Successful start of #assured. Campaign against deportations to Afghanistan.
“The road was full of blood and ashes.”
Ruthless insurgent attacks on civilians in #Afghanistan are on the rise leaving behind death, destruction & unspeakable human suffering @hrw report documents devastating long-term costs for survivors & families. https://t.co/v1MSwezidc pic.twitter.com/TkMKVOpIhM
— Lotte Leicht (@LotteLeicht1) 9. Mai 2018
Recently, a group of 15-year-old students from a girls’ secondary school in the Palestinian Authority audited the construction of a swimming pool in their town. Bravo, young #corruption fighters! Read more: https://t.co/AFPhJKh4D0 pic.twitter.com/r5NPWJfTDt
— Transparency Int’l (@anticorruption) 9. Mai 2018
Lifeless victims being piled into ambulances.
Terrible images of suicide attacks in #Afghanistan have become all too familiar.
But once the news cycle moves on, what next? How do survivors and grieving families cope?
— Lotte Leicht (@LotteLeicht1) 8. Mai 2018
More essential reading about Gina Haspel. Fills in at least some gaps in information CIA has been unwilling to disclose https://t.co/meU8K9Aex1 journalists and others should not have to work this hard to get such basic information about someone nominated for such a senior post
— Laura Pitter (@Laurapitter) 8. Mai 2018
Do you remember this horrific incident? Today @ForensicArchi releases new research and announces that together with @seawatchcrew, @GLAN_LAW, @ArciNazionale, @ASGI_it and @YaleLawSch they are taking Italy to the ECHR https://t.co/U63sQWmn5J https://t.co/gjykzMnQDR
— María Serrano Martin (@marsemavi) 8. Mai 2018
In Rome today, Forensic Oceanography and partners –@GLAN_LAW/@ArciNazionale/@ASGI_it/@YaleLawSch – present the case of Sea Watch 3, an NGO rescue ship, in support of legal action against Italy over lethal ‚pull-back‘ tactics against migrants in the Mediterranean. Story below. https://t.co/qHXZD4BflR
— Forensic Architecture (@ForensicArchi) 8. Mai 2018
„What emerges is a harrowing story that brings the dramatic effects of Italy and the EU’s policy of ‘pull-back by proxy’ into sharp relief.“ Lorenzo Pezzani on Forensic Oceanography’s latest investigation. @ForensicArchi https://t.co/muoL427kDL
— Goldsmiths (@GoldsmithsUoL) 8. Mai 2018
— UN Refugee Agency (@Refugees) 8. Mai 2018
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