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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Colombia acts on massacres – punishing whistleblower and promoting officers

Sergeant Carlos Mora started to suspect there was something fishy about his brigade’s combat kills when he was posted to an intelligence unit in the region of Norte de Santander in north-east Colombia in 2006. After a sudden spike in the number of “positive” results, he noticed that the corpses of supposed leftwing guerrillas killed in skirmishes with troops seemed oddly placed, and that weapons found next to the bodies often matched those previously confiscated from common criminals. Mora reported his suspicions to his superior officers, but was met with insults and harassment, and found himself sent on increasingly dangerous assignments. When…

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The world ‘largely likes’ the US, says global survey

A global survey of 40 countries by the Pew Research Center finds that large numbers of people have a favourable opinion of the United States, its economy and the US-led fight against the Islamic State. Overall, the US is largely seen in a positive light, with a global median of 69% of people saying they viewed the US favourably. That’s up from 65% in 2013 and 2014, says Pew. But when it comes to the issue of post-9/11 interrogation techniques – which many consider to be torture – the US has received a worldwide rebuke.   US v China   Chinese and…

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Une nouvelle vidéo de l’EI montre des prisonniers exécutés par noyade

Une vidéo diffusée mardi par le groupe djihadiste État islamique (EI) montre l’exécution particulièrement cruelle de 16 hommes présentés comme des «espions», dont certains meurent noyés dans une cage plongée dans une piscine. Cette vidéo de 7 minutes 30 a été mise en ligne sur des sites djihadistes par la branche de l’EI de la province de Ninive, dans le nord de l’Irak, dont Mossoul est la capitale. Elle présente 16 «espions» en tunique orange qui sont identifiés et parlent brièvement à la caméra. Ils sont exécutés en trois groupes selon des méthodes que l’EI n’avait jusqu’à présent pas publiquement…

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Prison worker reportedly smuggled escaped convicts tools in hamburger meat

A prison worker accused of helping two convicted killers break out of a maximum-security New York jail earlier this month smuggled them vital tools that were concealed inside frozen chunks of hamburger meat, according to a report published late Monday. Joyce Mitchell, 51, has been charged with felony promoting prison contraband and misdemeanor criminal facilitation in connection with the escape of Richard Matt and David Sweat from Clinton County Correctional Facility on the night of June 5-6. Court documents allege that Mitchell provided the men with hacksaw blades, chisels, a punch and a screwdriver bit in the weeks prior to…

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La canicule au Pakistan fait plus de 450 morts

Agence France-Presse KARACHI La canicule affectant le sud du Pakistan a fait plus de 450 morts ces trois derniers jours, frappant notamment les plus démunis, ont annoncé mardi les autorités locales, un bilan qui a plus que doublé par rapport à la veille. Agrandir Les effets de la canicule ont été aggravés par des coupures de courant électrique quotidiennes dans le pays. PHOTO ASIF HASSAN, ARCHIVES AFP La plupart des décès ont été recensés à Karachi, la plus grande ville du pays avec ses quelque 20 millions d’habitants, où la température étouffante a atteint 45 degrés Celsius et où les…

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Former ambassador’s bizarre attack on Obama lays bare strains in US-Israeli ties

It’s a peculiar feature of American relations with Israel that more than a few senior diplomats posted from Jerusalem to Washington were once US citizens. The present Israeli ambassador, Ron Dermer, was born in Miami Beach and carried an American passport until he renounced it in 2005 in order to serve as the Jewish state’s economic envoy in DC. When Dermer lived in the US, before moving to Israel two decades ago, he was a Republican party operative. There is a view in the White House that he remains one as ambassador after Dermer colluded with Republican leaders to embarrass Barack Obama, most…

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South Carolina shooting suspect seemed troubled, drawn to white supremacy

His uncle worried he was cooped up in his room too much. The few images of him found easily online suggest he had a fascination with white supremacy, publicly embracing its symbols. And for his birthday this year, his father bought the young man a pistol, the uncle said. Dylann Roof, a 21-year-old white man, was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of having fatally shot nine people at a historic African-American church in South Carolina. The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating Wednesday’s attack as a hate crime, motivated by racism or other prejudice. Those who know Roof described a…

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Euro zone sets emergency summit on Greece as money flees

(Reuters)…Euro zone leaders will hold an emergency summit on Monday to try to avert a Greek default after bank withdrawals accelerated and government revenue slumped as Athens and its international creditors remain deadlocked over a debt deal. Finance ministers of the 19-nation currency bloc failed to make any breakthrough on a cash-for-reforms agreement at talks in Luxembourg on Thursday, just 12 days beforeGreece must make a crucial debt repayment to the International Monetary Fund. “Regrettably … too little progress has been made. No agreement is in sight,” Jeroen Dijsselbloem, chairman of the Eurogroup, told a news conference. Ministers sent a strong signal that…

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Les fusillades américaines les plus meurtrières

Agence France-Presse WASHINGTON La fusillade mercredi dans une église de la communauté noire de Charleston en Caroline du Sud, qui a causé la mort de neuf personnes, constitue l’une des plus meurtrières de ces 25 dernières années aux États-Unis. Voici quelques-unes des pires tueries survenues ces dernières années chez nos voisins du sud. – 16 septembre 2013 : un homme, travaillant pour un sous-traitant de la Défense, ouvre le feu dans des bureaux de la Marine américaine, à Washington, tuant 12 personnes, avant d’être abattu par la police. – 26 juillet 2013 : un homme d’origine cubaine prend en otage et tue six personnes dans…

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Mexico police dismantle video cameras installed by gang

Police in the Mexican city of Reynosa in north-eastern state Tamaulipas state have dismantled 39 surveillance video cameras installed by a local gang. Officers said they surprised two people attaching a camera to a post in a city street on Wednesday evening. The two said they were acting on the orders of a criminal gang, which uses the cameras to monitor the movements of the security forces. Reynosa is racked by violence, with two drug cartels vying for control. The two suspects took officers to the locations of the other 37 cameras they had already installed. They had been put…

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