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War of the meals in Calais: the State takes on the harassment done by the municipality

Faced with the “arrêtés” taken by the town hall of Calais to prohibit the distribution of meals to the exiles on the outskirts of Calais, food distributions had started this Monday outside the hangar Paul Dévot, near the center of Calais (see… 300 more words

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Calais: journalist Haydée Sabéran, Secours Catholique employee and seven minors arrested in front of the showers

As if the prefect of Pas-de-Calais wanted to celebrate his promotion as a prefect of the Normandy region (http://www.lavoixdunord.fr/119050/article/2017-02-15/la-prefete-fabienne-buccio-quitte-le-pas-de-calais), after a Sudanese deported to Sudan and the risk of deportation to Sudan of an Eritrean, a police operation that combines the hunt for minors, the hunt for solidarity people and the hunt for journalists. 374 more words

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Calais: the hunt for the child

A group of eight Afghans turn round the corner of the boulevard. The oldest might be eighteen years old, the others look fifteen or less, hard to say, the road shapes the body and chisels prematurely the faces. 312 more words

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“Stop violence against us”

Guest post from HARC, the HIV/AIDS Research and Welfare Centre, in Bangladesh. This blog post is part of a global series of blog posts to mark International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, 2016. 942 more words

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Calais: when the colour of your face makes you a target

Yesterday, Saint-Pierre Park, around 15h. A police car patrols the streets. It passes in front of people sitting on some benches. Then meets two boys, they could be 15 or 16 years old, and there it stops. 232 more words

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What is happening in Maungdaw Township?

Different groups of military have been conducting operations against the Rohingya villages separately in Maungdaw townships since October 15, Mohin from Maungdaw said. 311 more words

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Book Review: Dark Water - Robert Bryndza *****

At the end of The Night Stalker Erika Foster was disillusioned by her lack of career progression and as this book opens she has moved to another area and is now working on a different team trying to put away a big time drug dealer. 300 more words

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