About 36 Indian police hurt in clashes with Adani port protesters

As many as 36 police were injured in clashes with protesters in India’s southern state of Kerala who were demanding the release of a person arrested during a demonstration against a $900-million port project of the Adani Group, officials said.   The growing agitation is a major headache for Adani’s ports and logistics business worth $23 billion. The location of […]

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Death of Moroccan Peacekeeper in CAR: Security Council, UN SG Express Condolences to Morocco

In a press statement adopted on Friday, the UNSC members expressed their deepest condolences and sympathy to the family of the peacekeeper, to Morocco, and to the United Nations.   They condemned in the strongest terms the attack on the Obo airfield in the southeast of the Central African Republic.   For his part, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres expressed, in […]

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Human rights at heart of Jerandi/OHCHR’s Volkmann talk

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Migration and Tunisians Abroad Othman Jerandi on Friday reaffirmed Tunisia’s unwavering commitment to human rights and promotion of freedoms.   Tunisia has made major strides in this field, but this does not overshadow certain shortcomings, he indicated during his talk with Director of the Field Operations and Technical Cooperation Division of the Office of the High […]

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Human rights in security programmes and policies, focus of working session between Interior Ministry and OHCHR

Commitment to the highest standards in the field of promotion and protection of human rights and their increased integration in security programmes and policies, was the focus of a working session held Friday at the Interior Ministry headquarters, between a number of senior civilian and security officials and a delegation from the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, […]

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Justice Minister Meets with Prosecutor General of Vietnam’s Supreme People’s Procuracy

On this occasion, Ouahbi reviewed Morocco’s achievements in various fields, including the defense of human rights and the consolidation of the principles of good governance, highlighting the action of the Ministry of Justice and the importance of the projects launched, including the modernization and digitization of the judicial administration, the upgrading of infrastructure and the qualification of human resources.   […]

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Dangerous drug dealer arrested in Sousse

A dangerous 27-year-old drug dealer was arrested on Thursday at dawn in Sousse governorate by the Sousse National Guard Investigation and Inspection Team Unit.   The suspect, a Tunisian national, had 280 grammes of raw cocaine in his possession with the intention of selling it, a security source told TAP.   He was placed into custody and an investigation was […]

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Nine Killed in Road Accidents in Morocco’s Urban Areas Last Week

These accidents were mainly due to non-respect of priority, excessive speeding, non-control of vehicles and pedestrian and driver errors, the source pointed out in a statement on Wednesday.   A total of 43,188 traffic tickets were issued by the police during the same week.   The sum of fines paid by road traffic violators reached MAD 7,543,250 , the statement […]

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Appeal chambers of Administrative Court rule on candidate submission disputes

The appeal chambers of the Administrative Court, on Friday, ruled on candidate submission cases for the election of the House of People’s Representatives on December 17, said spokesperson for the Court Imed Ghabri.   The appeal chambers have approved the submissions of two files among the 15 received for examination in appeal, he added.   The appeal chambers issued 6 […]

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Police break up trafficking operation run from Sicily

ROME, Police on Thursday arrested 18 people, 11 Tunisian nationals and seven Italians, to break up a human trafficking ring that operated from Sicily. The traffickers allegedly regularly took off from the port of Gela or from the coast of the province of Agrigento to pick up asylum seekers in Tunisia and then immediately return with them to Italy. Police […]

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Police break up human trafficking operation run from Sicily

ROME, Police on Thursday arrested 18 people, 11 Tunisian nationals and seven Italians, to break up a human trafficking ring that operated from Sicily. The traffickers allegedly regularly took off from the port of Gela or from the coast of the province of Agrigento to pick up asylum seekers in Tunisia and then immediately return with them to Italy. Police […]

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Migrant traffickers ran operation from Gela

ROME, Police on Thursday arrested 18 people, 11 Tunisian nationals and seven Italians, to break up a human trafficking ring that operated from Sicily.   The traffickers allegedly regularly took off from the port of Gela or from the coast of the province of Agrigento to pick up asylum seekers in Tunisia and then immediately return with them to Italy. […]

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