The university’s black law student association said that a number of its members witnessed what it called a “brutal instance of police violence,” saying in a statement that the student screamed for help as he was punched in the torso. The statement, which was signed by more than a dozen other student groups,said that “a pool of blood” was left on the pavement by the struggle. An image published by NBC shows blood in the street where the arrest happened..
Professor LIEL: Turkey has around it, only friendly countries today. It was not like this in the past. It was almost in a war situation with Syria and problems in Cyprus, Armenia, Kurdish but now they settled most of them. It’s a tree branch that parents use to whip kids. I found it so reprehensible. I got emotional about it and was very intense about it.
That’s a question that I’ve been asked a lot lately, and one that I’m hoping to get more answers to by attending the second edition of Chatbot Summit in Berlin at the end of the month. Facebook, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, etc.). Needless to say the space has been hyperactive since the beginning, and it doesn’t show any sign of slowing down..
In Utah, another poll showed Clinton and Trump within a couple points of each other. There are still a huge number of undecided voters. How much of a factor Gary Johnson will be is a key question. YouTube I look at videos that are taken down from YouTube within minutes sometimes. So all of the tech companies realize this is a threat to their ecosystem. They don’t want this kind of pollution of content on their system.
Hopefully, this puts an end to politics by brinksmanship and allows us to move forward to do more to create good jobs and strengthen the economy. Instead of wasting time creating new crises, Congress should be focused on creating new jobs and opportunities. That’s what the American people deserve from their representatives in Washington, and that’s what they should get..
Although the case is a legacy of that era, analysts say it further darkens prospects for an open society after the Islamist led administration drew up a new NGO law seen as a threat to democracy.Robert Becker, the American who stayed for the trial and a former NDI employee, boarded a flight for Rome shortly after the verdict against him was read, Cairo airport sources said.my lawyers advice, I have unwillingly gone into exile until appeals get sorted out, he wrote on his Twitter account.The German sentenced to two years is an employee of the Berlin based Konrad Adenauer Foundation.are outraged and very concerned about the court harsh decisions against the employees of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Cairo and the order to close the office, said German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle. Government had diverted $150 million from its Egypt aid budget to these NGOs, breaking bilateral agreements.verdict is obviously going to have a chilling effect on the climate for civil society in Egypt, but that already been happening for some time, said Shadi Hamid, director of research at the Brookings Doha Centre, a think tank based in the Gulf.The other defendants sentenced in absentia included citizens of Norway, Serbia, Germany and Arab states.The Muslim Brotherhood, banned under Mubarak, has come under fire for proposing new regulations that would severely restrict independent groups. Seeking to ease the concerns, President Mohamed Mursi last week submitted a new draft law to parliament.The EU, a major donor to Cairo, said on Sunday it would unnecessarily constrain the work of NGOs in Egypt, while Washington said the bill imposed significant government controls on the activities and funding of civic groups.