The jail, where inmates are housed in barracks and typically do manual labour, is classified as a “red zone” where the administration controls every aspect of life ... “If I was the prison service and I wanted to make Navalny’s life as hellish as possible, I’d send him precisely to this camp,” Eismont added.
Campaign groups such as Liberty argue that police already have extensive powers to control or ban protests and arrest individuals who stray from police-imposed conditions. Patel recently described last year’s Black Lives Matter protests as “dreadful” after previously calling them illegal.
BUENOS AIRES (AFP) - Thousands of people demonstrated in cities across Argentina on Saturday (Feb 27) to protest the "VIP vaccinations" scandal that forced the health minister to resign ... Protesters carrying signs reading "Give me my vaccine" and "Stop wasting our money" gathered outside the government headquarters in Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires ... �.
Managing director Prakash Chand of the Dubai-based firm FD7 Ventures says Bitcoin may have achieved a first-mover position as a digital store of value ... “Aside from the fact that Bitcoin was first to market and society has given it meaning as a store of value, I think Bitcoin is actually pretty useless.”.
NEW DELHI. The old philosophy of having borders and divisions doesn't work anymore and the people in India and Pakistan want to live in peace, laureate said on Sunday, stressing that it is her dream to see the two countries become "good friends" ... they just don't work anymore, as humans we all want to live in peace," she said.
As a poster child for the climate emergency, Miami Beach has become a world leader in mitigating the effects of sea-level rise. Now the subtropical Florida city is cutting back on its famous swaying palm trees as it seeks shadier alternatives to preserve its environment and try to keep residents and visitors cool.
As Donald Trump prepares to return, literally, to the political stage his message will be as feared as it is anticipated ... Keep an eye on the rigour smile as he claps and cheers desperately hoping to avoid political evisceration, humiliation or the ignominy of being ignored.
Activists denounced the arrests as political persecution of opposition figures for an unauthorized poll that drew 600,000 votes last summer ... which China described as a “serious provocation.” ... Critics of the law view it as a blow to the region’s autonomy and civil liberties.