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Emmerson said “progress in achieving the key goals set out in in the resolution is not only slow but seems to have ground to a virtual halt”. ? Superintendent of Police with the Pune division of the SHP, “The most important thing is that there are so many releases in a week so, An apology for the 1984 riots could help boost his image as well. anointed vice-president because of his birth.based on an inquiry report submitted by a GMCH committee,one of the three judges on the Bench which heard the case,” Watford has opened the Premier League season with a draw against Liverpool and victory over Bournemouth.
with City’s priority being to gain promotion from the League Championship. Diego Maradona, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 15,000 hectares is wasteland while the acquisition process is on for the remaining area. According to the plan,said: ? near Cox’s Bazar, said. 2014 12:50 am Related News Arguably, called ‘Genius of the Year’.
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Speculations are rife on what numbers the parties would present to Governor Vohra on the first day of the year, according to survivors.But the airport will be able to enhace additional security through the Maharashtra security guard board, said an official Airport officials at Juhu will also be approaching the BMC to get clearance for the pruning of trees that have come up along the runway 26 funnel zone For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 20 2010 2:50 am Related News Ronit Singh Bisht and Kyra Shroff registered straight set victories to enter the boys and girls semi-finalsrespectivelyof the ITF junior Grade II tournament at the DLTA complex on Wednesday While seventh seed Ronit beat Hong Kongs Justin To 6-2 6-2 in his quarter-final matchwildcard entrant Kyra got the better of compatriot Natasha Palha 6-3 6-1 in the girls last eight stage Ronit will now take on second seeded Chinas Chu Han Wangwho brushed aside Indias Vinod Gowda 6-3 6-0 in another quarter-final encounter The other two Indians in the fray Mansingh Athare and Vaidik Munshaw also crashed out in the quarter-finals Mansingh was humiliated 1-6 1-6 by top seed Liang-Chi Huang of Chinese Taipei while Vaidik lost 3-6 3-6 at the hands of third seed Bowen Ouyang of China MeanwhileKyra will next play second seeded Chinese Ran Tian in the semi-final Ran beat Japans Miho Kowase 6-4 6-4 in her quarter-final match In other girls quarter-final encountersZhaoxuan Yang of China stunned top seed Eri Hozumi of Japan 7-6(5) 6-2 to set up a semi-final clash against fourth-seeded compatriot Zi Yang Yang outclassed local girl Ratnika Batra 6-1 6-0 in her quarter-final match For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Paris | Published: July 6 2017 9:02 am Migrants wait to disembark from the Spanish ship ‘Rio Segura’ in the harbor of Salerno Italy Over 1200 migrants including children were rescued while attempting to cross the Mediterranean (Source: AP) Top News Europe has made a dangerous turn on the Mediterranean Sea as it looks to Libya for help in slowing the number of migrants attempting to reach the continent in flimsy boats Amnesty International said in a report released Thursday The organization called the European Union’s strategy of training the Libyan coast guard to rescue migrants “reckless” By turning to Libya a country in chaos that is the jumping-off point for the hazardous journey the EU has created “A Perfect Storm” the title of Amnesty’s report that could hammer often-desperate migrants with a double vengeance They face the risk of dying at sea or grave human rights abuses once they are returned to Libya and trapped there the human rights group said More than 2000 migrants to Europe have died at sea so far this year while over 73380 have reached Italy the report said citing figures from Italy’s Interior Ministry By year’s end the number of arrivals is expected to match or exceed the 181400 who made it in 2016 which was more than in the two previous years the report said The European Union has been casting about for ways to deal with the crisis notably looking to Libya which has two rival governments for help preventing departures The EU is focusing in particular on equipping and training the Libyan coast guard and Navy to conduct sea rescues and to lead the fight against smuggling and trafficking networks Amnesty said it was “deeply problematic” to unconditionally fund and train Libya where human rights are lacking and the coast guard has been known for violence and even smuggling The group cited an August incident off Libya’s coast in which attackers shot at a Doctors Without Borders rescue boat A UN panel of experts on Libya later confirmed that two officers from a coast guard faction were involved In May the Libyan coast guard intervened in a search-and-rescue operation another non-governmental organization was performing The coast guard officers threatened migrants with weapons took command of their wooden boat and took it back to Libya Amnesty reported “The current situation with the Libyan coast guard is absolutely outrageous” Iverna McGowan who leads Amnesty International’s European Institutions Office said in an interview in Brussels “It is unconscionable that the EU … would allow certain rescue operations that we know are inadequate and trust that with people’s lives” The worst may go unseen McGowan said “People who are disembarked in Libya are going back to unlawful detention centers where they are facing torture rape and other unthinkable abuses” she said The report argues that NGOs need to continue participating in migrant rescues even though Amnesty says responsibility for the task rests with governments It makes no mention of the recent threat by an overwhelmed Italy to prohibit some NGOs from bringing migrants to ports in southern Italy Amnesty said a “multi-country humanitarian operation” under control of Italy is urgently needed and that use of Libyan resources should be conditional on certain limitations including no rescue operations outside territorial waters and the transfer of all rescued migrants to EU or other appropriate vessels Amnesty is not alone in its concern over relying on Libya to ease the European migrant crisis The search-and-rescue director for Save the Children Rob MacGillivray said in a statement that rescued migrants have recounted horrors from Libya including claims of sexual assaults sales to others for work and whippings and electrical shocks in detention centers “Simply pushing desperate people back to Libya which many describe as hell is not a solution” he said EU Migration Commissioner Dimitri Avramopoulos conceded at a recent news conference in Paris that the EU is drawing on a country in “very precarious conditions” The European Union executive on Wednesday beseeched member states to step up their efforts and show goodwill in helping Italy and Greece cope with the surge in migrants crossing the Mediterranean EU Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans said to the applause of legislators at the European Parliament that “it would already make a world of difference in Europe if every single member state would live up to their commitments to show solidarity” The EU made commitments to ease the migrant pressure on Italy and Greece by having other member states take in some of the refugees who have made the dangerous Mediterranean crossing but several countries in eastern and central Europe have shown little or no appetite for doing so For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News (AP photo) Top News US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter has said that operations to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from the Islamic State group were key to defeating the jihadist group.“This is a decisive moment in the campaign to deliver ISIL a lasting defeat” Carter said in a statement on Sunday? 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