Daily Archives: January 12, 2018

France’s War against Firefighters and Police by Yves Mamou

PARIS, FRANCE – APRIL 20: Police secure the area after a gunman opened fire on Champs Elysees on April 20, 2017 in Paris, France. One police officer has been killed, and a second injured by a gunman on The Champs Elysees. Security is heightened in Paris with the first round of France’s presidential election on Sunday. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)

A silent war against French police and firefighters is in full swing. “2,280 firefighters were assaulted in 2016… As a result, the police are called to certain areas just to protect the firefighters.” — National Observatory of Delinquency, Radio Europe 1.

Germany: Berlin’s Police Problem by Stefan Frank

BERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 15: Police enter a new police station shortly after the inauguration at Alexanderplatz on December 15, 2017 in Berlin, Germany. Alexanderplatz, at the heart of Berlin, has seen a steep rise in crime in recent years, with police reporting an average of 18 crimes a day, including occasional fights and stabbings between rival groups in the early hours. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)

According to reports, frequent, habitual and sometimes criminal misconduct by Berlin’s police cadets, especially those with a migrant background, is rampant in the Berlin-Spandau police academy.

Nigute wamenya ko impano igukoreramo ariy’lmana cyangwa ko ar’iyabadayimon


      Impano ýo guhanura

Umwakagara bagiye kumurashisha igisasu kitabonwa na ya mbunda ya anti misile


      Igisasu 2018

Umwakagara arazibandwa azijyanahe?


      ONU II
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