Amnesty removed the report from their web site ... I kept a Copy of Amnesty PDF. Pls check and see what is Amnesty hidding from you. Ask @Amnesty why they removed the report. Ask @Amnesty why they want by hidding Libya reality? How far they go on Helping Torture as a HumanRight for Libya Rebels? How Torture can become a sport with @Amnesty help.
The leaders of Islamic State maintain a constant liaison with the Turkish government, working out a new approach to the war in Syria as the Russian Air Force cuts off traditional smuggling routes, says Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
#Ukraine - La curiosité journalistique devient fatale même en #France - #medias #censure #PaulMoreira #atlantisme
Ajoutée le 4 févr. 2016
Il y a quelques jours nous avons eu la surprise de voir Canal+ diffuser un reportage sur l'Ukraine réalisé par Paul Moreira: "Ukraine - Les masques de la révolution". Nous fûmes tout d'abord agréablement surpris de constater enfin une volonté d'objectivité dans un reportage de TV mainstream. Nous trouvons certes le film encore trop indulgent envers Kiev et ses soutiens européens (ne montrant pas le pire!), tout en faisant passer quelques allusions sur certaines responsabilités de la Russie que nous ne reconnaissons pas. Mais là étaient probablement les conditions pour qu"il puisse être diffusé. Et ce fut déjà un sacré défi !
Les jours qui ont suivi, la consolation a fait place au dégoût devant la réaction de la traditionnelle bande d'antirusses pro-révolutionnaires obsessionnels qui tient en main la majorité des rédactions de la presse bien pensante (le trio gagnant: Libé, L'express, L'Obs). Paul Moreira va soudain s'apercevoir à quel point les chiens enragés (de garde) veillent sur nos consciences, eux les "vrais journalistes" qui n'ont pas mis un pied là-bas et recopient la dictée de leurs petits copains de Kiev et des activistes enragés "d'Euromaïdan France"."
The 28-member trans-Atlantic military block, along with a number of European countries, is intentionally hyping up the “myth” that Russia allegedly poses a so-called “threat” to Sweden and the Baltic states, Russia’s Foreign Minister said.
At least three people were killed and six wounded when an airstrike in southern Syria hit a Médecins Sans Frontières–supported hospital in the city of Daraa last Friday, the organization has revealed in a statement.
General Zdravko Tolimir, one of the top commanders in the Army of Republika Srpska during the Bosnian War, has died in The Hague detention center. He had been sentenced to life in prison in 2012 for “war crimes against Bosnian Muslim population.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to “put refugees on buses” and flood Europe with migrants if EU leaders did not offer him enough cash to help curb the influx of asylum seekers, a leaked record of a high-level meeting claims.
Moscow provided the Netherlands with radar and other data on the MH17 crash but it has all been ignored, a Russian aviation official said, responding to the relatives of Dutch victims who recently wrote to President Vladimir Putin.
The Pope apparently doesn’t think that Europe is “a barren woman” after all. In a phone call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel after his 2014 European parliament speech, Pope Francis told her the continent wasn’t that ‘infertile,’ an Italian newspaper has reported.
Segundo essa matéria de Middle East Eye, o secretário de Estado dos EUA culpou a 'oposição' pelo continuado bombardeio na Síria:
O secretário de Estado dos EUA John Kerry disse a assessores sírios, horas depois de as conversações de paz de Genebra terem fracassado, que o país deve esperar mais três meses de bombardeio, que "dizimará" a 'oposição'.
Durante conversa à margem da conferência dessa semana de doadores que sustentam a ''oposição'' síria, em Londres, fontes dizem que Kerry culpou a 'oposição' síria por abandonar as conversações e preparar o caminho para uma ofensiva conjunta de Rússia e do governo sírio contra Aleppo.
"Ele disse 'Não ponham a culpa em mim – culpem lá a oposição de vocês mesmos'" – disse a Middle East Eye uma assessora, que pediu para não ser identificada, temendo represálias contra a organização que representa.
"[O secretário Kerry] disse, basicamente, que a oposição não quis negociar e não quis o cessar-fogo e que todos saíram da sala" – disse outra fonte ao MEE em conversa separada e também sob a condição de que seu nome não fosse divulgado.
"'Querem que eu faça o quê? Que declare guerra à Rússia? É isso que vocês querem?" – a primeira assessora disse que Kerry lhe teria perguntado.
O patético porta-voz do Departamento do Estado alegou que a matéria publicada estaria errada:
John Kirby Verified account @statedeptspox@Charles_Lister Story está errada. @JohnKerry não culpou a oposição pelo colapso das conversações, não tem comentários sobre o regime e não acenou na direção de Assad.
Mas o que se lê aqui me leva a crer que a matéria que mostra Kerry vergastando a 'oposição' está certa, pelo menos em parte:
U.S. Embassy Syria @USEmbassySyria#SecKerry sobre bombardeamento de civis na #Síria: Isso tem de parar. Mas não vai parar se as pessoas levantam-se da mesa de negociações ou não se empenham
Quer dizer: o porta-voz do Departamento de Estado nega que os EUA culpem a 'oposição'; e outra parte do Departamento de Estado culpa precisamente a 'oposição': "não vai parar se as pessoas levantam-se da mesa de negociação e não se empenham". Kerry está visivelmente incomodado por o grupo saudita de 'oposição' ter fugido das conversações da ONU em Viena. Mas a culpa é dos "aliados" que os EUA arranjaram.
“Russian and Syrian forces intensified their campaign on rebel-held areas around Aleppo that are still home to around 350,000 people and aid workers have said the city - Syria's largest before the war - could soon fall.”
Can you spot what’s wrong with that quote, from a Reuters piece out today? Here’s the problem: “could soon fall” implies that Aleppo is on the verge of succumbing to enemy forces. It’s not. It’s already in enemy hands and has been for quite some time. What Reuters should have said is this: “...could soon be liberated.”
While we’ll be the first to admit that Bashar al-Assad isn’t exactly the most benevolent leader in the history of statecraft, you can bet most Syrians wish this war had never started and if you were to ask those stranded in Aleppo what their quality of life is like now, versus what it was like in 2009, we’re fairly certain you’ll discover that residents aren’t particularly enamored with life under the mishmash of rebels that now control the city.
In any event, Russia and Iran have encircled Aleppo and once it “falls” (to quote Reuters) that’s pretty much it for the opposition. Or at least for the “moderate” opposition. And the Saudis and Turks know it.
So does John Kerry, who is desperate to restart stalled peace negotiations in Geneva. The problem for the US and its regional allies is simple: if Russia and Iran wipe out the opposition on the battlefield, there’s no need for peace talks. The Assad government will have been restored and that will be that. ISIS will still be operating in the east, but that’s a problem Moscow and Tehran will solve in short order once the country’s major urban centers are secured.
As we noted on Saturday, Riyadh and Ankara are extremely concerned that the five-year-old effort to oust Assad is about to collapse and indeed, the ground troop trial balloons have already been floated both in Saudi Arabia and in Turkey. For their part, the Russians and the Iranians have indicated their willingness to discuss a ceasefire but according to John Kerry himself, the opposition is now unwilling to come to the table.
“Don’t blame me – go and blame your opposition,’” an exasperated Kerry told aid workers on the sidelines of the Syria donor conference in London this week.
Democracy or disintegration are the EU’s only options, Greece’s ex-finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, said before the official launch of a pan-European political movement he hopes will help tackle the nationalization of policies in the 28-member union.
Turkish police have fired tear gas at thousands of people protesting in the city of Diyarbakir. Citizens of the Kurdish-majority city had been demonstrating against the continuation of a crackdown on Kurdish activists by Turkish police.
Parties to the Syrian conflict, including anti-government armed groups, as well as Al-Nusra Front and Islamic State, have committed "serious violations" of the rights of detainees, including torture and killing, according to United Nations investigators.
Russian citizens detained in Turkey on suspicion of terror-linked activities are usually deported to third countries, thus escaping prosecution, says Russia’s ambassador to Ankara. None of them have ever been charged in Turkey.
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