Category Archives: Justice

Gutteres: Ntawakwihanganira ingeso y’ubusambanyi mu mashirahamwe

Umunyamabanga mukuru wa Onu Antonio Gutteres yigeze gutwara ishami ryitaho impunzi arakeza imikorere ya Oxfam muri rusangi

Umunyamabanga mukuru wa Onu yabwiye BBC ko ata muntu yokwihanganira ingeso y’ubusambanyi mu mashirahamwe y’abagiraneza.

Inama ya EAC izabera i Kampala

Perezida wa Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni

Mu ndwi iza, i Kampala muri Uganda hazokorana inama rukokoma y’abakuru b’ibihugu bya Afurika y’Ubuseruko.

Nk’uko uwo muryango wabitangarije abamenyeshamakuru, iyo nama izarabera hamwe aho ibikorwa vy’iterambere bigeze, n’ikibazo c’ibiganiro bihuza Abarundi.

Kenya: Urubanza rwa Athanase Buregeya Rwaburanishijwe

Igipolisi ca Kenya gicungereye hanze ya sentare nkuru, Nairobi, Kenya, itariki 14/11/ 2017.

Umurundi yitwa Athanase Buregeya yagiriza abapolisi babiri ba Kenya ko bahatswe kumwica mu 2016. Uwo mugabo yahoze akora mu gipolisi cy’Uburundi na Interpol avuga ko abo bapolisi biyemereye ko babitumwe na bamwe mu bategetsi b’Abarundi bakora muri Ambassade y’Uburundi i Nairobi icyo gihe. Urubanza rwatanguye kuri uyu wa gatatu.

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.

Europe: Jihadists Posing as Migrants “More than 50,000 jihadists are now living in Europe.” by Soeren Kern

  • More than 50,000 jihadists are now living in Europe. — Gilles de Kerchove, EU Counterterrorism Coordinator.Europol, the European police office, has identified at least 30,000 active jihadist websites, but EU legislation no longer requires internet service providers to collect and preserve metadata — including data on the location of jihadists — from their customers due to privacy concerns. De Kerchove said this was hindering the ability of police to identify and deter jihadists.

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