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En 2019 Catherine a été expulsée chez elle. Elle a perdu son travail et s'est retrouvée à la rue. Aujourd'hui elle a réussi à reprendre une activité professionnelle mais n'a toujours pas de logement stable. Chaque soir de l'été, en direct Sabine Callegari accueille les auditeurs pour 2h d'échanges et de confidences. Pour participer, contactez l'émission au 09 69 39 10 11 (prix d'un appel local).
World War II was unquestionably the greatest bloodletting in world history. Never before had so many people lost their lives in such a short period of time. Of all of the many tragedies which took place during the war, one of the largest actually took place after the war. It was the largest single migrations of people in human history, it resulted in millions of deaths, and almost no one knows about it. Learn more about the Post-WWII German Expulsions on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily. http://www.audibletrial.com/EverythingEverywhere -------------------------------- Associate Producer Thor Thomsen Become a supporter on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/everythingeverywhere Discord Server: https://discord.gg/UkRUJFh Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everythingeverywhere/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/everywheretrip Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/EEDailyPodcast/ Website: https://everything-everywhere.com/everything-everywhere-daily-podcast/
Avec : David Dickens, directeur marketing, Thomas Porcher, prof d'économie, et Alice Cordier, militante féministe. - Alain Marschall et Olivier Truchot présentent un show de 3 heures avec leurs invités, où actualité rime avec liberté de ton, sur RMC la radio d'opinion. « Les Grandes Gueules » animées par Alain Marschall et Olivier Truchot sont de retour pour une 17e saison ! Agriculteur, fromager, avocat, enseignante… les 14 GG, issues de la société civile, n'ont jamais peur de défendre leurs idées. Entre débats animés, accrochages et éclats de rires, ces 3 heures de talk-show sont le reflet des vraies préoccupations des Français. En simultané sur RMC Story. Chaque matin dès 6h, écoutez un show radio/télé unique en France. Pendant trois heures, l'équipe de RMC s'applique à partager l'actualité au plus près du quotidien des Français. Un rendez-vous exceptionnel mêlant infos en direct, débats autour de l'actualité, réactions et intervention d'experts. En simultané de 6h à 8h30 sur RMC Découverte. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Neumann/Lechypre (12h-14h).
Après un prolongement en 2020 pour cause de crise sanitaire, les autorités ont décidé de reprendre les expulsions locatives, avec quelques aménagements. Radio Immo, première webradio d'information immobilière
durée : 00:13:09 - Journal de 7 h - 9,3 millions de Français vivent sous le seuil de pauvreté, près de 2 millions avec moins de 930 euros par mois. 30 000 locataires risqueraient l'expulsion cette année, deux fois plus qu'avant la crise sanitaire et économique. Les coups de fils se multiplient à la fondation Abbé Pierre. Reportage.
durée : 00:13:09 - Journal de 7 h - 9,3 millions de Français vivent sous le seuil de pauvreté, près de 2 millions avec moins de 930 euros par mois. 30 000 locataires risqueraient l'expulsion cette année, deux fois plus qu'avant la crise sanitaire et économique. Les coups de fils se multiplient à la fondation Abbé Pierre. Reportage.
Entrevue avec Martyne Huot, responsable du développement des affaires à Sommet Charlevoix : Qu’est-ce que les propriétaires de chalets espèrent entendre du gouvernement concernant la saison estivale et le déconfinement graduel? Quels sont les recours des propriétaires de chalets lorsque leur propriété est saccagée par des locataires? Pour de l’information concernant l’utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
Gaza is under the heaviest bombardment carried out by Israel since 2014. Air strikes have targeted residential, media and Interior Ministry buildings, as well as passport and government offices. Gaza’s health ministry has reported more than 50 people killed, among them children, and hundreds injured since late Monday. The air strikes came after Hamas issued an ultimatum demanding Israel’s security forces to stop their aggression towards worshippers in the Al Aqsa Mosque compound, Islam’s third holiest site. Israeli police stormed the compound after Palestinians protested against the forced expulsions of residents from their homes in Sheikh Jarrah in occupied East Jerusalem. In response to Israel’s aggression, Hamas also fired rockets into Israel. Guests: Fayrouz Sharqawi Director at Grassroots Al-Quds Ian Black Visiting Senior Fellow at LSE Middle East Centre Azzam Tamimi Author and Political Activist
As Israel continues to forcibly expel Palestinians from their indigenous homes in Sheikh Jarrah, Occupied East Jerusalem, Palestinians from across the country have risen to protest. Israel has responded by attacking worshippers in Al-Aqsa Mosque and civilians in besieged Gaza. Guests: Nour Odeh Former Spokesperson for the Palestinian Authority Mustafa Barghouti Secretary General of the Palestinian National Initiative Dave Harden Former Lead of the USAID Assistance Mission in Gaza and the West Bank
Le moratoire sur les expulsions a pris fin le 25 avril. Qu'en sera-t-il dorénavant ? Quelles seront les conséquences ? Est-ce important pour les propriétaires d'avoir un droit à l'expulsion ? Réponse ce mercredi, dans le face à face de Toujours + d'Actu, avec Eric Mathay, président de la régionale bruxellois du Syndicat des propriétaires et copropriétaires SNPC, José Garcia, secrétaire général du Syndicat des locataires et Anne Brauwelinckx, chargée de plaidoyer RBDH.
Durée : 6:04 - Le Fil de l'Histoire revient aujourd’hui avec une nouvelle thématique, celle des histoires sans fin ! Et pour débuter cette semaine, on s’intéresse aux évacuations de squats. Pour ce premier épisode, focus sur l'expulsion du squat de la Grande ourse à Angers qui s’est déroulée en pleine trêve hivernale le 21 janvier dernier. La loi Élan a supprimé le bénéfice de la trêve hivernale pour les squatteurs, les occupants ont donc dû quitter les lieux. Comment l’évacuation s’est-elle déroulée ? Leur a-t-on proposé une solution pour se loger ? Que faire face aux expulsions continuelles de squats ? Anatole, bénévole pour le Collectif de la Grande ourse, collectif anticapitaliste qui s’organise autour de la question de l’accès au logement et qui gérait ce squat, nous en dit plus. Crédit photo : Collectif de la Grande ourse
The Russian GRU Unit 29155 is in the news again. Czech authorities pin the blame on it for a series of explosions in 2014 that killed two people, and then they expelled an unusually high number of Russian diplomats, dramatically reducing Russia's diplomatic presence in Czechia and perhaps harming its intelligence efforts across Central Europe.To talk about it, David Priess sat down with Michael Schwirtz, an investigative reporter with the New York Times based at the United Nations whose most recent reporting has shed important light on the events of this shadowy Russian military intelligence unit, and John Sipher, the co-founder of Spycraft Entertainment and a retired 28-year veteran of the CIA with significant experience against the Russian target. They discussed this Russian military unit's active measures, Putin's motivations and possible miscalculations, and intelligence collection against and cooperation to thwart this unit, along with the bigger picture of Western relations with Russia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
En Suisse, on entend souvent cette recommandation: "il faut payer son loyer en priorité". Cʹest vrai! Le délai de paiement avant résiliation du bail est de 30 jours. En cas de non-paiement dans les temps, la procédure dʹexpulsion peut-être est lancée. Une procédure rapide et brutale. Les explications de César Montalto, avocat spécialisé dans le droit du bail, président de lʹASLOCA Vaud, au micro de Johanna Commenge.
L'incursion dans un CHSLD où tout le monde est vacciné; les nouvelles prévisions de l'INSPQ; la vaccination dans les pharmacies en Ontario; les bébés chamboulés par la pandémie; le ministre Sajjan et des allégations contre le général Vance; l'expulsion de locataires à Vancouver; la relocalisation des résidents de Pointe-Parent; le plan d'action de Québec contre la violence conjugale; la violence conjugale et le confinement avec Geneviève Lessard; la visite du pape François en Irak; et le tatouage commémoratif pour vivre son deuil.
A More Francophone Canada, Part 2: No Acadian ExpulsionsThis episode both continues the Wars of Kings and Queens with an examination of the Father Le Loutre's War in the early 1750s, a conflict that then led into the Expulsion of the Acadians starting in 1755. I then imagine a more Francophone Canada in which the Expulsions didn't happen.Next up: The Seven Years' War and the French and Indian War.Hopefully, I can get the schedule back to something more regular in the near future. Opening Theme: "Another Place" by Score Squad Outro: From "Oh Canaduh" by Nomeansno, covering the Subhumans You can reach me at: Email: email@example.com Twitter: @CounterfactualC Wikipedia should not be used as a source:Expulsion of the AcadiansFather Le Loutre's WarAcadian ExodusEdward CornwallisUniversity of Google:The true history of Cornwallis shows he's more a victim than a villain | National PostBritish Want New OathSome facts on the Canadian Francophonie - Canada.caPeace and Friendship Treaties | The Canadian EncyclopediaPrinted MaterialsJohn Faragher - A Great and Noble Scheme
Grande nouveauté cette année, chaque matin, Nicolas Canteloup offre ses précieux conseils aux invités de l'interview politique. Ce mardi, Sonia Mabrouk reçoit Augustin de Romanet, président-directeur général du groupe ADP. Jean-Marie Le Pen a tenu à lui adresser quelques mots.
durée : 00:04:24 - Le Zoom de la rédaction - Depuis l’été 2018, la politique "d’évitement de points de fixation" conduit à des évacuations quasi quotidiennes de campements de migrants situés en périphérie de Calais.
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As France mourns a beloved teacher murdered after showing controversial cartoons in class, a diplomatic rift between Europe and the Muslim world over secularism and religious freedom is widening. Railing against Islamophobia in the West, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan joined a regional call for a boycott of French imports on Monday. He was cheered on by a Turkish national newspaper, which published lists of French brands to avoid at the market. Before his gruesome murder on Oct. 16, Samuel Paty, 47, a history teacher in a suburb of Paris, had shown cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad in a class about freedom of speech. In response to the fatal attack, French authorities swiftly launched investigations into Muslim groups and called for the dissolution of a pro-Palestinian group in France that officials claim is fomenting violence. Over the weekend, Erdoğan blamed French President Emmanuel Macron for attacks against Muslims in France, and quipped Saturday that Macron didn’t understand religious freedom and needed “mental health treatment.” France recalled its ambassador to Turkey the next day.“I am calling on my nation. Don’t compliment French brands, don’t buy them.Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan“I am calling on my nation. Don’t compliment French brands, don’t buy them," Erdoğan said to a crowd gathering for a religious celebration at a civic center in Ankara. He added that Muslims are “subjected to a lynching campaign similar to that against Jews in Europe before World War II.” Related: Turkey passes 'draconian' social media legislationAccording to parents of students in Paty’s class who spoke to Agence France-Presse, Muslim students were told they could leave the room while the cartoons were shown. But an 18-year-old man of Chechen descent, who allegedly heard about the incident from disgruntled parents online, followed Paty home after school and beheaded him. The suspect was later shot and killed by police. The cartoons were originally published by the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo, which was later the target of a 2015 massacre that killed 12 people. During a national period of mourning for Paty, the Charlie Hebdo cartoons were projected onto public buildings.It is this aftermath that has drawn the ire of Ankara. “The boycott calls are pointless and must stop immediately, as well as all the attacks directed against our country, instrumentalized by a radical minority."French Foreign Ministry statementIn a statement, the French Foreign Ministry said its critics are distorting France’s values of freedom of expression and religion and its rejection of all forms of hatred. “The boycott calls are pointless and must stop immediately, as well as all the attacks directed against our country, instrumentalized by a radical minority,” it read. Related: Expulsions, pushbacks and extraditions: Turkey's war on dissent France’s hardline approach to secularism often goes beyond what US policymakers would consider a legal separation of church and state. It is often at odds with the beliefs of the country’s growing Muslim population. The wearing of religious symbols, such as a headscarf, is banned in French schools and for public employees. Turkey, whose secular founders were inspired by the French system in the 1920s, overturned its headscarf ban in 2008. Speaking at a memorial for Paty, President Macron said the 47-year-old teacher had become “the face of the Republic.”“We will defend the freedom that you taught so well, and we will uphold secularism,” Macron said. “We will not renounce caricatures, drawings, even if others move backward… We will continue, teacher.”In The World’s limited survey of grocery stores in the Istanbul neighborhood of Kasimpaşa, as of Monday night French products remained on the shelves. Many Turkish social media users appeared more concerned about the continued devaluation of the Turkish lira, which reached a new low of 8.09 TL against the US dollar. But protests against France were scheduled for Tuesday in several Turkish districts. Based on a quick, v unscientific review of grocery stores in Istanbul’s Kasımpaşa neighborhood, French brands remain on the shelves and are still being purchased, despite a markup compared to local brands.Tbh people are more concerned about the USD-TL exchange rate hitting 8. pic.twitter.com/rErrxzdsoh— durrie bouscaren (@durrieB) October 26, 2020“I think that [Erdoğan’s] harsh reaction is instrumentalizing Islam to score political gains."Sinem Adar, analyst, Center for Applied Turkey Studies, German Institute for International and Security Affairs“I think that [Erdoğan’s] harsh reaction is instrumentalizing Islam to score political gains,” said Sinem Adar, an analyst of domestic Turkish politics at the Center for Applied Turkey Studies at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs. Adar points to pro-government Turkish newspapers, which offered little coverage of Paty’s murder but copious reporting on French condemnations of Islamic violence. Eventually, Adar says, some columnists suggested that the crime itself was staged by the French government as a pretext for going after Muslims.“The ways in which the Turkish government has been engaging with and interacting with the Turkish diaspora, trying to mobilize them and instrumentalize them. At the end of the day, I think it really harms the people living here,” Adar said.Related: Turkey's president formally makes Haghia Sophia a mosqueIslamophobia continues to rise in France and other parts of the West. Hate crimes are increasing, especially against women who wear headscarves and other types of coverings to mark their faith. But polarizing rhetoric like Erdoğan’s, Adar says, can backfire on Muslims living in Europe. Europeans see Erdoğan’s rhetoric as alarming, she says, forcing Muslims in Europe to choose between supporting an increasingly conservative view of Islam espoused by the region’s leaders, or assimilate into European-style secularism. “You’re either a supporter of Erdoğan, or you’re not,” she said.
When Sevilay, a 38-year-old, stay-at-home mom in Istanbul, learned she was pregnant with a third child, she agonized over what to do.“I became very upset when I learned about my pregnancy. I wondered whether I could do it or not. I was already having a hard time with two kids. There was nobody that could help me.”Sevilay, a mother of two in Turkey who had an abortion“I became very upset when I learned about my pregnancy. I wondered whether I could do it or not. I was already having a hard time with two kids. There was nobody that could help me,” said Sevilay, who asked that her full name not be used for privacy reasons.After thinking about it, she made the tough decision to have an abortion, something she needed permission from her husband to do, as is required by law in Turkey. She thought that would be the hardest part.Related: In Turkey, a conservative push to remove domestic violence protections is met with an uproarThe greater challenge, though, was finding a hospital willing to perform an abortion. Private hospitals cost too much, up to $500. But public ones kept turning her away.Turkey is one of the few majority-Muslim countries where abortion is legal, but access to them is becoming increasingly limited under the conservative government. Abortion has been legal in the country since 1983 — and wealthy women from places such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, where the procedure is banned, often turn to Turkish clinics. But it’s still deeply stigmatized in Turkey. In the last decade, the ruling conservative AK Party and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan have been chipping away at reproductive rights. Police have busted back-alley clinics for low-income women while many public hospitals have stopped providing abortions altogether.In 2012, the government tried to reduce the 10-week pregnancy limit to six weeks, but feminists fought back and won. Erdoğan publicly calls abortion a crime and says women should have at least three children.Sedef Erkmen, who authored a book on the subject, told Duvar, a Turkish news site, that the “anti-abortion practices that have been systematically implemented since 2012 turned into a de facto ban.”Related: Turkey passes ‘draconian’ social media legislationPublic hospitals can simply refuse women access based on what the president says, not the law. So, low-income women — in many cases, Syrian refugees — turn to back-alley clinics that do the procedure illegally.Last year, news broke that police had raided a clinic fronting as a Syrian hair salon. Three people were arrested.Related: Expulsions, pushbacks and extraditions: Turkey’s war on dissent extends to EuropeAn all-too-familiar story Sevilay reached out to Mor Cati, a women rights group, which helped her find a public hospital to do the abortion for free. But she says that even that hospital’s staff tried to make her feel guilty, and threatened her.“They said, ‘If you come to this hospital for another abortion, we won’t let you in,’” she said.She had an abortion at nine weeks, one week before it becomes illegal in Turkey. Sevilay says she felt broken by the emotional toll and harsh treatment. After the abortion, she felt awful.“I felt bad. I woke up crying. To be honest, sometimes my heart aches.”Sevilay, a mother of two in Turkey who had an abortion“I felt bad. I woke up crying. To be honest, sometimes my heart aches,” she said.Unfortunately, Sevilay’s story is all too common in Turkey. That’s something that Hazal Atay can attest to. She’s an outreach coordinator at Women on Web, a Dutch-based platform that helps women get access to abortions in restrictive countries.Turkey banned Women on Web's website in 2016. But Turkish women still find ways to contact them. Many are faced with dire circumstances.Related: Turkey's president formally makes Haghia Sophia a mosqueLike one 22-year-old woman in Erzurum, whose letter Atay shared with The World, in English: “I’m sure this situation is difficult for everyone, but if my family learns about the pregnancy, they won’t let me live. I know you help a lot of people, but you don’t know where I live, and you don’t know my family. You are my only hope," the woman said in the letter, adding, “Please get back to me as soon as possible. I cannot trust anyone except you. This is a conservative city. Even if I go to the hospital ... they will let my family know about it. Please help.” Two other letters sent to them from women in Istanbul reflect the same desperation. One woman says she doesn’t have the money to get an abortion. Another has run away from a violent husband but needs his permission to abort her pregnancy.Sevilay says she is still criticized by some of her women friends for having an abortion. But she says she just wants what is best for her family: “I am trying to set higher standards for my children. I am trying to provide them a good life … I can give birth to five children and can raise them very well, but I can’t provide them good opportunities.”
Four years ago, a group within the military tried to overthrow the Turkish government. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has blamed Fethullah Gülen and his network, the Gülenists, for the July 15, 2016, failed coup d’état, which resulted in the deaths of 251 people and 2,200 injured.Inside Turkey, as many as 80,000 have since been detained, and 150,000 sacked from their civil service jobs.Related: As Iran arrests Instagram influencers, some seek safety abroadThe Gülenists, dubbed by Turkey as FETO, the Fethullahist Terror Organization, are being purged on a massive scale. Those who have been accused include scientists, schoolteachers, policemen and journalists. Erdoğan has vowed to track FETO members down: “Wherever they escape... we will chase after them,” he said.Abroad, the Turkish government has managed to extradite, kidnap and otherwise push foreign governments to hand over Gülenists from foreign countries — Kazakhstan, Moldova, Kosovo and Pakistan, to name a few. Family members try to get information about their arrested relatives in Istanbul after the failed coup in July 2016. Credit: The World From the other direction, thousands of Turks have escaped, seeking safety in Europe amid Turkey’s relentless, ongoing post-coup crackdown on dissent.Even in Germany, where 40,000 Turks have sought safety, exiles feel the long arm of the Turkish state is using its intelligence agencies and bilateral relations to exert pressure on countries who have yet to turn over the accused.Related: Turkey's president formally makes Haghia Sophia a mosqueSince 2016, Turkey has shut down Gülenist businesses, expropriating $10 billion worth of assets. It has closed Gülenist media outlets and shuttered Gülenist-owned schools.Nate Schenkkan is with Freedom House and an expert on Turkey. He says Gülenists have been left jobless, with no chance of restarting their careers.“For the vast majority of the people in the Gülen movement, it’s quite clear. They had nothing to do with any of this, whether it’s the coup attempt or any other kind of violence.”Nate Schenkkanm, Freedom House“For the vast majority of the people in the Gülen movement, it’s quite clear. They had nothing to do with any of this, whether it’s the coup attempt or any other kind of violence,” he said.Whisked to the borderBusinessman Abdullah Buyuk moved from Turkey to neighboring Bulgaria in 2016, imagining the country would be safe for him as an EU member state.At the State Agency for Refugees where he went to apply for asylum, he was presented two members of the Bulgarian intelligence service.One of them offered, “Let us help you with your business here. You can attend the Gülen movement meetings. You let us know who attends those meetings and what they say.”“I didn’t agree to that, saying I was already cooperating by answering their questions.”Related: As more journalists stand trial in Turkey, the truth becomes more elusiveBulgarian courts denied an extradition request from Turkey for Buyuk.Around the same time, the Turkish foreign minister announced publicly that they planned to bring “a person of interest” back from Bulgaria.On his way to a meeting in Sofia, police blocked Buyuk’s vehicle.Bulgarians drove him 180 miles to the border where they handed him over to Turkish authorities.Accused of being a member of a terrorist organization, he was kept in pretrial detention for more than three years. He’s now at home with an electronic ankle bracelet while his trial continues.Bulgaria was doing Turkish president Erdoğan’s bidding. Bulgaria, with a population of just under 7 million, shares a 149-mile-long border with its behemoth neighbor.Bulgaria’s leaders are aware of the risk of noncooperation. Turkey could easily flood Bulgaria with tens of thousands of refugees hungry to come to Europe.Since 2016, at least seven more individuals have been handed over to the Turks by Bulgarians.Pushed back to TurkeyHuman rights activists say countless others have been illegally pushed back at the Bulgarian and Greek borders.Related: Greek army, police on high alert along Turkey border after clashesTurks have found trouble in other countries as well, including Germany, where they make up the third-largest group of asylum-seekers. One is a 29-year-old journalist who didn’t want to give her name for security reasons. She fled with a group of 11 other Turks across the Evros River to Greece.Once in Greece, they encountered police. Along with other migrants, they were put into a van.“We didn’t know what was happening or where they were taking us.”Journalist, unnamed“We didn’t know what was happening or where they were taking us,” she said.They traveled for what seemed like a long time. Finally, the vehicle came to a stop.“They started to pull us toward the river,” she said.Men wearing balaclavas appeared through the trees. Then the beatings began.Some of the men were badly bruised, one with a leg injury, another with bruises on his back.After sunset, someone from the group escorted them by boat across the river and deposited them on Turkish territory. Entrance to Silivri Prison outside of Istanbul, where thousands of political prisoners are held. Credit: The World They spent a cold, fearful night in the forest, hoping they wouldn’t be discovered by Turkish police. Finally, the following day, they made a successful crossing after reaching out to their social media networks so that journalists and lawyers were aware of their case.Germany provides asylum to less than 50% of Turkish applicants, according to BAMF, Germany’s Federal Office on Migration and Refugees. The journalist who asked that her name not be used says her family was denied protection in the first instance and is now under appeal.Mass fearIn 2017, during bilateral meetings, Turks provided Germany with a wish list of 300 people they wanted to be turned over. Among them was Engin Sag, who had worked for a Gülenist TV network. He was living a quiet life in Germany with his wife and two children when, in 2017, police knocked on his door.The police said: “The Turkish government gave your name to the German government. Your name and photo were in their documents," according to Sag. He was warned not to go back to Turkey. He said they promised him protection in the form of a neighborhood patrol.Sag is also concerned about the possible actions of German Turks, many of whom are Erdoğan supporters.He said that Turks are encouraged to file complaints using the mobile app of the Turkish police, circumventing German authorities.“I came across two Turks in the midst of a quarrel. One threatened the other saying, ‘I am going to report you to the Turkish consulate.’ They use this as a threat.” Engin Sag“I came across two Turks in the midst of a quarrel. One threatened the other saying, ‘I am going to report you to the Turkish consulate.’ They use this as a threat,” he said.Erdoğan’s hit listFormer Nokta Magazine editor Cevheri Guven, who spent time in prison in Turkey, fled with his wife and children to Greece. After settling there, he received news that “Erdoğan wanted me handed over to the ambassador in Athens. They wanted me and my family and they made some kind of assassination list.” Tuba and Cevheri Guven at a protest in Frankfurt, Germany, 2019. Credit: Courtesy of the Guven family. They immediately decided to leave Greece.Guven was later sentenced in absentia to 22.5 years, charged with inciting a civil war. His colleague, Murat Capan, was captured in Greece and pushed back to Turkey. Capan is among the tens of thousands of political prisoners languishing in overcrowded, COVID-19-infested prisons in Turkey.Due to COVID-19, many criminals were released, while political prisoners remained locked up.According to Omer Faruk Gergerlioglu, an opposition member of parliament in Turkey, the coronavirus in prison is vastly underreported.The government has announced 250 cases of COVID-19 across the national prison system, with five deaths. But by Gergerlioglu’s count, there are 250 at Silivri Prison alone, where many political prisoners are held. He estimates the real number of deaths are four times higher as well.'Social genocide'Hüseyin Demir taught human rights law in the capital, Ankara, and now runs Refugees Support Action (Aktion für Flüchtlingshilfe) in Germany. His organization helps Turkish dissidents file for asylum and integrate into German life.The Turkish government threatens dissidents by going after relatives back in Turkey, he said.“In Turkey, no one is safe. If they can’t find you, they arrest your son or your wife.”Hüseyin Demir, Refugees Support Action“In Turkey, no one is safe. If they can’t find you, they arrest your son or your wife.”He points out that even mothers with infants are imprisoned in Turkey. His own son was detained in Ankara for five days.“He told me, ‘Father, because of you, I am now in danger. You destroyed my life,” Demir said. “You can imagine how I feel.”With many friends dismissed from their jobs, in prison or abroad, Demir feels disheartened.“This is a social genocide. They can’t work, you can’t help them, so they should just die.”This article was developed with the support of www.journalismfund.edu.
“Brother Joel” continues the conversation we left off last week about God’s work in China, work which continues in spite of an ongoing wave of Christian persecution and the coronavirus pandemic. Brother Joel helps VOM distribute Bibles in every part of China. He’ll give us an update on current challenges for Bible efforts in China—including Chinese Christians currently in prison simply for providing people—including children—access to God’s Word. Joel will tell us how new laws in China affected foreign Christian workers, including thousands who found their visas cancelled and were forced to leave China, sometimes almost immediately. He’ll also talk about a current project to complete a new translation of the Bible into Chinese—a translation more favorable to Communist Party and socialist principles. Yet in spite of persecution, the virus and the other challenges facing China’s church, Joel says Chinese Christians are encouraged and excited about what God is doing in their nation. He’ll equip listeners to pray with current, specific needs of the church in China. Never miss an episode of VOM Radio! Subscribe on your favorite podcast service.
Le militant franco béninois pour la suppression du franc CFA est, sans doute, celui qui a le plus contribué à faire sauter le tabou de la monnaie dans les pays de la zone franc. Il a réussi à mobiliser les jeunes et à faire descendre dans la rue le débat confiné jusque-là aux seules élites. Toujours aussi virulent à l’égard des oligarques, en France comme sur le continent, qui vivent, selon lui, du système de prédation instauré par la Françafrique, il livre, sans retenue, ni fausse pudeur, sa vision panafricaniste. Celle d’une jeunesse conscientisée qui va, peu à peu, apprendre à instaurer ses propres limites dans des frontières qu’elle aura elle-même choisies. Présentée par Christine H. Gueye
durée : 00:02:39 - C'est ma maison - par : Patrick LELONG - Comme chaque année, du 1er novembre 2019 au 31 mars 2020, les expulsions de locataires sont suspendues pendant la trêve hivernale. Mais les propriétaires peuvent cependant réaliser des démarches judiciaires pendant cette période.
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Cette semaine dans l'Hebdo Parleur : Vivement la trêve hivernale. La rédaction de Radio Parleur habite le 18e arrondissement de Paris. En bas de l'immeuble il y a une marée de tentes avec des gens qui dorment dehors. Des exilé･e･s, dans des situation administratives très diverses, mais qui ont pour point commun de ne pas avoir de prise en charge. Ailleurs en France, des campements existent et sont régulièrement expulsés. On dit bien expulsés, pas évacués, car les personnes ne sont, la plupart du temps, pas mises à l'abri. A Bordeaux par exemple, si les familles jetées à la rue en pleine canicule ont pu être hébergées, c'est grâce à la bonne volonté de militant･e･s. Faites un don à Radio Parleur : okpal.com/soutenez-radio-parleur
Stealth camping is always a hot topic in bike touring, and our last episode on the topic got some great responses that deserve revisiting! On this episode, a take from law enforcement's perspective, tips on how to stay clean with no facilities, and more on how to find a good spot. Housekeeping Next tour I'll be riding the C&O in a few weeks (in fact, just did a stealth camping overnight as I type!). Pedalshift Live Be sure to join the show live August 30, 9pm ET! Topics TBA, but we'll do an AMA so bring your questions or shoot them my way via social or email! The Lab: Stealth Camping Revisited More thoughts on stealth camping on bike tour (check out Pedalshift 161 for my tips) Law enforcement perspective Thanks for the recent episode on stealth camping. Probably no topic has the breadth of opinions among your listeners as this. Maybe pannier pronunciation. I’ve been [in] law enforcement...for 15 years. In that role I’ve managed these types of contacts regularly. I like to apply the principles you discussed when dispersed camping on tour, but like you, avoid explicitly prohibited areas. I wish to emphasize the safety points you made about when you are contacted (i.e. caught), especially by law enforcement. Those consequences need not be dire if you keep your head. Whether law enforcement or private individual, keep your voice low and keep your hands visible. This is not the time to be rumaging through your equipment. Your legal status, if you are contacted by law-enforcement, is likely “detained”. You’re not under arrest, but nor are you free to leave. This is not the time to start packing up your stuff and huffily proclaim that you’ll “just leave”. Follow the officer’s directions. Remember that he doesn’t know you from Adam or Eve, and more likely than not is going to treat you with great caution. An officer has about 20 minutes (case law) to confirm or dispel his suspicions that you’ve committed either a civil infraction (you know, camping where camping isn’t allowed, posted or not), or trespassing. During this time you are in the same legal situation as if you’ve been pulled over by an officer for a vehicle traffic violation. Behave accordingly. You must identify yourself (at least with a verbal name and date of birth). You do not need to present a photo ID or driver’s license if it’s not a traffic offense. He may ask you questions. Remember that if he’s just investigating a civil infraction, you don’t have 5th amendment rights to not incriminate yourself with statements. Shush, because it’ll be used against you. The consequence will vary from a warning and “OK, you can stay just tonight!”, to a criminal notice (arrest without booking) for Trespassing. In [my particular state], this... probably won’t be applied unless you’ve previously been told not to be at that location. Another possibility to consider is that in my jurisdiction the violator can be expelled from all parks for anywhere from 48 hours to a lifetime, depending on the offense. Expulsions for 30 days are common, and can really put a bind in your travel plans down the road. Of course, all this only applies to my jurisdiction. Your mileage may vary, as you say! The best thing you can do is make your peace with being caught ahead of time. Be comfortable with the foreseeable consequences, and you can then just relax. PS People are going to stealth camp, might as well do it as low impact and safely as possible. Downside of stealth camping... no facilities to clean up in! Richard Wizensky has a solution: On days that are light, I keep a towel and a spray bottle of witch hazel available - add a few drops of essential oil for bonus smell. The witch hazel works to kill odor producing bacteria like alcohol but doesn’t dry your skin. Techniques for finding spots Google maps! I use the satellite view to see where there are big clusters of trees and pick a few good spots. Going to street view can be super helpful to get the "on the ground" look and then you can go from there. Good resource from a big time stealth camper... Douglas Conlin - YouTube channel. He's a 100% stealth camper and did an interrupted tour from Michigan to Tennessee last year (in the winter, no less). Quite the character, but seeing how he scopes out stealth sites is a real lesson. He vlogged his trip so you can see a bunch of his camp sites. A few are bolder than what I'd choose, but that's all personal preference. Pedalshift Society As always we like to close out the show with a special shoutout to the Pedalshift Society! Because of support from listeners like you, Pedalshift is a weekly bicycle touring podcast with a global community, expanding into live shows and covering new tours like this spring's DC to Cincinnatti bike tour! 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L'Hebdo Parleur, c'est 15 minutes pour se mettre à jour sur l'actualité des luttes sociales en France. Le meilleur des publications de la semaine sur Radio Parleur. Cette semaine dans l'Hebdo Parleur : on aurait aimé vous faire des carnets de vacances fun drôles et légers… et puis, il y a eu la canicule, les personnes migrantes à la rue, les expulsions de squats, et la chaleur qui terrasse tout le monde, mais n'empêche pas la lutte.
« La vraie humanité est de dire la vérité. » C'est par ces mots que la préfète de Bordeaux Fabienne Buccio, justifie son action. La vérité selon les expulsés et les bénévoles qui ont rejoint leur lutte c'est que la situation est catastrophique depuis la fermeture des squats "La Zone du Dehors" et du "Gars Rage" début Juillet. Alors que la canicule pèse sur la métropôle girondine, la solidarité s'organise et la lutte prend forme.
Overlooking the Alps, Brad and Matt Stephens report on a dramatic Stage 17. Matteo Trentin was the first to the finish line in Gap, but it's the punishment for Ineos' Luke Rowe and Jumbo-Visma's Tony Martin that's really making the headlines See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Invités : Roland Lescure - Député "La République en marche" des Français de l'étrangerJean-Luc Mano - Conseiller en communicationPhilippe Tesson - Journaliste et écrivainPierre Jacquemain - Rédacteur en chef de RegardsThèmes : Macron : l'hommage embarrassant à PétainMidterms : les Etats-Unis plus divisés que jamais ? Égalité homme-femme : c'est pour 2168 ? Faut-il avoir peur d'un retour de la violence de l'extrême-droite ? Carburant : la France est-elle le pays de la taxe ? Expulsions d'immigrés : la politique du chiffre ?Ambulanciers : peut-on bloquer Paris pour se faire entendre ?Harcèlement : le nouveau fléau scolaire ?Le renouveau de la gauche passe-t-il par la société civile ?Incontournable émission de débat contradictoire, N'ayons pas peur des mots fait son retour sur l'antenne de LCP pour de nouvelles discussions sur les grands sujets à la Une de l'actualité. Chaque semaine, Valérie Brochard orchestre ce débat animé sur l'actualité entre 4 intervenants aux positions radicalement opposées. Combats de mots et batailles d'idées entre députés, experts, journalistes ou encore représentants de la société civile.Diffusion : le vendredi à 20h30Rediffusion : le samedi à 12h00Format : 87 minutesProduction : Caméra subjective / LCPPrésentation : Valérie BrochardProducteur : Alexandre AmielJournaliste : Clyde VachezÉdition : Éleonore PiccotPersonnels et moyens techniques : LCPDirection des contenus : Guilaine ChenuDirection de la rédaction : Delphine GouedartÀ voir et à revoir sur la page de l'émission sur LCP Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
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4.1 Contact Penalties 00:43 ** 4.1.1 Impact to an Illegal Target Zone 02:08 ** 4.1.2 Impact with an Illegal Blocking Zone 03:01 ** 4.1.3 Other Illegal Contact 04:13 ** 4.1.4 Multiplayer Blocks 05:16 ** 4.2 Game Structure Penalties 05:38 ** 4.2.1 Illegal Positioning 06:09 ** 4.2.2 Gaining Position 07:55 ** 4.2.3 Interfering with the Flow of the Game 10:08 ** 4.2.4 Other Illegal Procedures 11:35 ** 4.3 Penalties for Unsporting Conduct (Misconduct) 12:23 ** 4.4 Enforcing Penalties 13:45 ** 4.4.1 Penalty Enforcement for Blockers 15:19 ** 4.4.2 Penalty Enforcement for Jammers 16:10 ** 4.5 Fouling out & Expulsions 17:30 ** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/derbyfromthebalcony/message
Alabama new-age redneck Jeremy Mahon joins the Kennedys as we discuss naked ladies on album covers, football, passive income, and other forms of art. Meanwhile, John discovers what it really means to be a woman. We also have excellent music: Supervillain with Your Team is Hot Native Daughters with Sleep Lump The Power with Burger Bar Girl The Flora Ways with Fruit Punch Lala Lala with Destroyer Bundles with The State of Seattle Thank you to our sponsor, Prihoda Fabric Duct. Thank you to Foot Gun for providing our theme song, thank you to Elliott Kage Jones, Brandon Holcombe, and Lainey Harrison of The Power for the excellent interview, and thank you to The Asheville Rock Collective, for existing.
Barb O'Neill is the Owner and Creator of the upcoming conference Transform Challenging Behavior. The biggest risk factor for being suspended or expelled from school is before the age of five. Barb returns to the podcast to discuss how not to approach expulsions and suspensions with blame but with support for challenging behaviour that assists everyone involved - teachers, parents and children. The mindset of dealing with challenging behavior is critical for reflecting on your teaching practice and identifying the unique needs of a child.
On this episode of Fault Lines, guests join hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discussing the rising international tensions including tariff wars and the escalating expulsion of diplomats over the Skripal incident. What are the real risks of heightened tensions among Russia, China, the US, and Europe? Are mainstream media outlets covering these issues accurately or are they pushing biased narratives?The hosts will also engage guests in discussions about health issues, the upcoming census, the gun debate, censorship vs. free expression, taxes, the role of government, and the real purpose of NATO—as well as other top news and trending issues in the “Divided States of America.”Scheduled Guests, subject to change: Dr. Annette Bosworth | Topic: AllergiesFreedom Friday with Holly “Hood” Harris - The Urban Libertarian | Topics: 2020 Census, 2nd Amendment, Censorship and Suppression of Independent ViewsKristin Tate - author How Do I Tax Thee?: A Field Guide to the Great American Rip-Off | Topic: Her New Book, TaxesAlexander Mercouris - Editor-in-Chief at @TheDuran_com | Topic: SkripalIvan Eland (the Independent Institute) Topic: New Book “11 Presidents: Promises vs. Results in Achieving Limited Government”Stephen Lendman - Independent journalist, editor and contributor of Book “Flashpoint in Ukraine: How the US Drive for Hegemony Risks WW III.” stephenlendman.org | Topic: “NATO Needs an Enemy”
The story of what happened to Jennifer and Sarah Hart and their six kids just keeps getting more bizarre. The family SUV was found last week at the bottom of a coastal cliff in Northern California. The women were killed, as were three of their children. The other three kids have not yet been found. Reporter Hope McKenney of radio station KZYX in Mendocino County has an update. Also, Liam Moriarty of Jefferson Public Radio explores a new play at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. 'Manahatta' draws parallels between the expulsion of Native Americans from their ancestral land and the current-day New Yorkers who got wrapped up in the mortgage crisis.
Ryan Vogel of Utah Valley Univ talks the Russian expulsions and national security. The Ohio State Univ's Tanya Menon wants you to fight your personal filters. Christofer Skurka at Cornell Univ claims humor can motivate activism. Sam Payne of The Apple Seed shares a story. Univ of Colorado Boulder's Jed Brubaker: what happens to social media data when we die? Leigh Fought of Le Moyne College tells the story of Anna Murray Douglass.
Today 60 million human beings are displaced from war and extreme poverty. Many European countries are responding to the crisis with racist hysteria, polices and police state measures. Abby Martin exposes the facts that are left out of the mainstream reporting: the role of criminal wars, disastrous neoliberal economics and why mass displacement is a permanent feature under this system. Featuring interviews with Atossa Abrahamian, journalist and author of the new book "The Cosmopolites: The Coming of the Global Citizen" and Professor Saskia Sassen, sociologist and expert on human migration, currently serving as co-chair of Committee on Global Thought at Columbia University. She just published her latest book on the subject, "Expulsions." FOLLOW // http://twitter.com/empirefiles LIKE // http://facebook.com/theempirefiles Music by Fluorescent Grey: https://soundcloud.com/fluorescentgrey
GLOBALE: Tribunal – A Trial Against the Transgressions of the 20th Century | Symposium Fri, June 19 - Sun, June 21, 2015 The GLOBALE begins with a tribunal at which the 20th century will be tried for its transgressions and crimes against humanity, animals, and nature. Indictments will be sought for genocide such as the Holocaust, the exploitation of the Earth, and the extermination of the animal world by humans. With a conference, a panorama-screen installation, and a film program, the tribunal will present a critical review of the 20th century, a “century of extremes” (Eric Hobsbawm, 1994) and declining inhibition. The three-day event takes its cue from Franz Kafka’s novel »The Trial« (1914/1915) and prominent trials of the 20th century. The historical trials that serve as a model for this tribunal are the dadaist trial against Maurice Barrès (1921), the Nuremberg Trials, and the Vietnam War Crimes Tribunal. As the first international tribunals prosecuting war crimes, the Nuremberg Trials are exemplary of legal proceedings to ascertain individual guilt in crimes against humanity. The Vietnam War Crimes Tribunal, also known as the Russell Tribunal, was initiated by Lord Bertrand Russell in 1966, as a private body for investigating and evaluating American war crimes in Vietnam. It later served as the model for investigating violations of international law; for example, for the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal. Our tribunal also reminds us of the legal importance of Karlsruhe – the seat of both the Federal Constitutional Court and the Federal Attorney General of Germany. The presentations will deal with the history of violence and genocide, expulsion and persecution in the 20th century. The speakers are distinguished scholars and artists exploring these themes from historical, legal, philosophical, and artistic perspectives, who will present their latest research findings. Conference languages are English and German. /// Die GLOBALE beginnt mit einem Prolog am 19. Juni 2015 im ZKM: mit einem Prozess gegen die Verfehlungen des 20. Jahrhunderts und seine Verbrechen gegen Mensch, Tier und Natur. Angeklagt werden Völkermorde wie der Holocaust, die Ausbeutung der Erde und die Ausrottung der Tierwelt durch den Menschen. In Form einer Konferenz, einer Panorama-Screen-Installation und eines Filmprogramms liefert das Tribunal eine kritische Bestandsaufnahme des 20. Jahrhunderts. Das Tribunal findet im ZKM an einem geschichtlich belasteten Ort statt. 1915, vor genau 100 Jahren, war Baubeginn des sog. Hallenbaus als architektonisch avancierte Waffen- und Munitionsfabrik. Während des Dritten Reiches mussten Tausende von Zwangsarbeitern hier unmenschlichen Dienst tun. Insofern ist der Hallenbau auch ein Mahnmal der im Tribunal verhandelten Verbrechen. Die dreitägige Veranstaltung wird vom ZKM in Auseinandersetzung mit dem Roman »Der Prozess« (1914/1915) von Franz Kafka sowie historischen Prozessen wie etwa André Bretons dadaistischem Schauprozess gegen Maurice Barrès (1921), den Nürnberger Prozessen oder dem »Vietnam War Crimes Tribunal« inszeniert. Die Nürnberger Prozesse stehen als erster internationaler Prozess gegen die Kriegsverbrechen beispielhaft für die juristische Verhandlung der individuellen Schuld an Vergehen gegen die Menschlichkeit. Das »Vietnam War Crimes Tribunal«, auch unter dem Namen »Russell-Tribunal« bekannt, wurde 1966 von dem Mathematiker, Philosophen und Literaturnobelpreisträger Lord Bertrand Russel als private Nichtregierungsorganisation ins Leben gerufen, um die US-amerikanischen Kriegsverbrechen im Vietnamkrieg zu untersuchen. Später diente es als Modell für die Untersuchung von Völkerrechtsverletzungen, z. B. das UN-Kriegsverbrechertribunal. Das Tribunal erinnert auch an die Bedeutung Karlsruhes als »Residenzstadt des Rechts«, in der sowohl das Bundesverfassungsgericht, der Bundesgerichtshof als auch die Bundesanwaltschaft ihren Sitz haben.
This week we read Saskia Sassen’s Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy, an exploration of the underlying systems of logic that drive displacement, resource extraction and, ultimately, inequality. Sassen discusses the financial tools, strategies and “instruments” by which corporations and nations amass land, wealth and resources, from the securitizing of subprime mortgages leading […]
Wilderness experiences, like Jesus had, can produce our agenda, passion and calling. God calls us and sets the agenda for our lives in the circle of influence where He places us. Don’t curse the darkness; Instead, turn on the Light.
Wilderness experiences, like Jesus had, can produce our agenda, passion and calling. God calls us and sets the agenda for our lives in the circle of influence where He places us. Don’t curse the darkness; Instead, turn on the Light.
La trêve hivernale a pris fin le 1er avril à 6 heures du matin. Les expulsions vont reprendre, des places d'hébergement d'urgence vont fermer... Pour des dizaines de milliers de locataires, l'angoisse d'être jetés sur le trottoir s'intensifie, car la loi sur le droit à l'hébergement jusqu'au relogement, et la loi DALO ne sont pas respectées. C'est ce que dénonce l'association Droit au Logement. Jean-Baptiste Eyraud, fondateur du DAL, est notre invité. En deuxième partie d'émission, on reçoit Danièle Gambino, programmatrice et directrice adjointe de FGO-Barbara qui co-organise les Rencontres de la Goutte d'Or avec L'Institut des Cultures d'Islam, la Bibliothèque Goutte d'Or et La Salle Saint Bruno. Cette année les rencontres s'appelleront Magic Barbès, un festival cosmopolite entre vaudou et chamanisme. Présentation : Martin Bodrero / Co-interviews et chronique : Alban Barthelemy / Réalisation : Mikel Perez / Web et coordination : Elsa Landard