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The Most Important Case for Civilian Police Oversight: Protecting Children
The Atlantic Cities

The Most Important Case for Civilian Police Oversight: Protect...

The DOJ's civil rights chief addresses aggressive police actions aimed at one of the nation's most vulnerable populations. Vanita Gupta, assistant attorney general and head of the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division, brought up an ... The Atlantic Cities, 2 days ago
Kenya civilian police oversight under threat The Star (Kenya), 21 hours ago
Washington Post

You might think the Geneva Conventions protect civilians, or that the Red Cross does. Think again.

Does international humanitarian law work to protect civilians on the ground? You might well wonder, especially if youre aware that Syria, Iraq, Sudan and Nigeria whose recent wars have all involved terrible civilian carnage — have all signed the ...
 Washington Post2 days ago
Irish Independent

IRA secret agents in civil service keep republicans in business Irish News

The IRA not only exists but continues to operate moles in the civil service to protect and promote its huge financial network and other interests, senior garda sources have revealed. The Garda Special Detective Unit is aware of the identity of ...
 Irish Independent5 days ago
Yahoo! News Australia

Russia must use influence to protect civilians in Syria - Britain

Britain's Defence Secretary Michael Fallon arrives to address the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, Britain October 4, 2015. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Russia must use its influence to stop the Assad regime from ...
 Yahoo! News Australia2 days ago
ABC Radio Australia

Malcolm X's daughter Ilyasah Shabazz calls for Muslim parents to protect kids from radicalisation

The daughter of African-American civil rights leader Malcolm X says parents need to take more responsibility to make sure young people stay away from radical messages. Ilyasah Shabazz is in Australia on a speaking tour and has been visiting Islamic ...
 ABC Radio Australia2 days ago Malcolm X's daughter puts onus on parents  The New Daily3 days ago
Flanders Today

Sand wall built to protect Flemish coast from oil spills

Civil defence staff have been working through the night to build a sand berm off the coast of Knokke-Heist near the Zwin nature reserve as a precaution against oil leaking from a Dutch cargo ship. The ship collided with a tanker off the coast of ...
 Flanders Today3 days ago
Business Insider

Cosby testifies for seven hours in abuse suit, lawyer says

BOSTON (Reuters) - Bill Cosby testified under oath for about seven hours on Friday in response to a civil suit brought by a woman who accuses the veteran comedian of sexually abusing her when she was 15, a lawyer for the plaintiff said on Saturday. ...
 Business Insider33 minutes ago

Some 100,000 Protest in Berlin Against EU-US Free Trade Deal

The number of people protesting Saturday in Berlin against the European Union's controversial free trade pact with the United States has risen to about 100,000, local police reported. BERLIN (Sputnik)— The protest targets the Transatlantic Trade ...
 Sputnik5 hours ago We Already Have a Free-Trade Deal: It's Called the Constitution  Town Hall3 days ago
MSN Philippines

Lumad deprived of state protection - UN refugee agency

MANILA, Philippines -- The United Nations refugee agency said the more than 6,000 indigenous people who have fled their homes in Mindanao because of atrocities and threats from the military and militias have not benefited from state protection and ...
 MSN Philippines11 hours ago UN Warns against Growing Politicization of Refugee and Asylum Matters  Before It's News1 day ago
Irish Independent

ESB to appeal High Court judgment on flood claims

The ESB is to appeal a High Court judgment that left the State power agency facing the threat of up to €90m in civil claims over the disastrous 2009 River Lee floods in Cork. The appeal was greeted with outrage by Cork residents and flood-hit ...
 Irish Independent17 hours ago
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