Erdoğan: Greenpeace Activists Have Always Been Trouble in Black Sea

About hydroelectric power plants, President Erdoğan has said “they revolutionized”, they confronted difficulties in this matter and continued, “Greenpeace activists have always been trouble in our Black Sea”. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has spoken at Electric Power Plants Mass Opening Ceremonies organized in Beştepe Cultural and Congress Center. Erdoğan said they’ve started preparations for a… Read More

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Amnesty India closes offices, postpones events after sedition accusation

NEW DELHI: Amnesty International India has temporarily closed its offices and postponed events aimed at raising awareness of rights abuses over safety concerns for its staff after the charity was accused of sedition+ by protesters, a spokeswoman said on Wednesday. Political activists held demonstrations against the rights group on Tuesday and Wednesday, accusing it of… Read More

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NGO ban: US State Dept is unhappy as Russian declares of Soros NGO undesirable to operate

The U.S. State Department is not happy with the Russian authorities having classified the various Soros NGO’s as “undesirable.” According to Washington, this would be a further step in preventing the kinds of activities beneficial to civil society and the Russian people. What was Putin thinking?  Blocking philanthropists and friends of mankind in conducting their… Read More

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Eritrea misery making: A U.N. report shows abuse on level of slavery

It was a signal of serious humanitarian problems in the East African nation of Eritrea that a disproportionate number of the refugees flowing across the Mediterranean into Europe were fleeing from that nation of only 6 million. Confirmation of the dire situation in Eritrea has now come in the form of a report released Tuesday,… Read More

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Greece: Cycle of Patmos NGO declared fraud

Fourteen people in a disbanded Greek NGO called the Cycle of Patmos which held environmental conferences on cruise ships that lured religious leaders and top analysts have been charged with criminal fraud and money laundering after they could not account for 3 million euros ($4 million) in their financial records.   Those charged include 10… Read More

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