Justice forbids government to deport children, pregnant women, sick people and deserters – 22/03/2021 – Worldwide

Justice has banned the Brazilian government from deporting migrants considered hypervulnerable, such as children, pregnant women, people with health problems and deserters – as the federal police had done with Venezuelan refugees in Roraima and Amazonas. Federal judge Felipe Bouzada Flores Viana, of the 2nd Federal Civil Court of Roraima, issued an injunction this Sunday … Read more

Leader in vaccination in Latin America, Chile begins to vaccinate the homeless – 03/22/2021 – Worldwide

The Chilean government began on Monday (22) vaccinating the homeless against Covid-19. The vaccine will be applied nationwide to 16,400 people linked to the Calle program – linked to the Ministry of Social Development and Housing. Chile is the Latin American country with the most vaccines relative to the population: 30% of Chileans have already … Read more

Protecting the economy and jobs is not genocide. Campaign for the virus is – Messenger Sideral

We can discuss semantics of whether it is genocide, mass murder, massacre, extermination, and frankly, it would get nowhere. However, especially for the small (still) rational part of Bolsonarists, it must be made clear that the president plays a leading role in the aggressiveness of the pandemic in Brazil. First, let’s make the distinction. Nobody … Read more

Without Trump, NYT and WP audiences collapse in February – 03/22/2021 – Nelson de Sá

In the Washington Post, reporter Paul Farhi writes this Monday under the headline, “Trump Predicted The Journalism Audience” Would Sink When I Was No Longer There. He was not wrong. ” And give the numbers Traffic to the country’s most popular news sites, including the Washington Post, fell in February, according to audience monitoring company … Read more

Myanmar protests: BBC journalist captured by strangers freed – 22/03/2021 – Worldwide

BBC journalist Aung Thura, who was arrested in Myanmar last week while covering the country’s military coup, was released on Monday. Thura, who works for the BBC’s Burmese service, was taken away by men in civilian clothes as he appeared in court in the country’s capital, Naypyitaw. Forty journalists have been arrested since the civilian … Read more

European Union announces sanctions against China for human rights violations in Xinjiang – 03/22/2021 – Worldwide

The European Union has imposed sanctions on China for human rights violations in Xinjiang. It is the first time that the bloc has imposed such punishments against the Asian country in more than 30 years. On Monday, four Chinese officials were sanctioned for ordering arbitrary detentions and coordination measures to prevent Muslims and other minorities … Read more

Murder of British woman sparks protests against new police law – 22/03/2021 – Worldwide

“Kill Bill.” It sounds like a movie name, but it’s the slogan of a British movement against increasing police powers that ended in conflict this weekend in Bristol (West England). In Portuguese, “kill the bill” means “kill the bill”. A protest that brought together around 3,000 people in central London turned into an uproar when … Read more