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Brasiliens oberstes Gericht hat die Korruptionsurteile gegen den ehemaligen Präsidenten Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva aufgehoben. Richter Edson Fachin kassierte gestern alle vier Verurteilungen gegen den 75-Jährigen.
Brazil’s Supreme Court Judge Edson Fachin on Monday overturned all convictions related to the Car Wash operation that the Federal Justice in the state of Parana held against Workers‘ Party leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
Today, unarmed peaceful protests were suppressed in South Okkalapa, Tamwe, Mingalar Taung Nyunt, Sanchaung, Ahlone, Insein, Tharkayta, and Thanlyin Township, Yangon Region, Taungoo, Bago Townships, Bago Region, Mandalay Township, Pyinmana Township, Naypyidaw, Myitkyina Township, Kachin State, Muse Township in Shan State, Pyapon and Labutta Townships in Ayeyarwady Region, and Dawei Township in Tanintharyi Region using sound grenades, tear-gas, water cannons, rubber bullets, and live ammunition.
Especially the case in Myitkyina Township. Two men were shot dead in the head and one woman was seriously injured in her arm. In Pyapon Township in Ayeyarwady Region, one civilian was shot dead in the abdomen and six others were injured, including two with serious injuries.
Amid the continued violent crackdown on anti-coup protesters in Myanmar,… the country’s military has been carrying out overnight raids, arresting people and even torturing them.
Security forces have reportedly arrested at least three people on charges of organizing and supporting the protest movement in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon.
According to local media,… a ward chairman from Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy party was also found dead in a military hospital on Sunday,… after being arrested in the overnight raid.
Die NachDenkSeiten hatten am letzten Montag über das blutige Vorgehen der Junta gegen die Demonstranten berichtet. (Blutsonntag in Myanmar) Mindestens 18 Menschen waren an diesem Tag erschossen worden. Am vergangenen Mittwoch, 3. März, bewiesen die Sicherheitskräfte, dass sie es noch besser können: Am Mittwoch wurden 38 Menschen von der blutrünstigen Soldateska im Dienste der burmesischen Junta ermordet. Es war ein Tag der erneuten Eskalation im Krieg der Junta gegen ihr eigenes Volk, gegen unbewaffnete Demonstranten, die sich der Machtübernahme vom 1. Februar widersetzten. Mit scharfer Munition töteten sie Menschen im ganzen Land und verwundeten viele weitere. Es wird von Opfern in Mandalay, Monywa, Myingyan, Salay und Mawlamyine berichtet. Von Jinthana Sunthorn, Hongkong, Übersetzung von der Redaktion.
She teaches me every day what it means to be truly noble. Her words illustrate the pain and cruelty she’s experienced.
I know firsthand the sexism and racism institutions and the media use to vilify women and people of color to minimise us, to break us down and demonise us. We must recognize our obligation to decry malicious, unfounded gossip and tabloid journalism.
A princess so tragically taken in the prime of her life, who came into the British Royal family and the public eye as a shy young woman, grew into one of the most popular and adored woman in the world. She brought a breath of fresh air into the Windsor household and helped to change the public perception of the monarchy. She reached out and touched so many people’s hearts, as she often struggled with her own personal life. Her two sons have grown into fine young men, with much of their mother’s feisty spirit.
Just that morning, she said she told her husband about her suicidal thoughts. “I was ashamed to say it,” she told Winfrey, “ashamed to admit it, but I knew If I didn’t say it, I would do it.”
Harry, she said, cradled her and, over time, began to formulate a plan to ease the pressure and ensure that the tragedy that had engulfed his mother, Princess Diana, would not repeat itself.
Speaking on CBS she declined to say who had this conversation with Harry, which he then relayed to her, saying revealing their name would be „very damaging“.
Fast 8 Mrd. Euro (plus nationale Hebel) soll der „Europäische Verteidigungsfonds“ zur Erforschung und Entwicklung von EU-Rüstungsprojekten umfassen.
Am Nachmittag wird landesweit zu Demonstrationen aufgerufen, die am Abend in einem cacerolazo, also dem lauten Schlagen auf Töpfen und Pfannen, enden sollen, um „gegen Ausgangssperre und Staatsterrorismus“ zu demonstrieren.
“I say this with great sadness, there were grounds for the decision. I don’t want Israel to face these situations… but Israel needs to ask itself what it needs to do to prevent that,” he added.
Horowitz, who has led the Meretz party since 2019, also urged Israel to cooperate with the Hague in its investigation, which is looking into possible war crimes committed in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and east Jerusalem.
Israeli authorities claimed they opened fire in response to some protesters who had encroached near the fence, burning tires and hurling stones or molotov cocktails. Footage that emerged from the chaotic scene suggested Israeli soldiers targeted unarmed protesters, including some who were running away and were shot from a distance by snipers.
The killing of Palestinians is accepted in Israel more lightly than the killing of mosquitoes. There’s nothing cheaper in Israel than Palestinian blood. If there were a hundred or even a thousand deaths Israel would still “salute” the IDF. This is the army whose commander, the good and moderate Gadi Eisenkot, is received with such pride by Israelis. Of course, in the holiday media interviews, no one asked him about the anticipated massacre and no one will ask him now either.
Israel and Gaza’s ruling Hamas agreed to an open-ended ceasefire on August 26 after seven weeks of fighting – an uneasy deal that halted the Protective Edge operation, with more than 2,200 killed.
The IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) began their current operation against Hamas after three teens were kidnapped and killed. The military op has already claimed over 1,500 civilian lives in Gaza.
Israel’s Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi met Sunday his Brazilian counterpart in Jerusalem and thanked his country for its “steadfast position against the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to launch a [war crimes] probe” against the Jewish state.
“It is a decision that harms international law and distances the possibility to advance negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians,” Ashkenazi stressed at the meeting.
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Saudi Arabia said some of the world’s most protected oil infrastructure came under missile and drone attack in an escalation of regional hostilities that sent crude prices surging.
The attacks on Sunday were intercepted, Saudi Arabia said, and oil output appeared to be unaffected.
Like NATO, Afghan officials stated that it is critical for U.S. troops to remain so that Taliban and Afghan leaders can reach peace agreements. According to the Washington Post, Afghan officials announced that the maintenance of a small U.S. counter-terrorism force in Afghanistan would provide the country’s government with more leverage during peace talks than the country would have without military aid. These negotiations could bring a decades-long, violent war to a peaceful end.
Negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban began in September as part of a February 2020 agreement between the militants and the United States. But the talks have faltered over issues like a prisoner exchange and reductions in violence.
Mr. Blinken wrote that the United States had not decided whether to withdraw the remaining 2,500 American troops from Afghanistan by May 1, as outlined in its agreement with the Taliban.