The Dutch Safety Board has today concluded its 15-month long investigation concerning the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine on 17 July 2014. It has concluded that the event was "caused by the detonation of a 9N314M-type warhead launched from the eastern part of Ukraine using a … [Read more...] about Russian-Made Buk Missile Downed Flight MH17 – Dutch Safety Board
The above promo clip from the soon to be released documentary film, “The Serpent in Paradise” that details the experience of several migrant's who have been driven to an obscure and isolated area in 2013. On a quiet morning in the suburbs of Oslo, Norway, a man who was suspected of concealing … [Read more...] about Norway’s Bureau for Police Affairs Prepare’s Submission to Court Against Oslo Police District
On the 8th of July 2014, Nobuhle Enyam and her ex-husband Jean who originated from both South Africa and Chad respectively, (aged around 50) were sitting in car outside their family home preparing a trip to IKEA when they were approached by two plain-clothed female Norwegian Police Officers. Hours … [Read more...] about Norway’s Police Watchdog Drops Case Concerning Racism
The online news broadcasting service AJ+ today published footage of a Hungarian Photographer tripping and kicking refugee's running from police. According to the report, the Photographer worked for the far-right Jobbik-affiliated channel N1 and comes after a memo was leaked from another Hungarian … [Read more...] about A Hungarian Photographer Has Been Filmed Tripping And Kicking Refugees
A NOTE ON THE ABOVE PHOTO: A homeless foreign migrant living under the Sinsen bridge on the east side of Norway's capital, Oslo. The man claimed that living under the bridge was his only option after facing continual removal from other area's by the Oslo Police. Credit: Christian Vassdal. Taken … [Read more...] about Is Norway`s Criminalisation Of The Homeless Racist?
UPDATED THURS 20/8/2015: Manuela Lavinas Picq faced two hours of court deliberations on Monday the 17th at 16:00. The hearing was in order to define the immigration status of the Brazillian academic/journalist who had, several days earlier been subjected to a brutal arrest, beating and later … [Read more...] about How many police in Ecuador does it take to silence a woman who speaks truth to power?