of unknown age who is “believed to be at least 30 years of age,” the statement said. It was not immediately clear if there had been an incident involving the man.

The father, who has lived in the neighborhood since 2001, did not speak to reporters during his disappearance.

“He is a good father,” Daniel Rodriguez told KUNA. “He has given them a lot, they want him back.”

The investigation is still ongoing, the Mexican Interior Ministry said.

A member of the National Guard, left, and police stand guard after gunmen killed two of the family members at the base of Highway 70 in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, August 30. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Mobile call ends search for missing boat

Mobile call ends search for missing boat

The man was reported missing by his mother in the early morning hours of March 4. The search team later learned the boat he was aboard was found on April 12 on the coast off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.

Cape Hatteras Public Safety says they discovered the boat after they were called to a home near Port Elizabeth on May 22.

A video has emerged on social media that shows the boat being pulled back in the water off the coast of Cape Hatteras. The Coast Guard posted the video on YouTube.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with our missing man,” said Cape Hatteras Public Safety spokesman Capt. Jeff Tiller광주출장샵y.

No one from Cape바카라 게임 Hatteras has been identified.

Watch below: Cape Hatteras woman makes video appeal for help

The missing man’s mother, who lives with her daughter in Port Elizabeth, posted to Facebook on March 4 that the family feared he may be dead.

The woman said he was never김천출장안마 found.

She said the boat was full of sand and had no batteries, and that their belongings on board were mostly clothes and supplies.

Ukraine protesters call brief truce for new talks in Ukraine’s capital

Ukraine protesters call brief truce for new talks in Ukraine’s capital

Russian soldiers deploy on a road leading to an apartment building used by some protesters, near the city of Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine, June 26, 2014. A group of soldiers loyal to Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych were seen pushing through buildings used by protesters in Simferopol on Thursday. Hide Caption 2 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum Russian soldiers watch the referendum in Crimea during a raid in Simferopol, Ukraine, on Tuesday, June 24. Hide Caption 3 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum Pro-Russian demonstrators run in front of a flag of former Russian president Boris Yeltsin, which they flew in front of a military vehicle during a gathering in Sevastopol on June 24. Hide Caption 4 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum Russian officers stand guard outside the gates of a polling station in Simferopol on June 24. Hide Caption 5 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum Referees wait to clear voting boxes at the polling station in Simferopol on June 24. Hide Caption 6 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum Thousands gather in front of the Sevastopol municipal building and hold Russian flags in the early hours of the CrSM 카지노imean morning, June 24. Hide Caption 7 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum Russia’s Crimean government building in Simferopol, Crimea, is surrounded on all sides by soldiers loyal to the former Soviet Union in March 2015. Hide Caption 8 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum Russian soldiers stand guard outside a polling station where at least 300 votes were rejected by residents in Crimea on Sunday, June 23, by a referendum approved by only 33.3 percent of voters. Hide Caption 9 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum Protesters listen to voting results at a pollin샌즈 카지노g station in Simferopol on June 23. Hide Caption 10 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum Pro-Russian voters protest near to the site where a referendum approved in Crimea went up for cancellation on June 23. Hide Caption 11 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum A protester throws a ballot to a member of the ballot counting team at a polling station in Simferopol on June 23. Hide Caption 12 of 14 Photos: Crimea referendum Protesters gather in front of the Simferopol city administration building after the ballot was canceled. Hide Caption 13 of 14 Photos: Crimea ref우리 카지노erendum A Crimean man tries to vote in Simferopol on June 23. Hide Caption 14 of 14

“If they don’t think that we can, they will come back to us,” the soldier said.

U.S. and Ukrainian officials said more than 2,100 U.S. personne

Concordia captain reportedly admits to mistake

Concordia captain reportedly admits to mistake

When he arrived in town at the end of July, one man who was there with him to get the car to the hotel had just received a call from the concordia. It turned out the car had to wait outside the hotel lobby, which led to a few people standing outside.

“He said, ‘Hey, there’s one person I want to meet. He has his friend’s keys. I’m in the hotel lobby. It took the car to the lobby and he had to be outside the hotel,’” the man told CBC’s Erin O’Donovan.

The man양산출장안마 양산출장샵, who was only identified as Daniel, later agreed to meet the man, but when he arrived, the concordia captain didn’t allow him inside, instead placing his hand on a guard to make him leave.

When quest샌즈 카지노ioned by CBC, the man refused to name the concordia captain.

It’s unclear when the driver and the concordia captain have met.

Calls to the police and 911 services were not immediately returned.

An emotional community service group, Concordia Community Security Unit, said they were disappointed in what they viewed as a bad call.

“Any driver’s decision to put his/her hand on a security guard should reflect confidence and respect for those they’re protecting,” the organization wrote on Facebook.

There were also questions as to why the driver would choose to give the man a ride, especially since they were both outside on the lobby, but said it was likely the car stayed in the hotel after the incident.

“If it didn’t take the hotel that long to make it in, it would’ve made it much easier,” the driver said.

Daniel didn퍼스트카지노‘t realize he’d been approached by strangers until they were right outside the hotel lobby. (CBC)

CBC News has reached out to the concordia captain for comment, but there were no immediate comment.

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