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Iran opposition leader under house arrest on hunger strike

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) " An Iranian opposition leader who has been under house arrest since 2011 has begun a hunger strike over his detention.A website associated with Mahdi Karroubi..
New Zealand Herald

Why Australia's detention centres on Nauru and Manus Island are still open

Oscar-winning filmmaker Eva Orner on documenting life inside Nauru and Manus and the effects of Australia's harsh immigration detention policies.
Al Jazeera

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News video: Asylum Seekers on Manus Island Cross Hands in Silent Protests

Asylum Seekers on Manus Island Cross Hands in Silent Protests 00:42

Daily protests in the Australian offshore detention centres on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea continued, with the men in the compounds holding their demonstrations in silence.Photos and videos from..
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News video: Suspect in fatal Selmon Expressway crash sobs in court; denied bond, held on pre-trial detention-Digital Short

Suspect in fatal Selmon Expressway crash sobs in court; denied bond, held on pre-trial detention-Digital Short 01:52

Amber Perera, the suspect charged in a fatal crash that claimed the lives of two adults and one child on the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway in South Tampa on Thursday, August 10th will remain in jail..
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News video: Armed robber was wearing a Clark County Detention Center shirt

Armed robber was wearing a Clark County Detention Center shirt 00:21

Police are searching for a suspect wearing a Clark County Detention Center shirt. Investigators say he robbed a store with a shotgun near Charleston and Decatur.
Source: Rumble -

News video: Corrections Officers Accused of Taking Bribes at Facility Used by ICE, US Marshals

Corrections Officers Accused of Taking Bribes at Facility Used by ICE, US Marshals 00:31

Officers at a Queens detention facility used by ICE and U.S. Marshals have been accused taking bribes.
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News video: Suspect in fatal Selmon Expressway crash sobs in court; denied bond, held on pre-trial detention

Suspect in fatal Selmon Expressway crash sobs in court; denied bond, held on pre-trial detention 02:20

Amber Perera, the suspect charged in a fatal crash that claimed the lives of two adults and one child on the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway in South Tampa on Thursday, August 10th will remain in jail..
Source: ABC Action News -

 

Turkey orders 70 former ministry personnel detained

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish authorities issued detention warrants for 70 former finance ministry employees on Thursday over alleged links to last year's failed coup attempt, broadcaster CNN Turk said.
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Chasing Asylum: Australia's Offshore Detention Centres

Life in Australia's detention camps on Nauru and Manus Island through the eyes of asylum seekers and whistleblowers.
Al Jazeera

Australian court: Refugee camp in Papua New Guinea is legal

SYDNEY (AP) — Australia’s highest court has ruled that the country’s policy of sending asylum seekers to migrant camps in Papua New Guinea is valid. Thursday’s decision by the High Court of..
Seattle Times

US State Report Says Saudi Arabia, Bahrain Worst Persecutors Of Religious Minorities

The United States issued its annual religious freedom report on Tuesday, slamming its allies in the Gulf, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, for persecuting religious minorities. Launching the first report..
Eurasia Review

Australia's asylum seeker deal with Papua New Guinea is valid, High Court rules

Australia's offshore immigration detention agreement with Papua New Guinea is valid, the High Court has ruled.
Brisbane Times

Peter Dutton loses appeal over detention phones

The federal government has lost an appeal over a court ruling that mobile phones cannot be taken from people being held in immigration detention.
Brisbane Times

Defiant UP madrasas might face NSA case

Quite a few madrasas (Islamic schools) in Uttar Pradesh may face action under the stringent National Security Act (NSA) for partly defying the Yogi Adityanath government's order that the tricolour must..
DNA

Detention of Indian soldier Dharam Pal Singh: No response from Pakistan, MEA tells court

The matter came to light during the hearing of a Civil Writ Petition filed by Dharam Pal Singh's wife, Pal Kaur.
India Today

Telangana degree students to face detention if they secure marks below 50%

With the coming academic year, the degree students in Telangana will face detention if they fail to obtain 50 per cent marks in their semester examinations. 
Zee News

Venezuelan protesting violinist released by authorities

CARACAS (Reuters) - A young violin player who became a symbol of anti-government protests in Venezuela was released on Tuesday after three weeks in detention, according to the country's chief..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

No-detention policy ruined edu system: Arvind Kejriwal

However, the students will have to be given a second chance to improve via an examination before they are detained
DNA

Degree students scoring below 50% marks to face detention


IndiaTimes

Israel arrests radical Islamic cleric for inciting violence

Raed Salah, head of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, was questioned for allegedly supporting and inciting violence and terrorism, police said. Israel outlawed his group in 2015...
IndiaTimes

Independence Day 2017: India celebrates with zeal on August 15

Patriotic fervour gripped the nation on the 71st Independence Day today as people from across states and Union territories came together to celebrate the occasion underlining the spirit of unity in..
DNA

Shiamak Davar celebrates Spirit of Independence with Mumbai Auto and Taximen

Hands in the air and inhibitions lost somewhere! An integral part of public transport Back bone- the Mumbai Autorickshaw and Taximen Union swayed to the popular Marathi number of Zingaat as Shiamak..
Mid-Day

U.N. panel urges end to detention of would-be immigrants in U.S.

GENEVA (Reuters) - A U.N. human rights panel urged the United States on Monday to end widespread detention of would-be immigrants including asylum-seekers, saying the practice has "grown exponentially"..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

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