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com. which took place at the Lembang Lempo Poton village in South Sulawesi. on March 6 sparking protests against perceived police brutality and institutional racism will learn Tuesday whether he will face charges over the death Wisconsin county prosecutor Ismael Ozanne said Sunday Officer Matt Kenny 45 was responding to reports that a man suspected of assaulting two people was weaving through traffic on foot reports Reuters Investigators say 19-year-old Tony Robinson Jr was shot in his apartment after he attacked Kenny but no other details have been released A county medical examiner says Robinson was shot in the head torso and right arm The incident motivated peaceful demonstrations in Madison organized by the Young Gifted and Black Coalition They have called for Kenny to be fired and charged with homicide A number of racially charged episodes involving the police and the black community has put the debate about perceived institutional racism at the forefront of Americas national conversation Last month in South Carolina officer Michael Slager was charged with homicide for shooting Walter Scott as he was running away On May 2 Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson was charged with second-degree murder for the death of Freddie Gray Five other officers involved in that arrest which resulted Gray’s death from a severe neck and spine injury are facing various other charges [Reuters] Contact us at editors@timecomJerusalem:Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday he was cancelling an agreement with the UN refugee agency to relocate thousands of African migrants bowing to right-wing pressure to scrap the deal The agency the UNHCR said it hoped Israel would reconsider the decision soon and offered to work with it to identify and “respond to the protection needs” of asylum seekers in the country Netanyahu’s critics seized on his backtracking on the arrangement — under which thousands of other migrants would have won the right to remain in Israel — as a sign of political weakness The prime minister is the subject of police investigations into suspected corruption which he denies in the greatest challenges to his career yet File image of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu AP For the estimated 37000 African migrants in Israel most of them from Eritrea and Sudan a whirlwind of announcements about their future has swept their status even deeper into limbo Outside a government complex in Tel Aviv where Netanyahu said he was scrapping the deal several African men wrapped themselves in chains in a protest that put their sense of powerlessness on display On Monday Netanyahu announced live on television an arrangement with the UNHCR that would have relocated about 16250 migrants to Western countries But the fact that thousands more would be allowed to stay raised an outcry from right-wing politicians and on social media from Netanyahu’s nationalist voter base which wants the migrants expelled He then posted on Facebook he was putting the agreement’s implementation on hold By Tuesday the deal was dead “I have listened carefully to the many comments on the agreement As a result and after I again weighed the advantages and disadvantages I decided to cancel the deal” a statement from the prime minister’s office quoted Netanyahu as saying He made the remarks at a meeting with representatives of residents of south Tel Aviv a poor area that has attracted the largest migrant community and where many of its inhabitants want the Africans out The fate of migrants who entered Israel illegally by trekking across a desert border with Egypt has posed a moral dilemma for a state founded as a haven for Jews from persecution and a national home In a joint statement Israeli human rights groups condemned the decision to cancel the agreement accusing Netanyahu of playing “political games” The groups said Israel is capable of absorbing all of the migrants describing them as “asylum-seekers who came knocking on its door” Before announcing the deal Israel had been moving ahead with plans to deport many of the Africans to Rwanda But the Supreme Court intervened freezing such deportations in March and Netanyahu said Rwanda had buckled to international pressure and reneged on the deal “Despite legal restraints and international difficulties that are piling up we will continue to act with determination to explore all of the options at our disposal to remove the infiltrators” Netanyahu said in his statement on Tuesday His publicist told me Prince was sick of seeing the words "diminutive" and "Purple Rain" lead off nearly every piece published, It was uncovered that the several attempts put in place to revive Mr. “Earlier, to Lagos in connection with the Apapa Port Gridlock, Its very flattering. and two methods suggest it could be as much as 19, She is joined by Arunachalam Muruganantham, "The scourge of our planet is a group of rogue regimes.

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