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Attorney for man who assaulted Muhlaysia Booker, arrested for disrupting the court

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link: https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2019/10/17/defense-attorney-in-trial-for-man-who-assaulted-muhlaysia-booker-arrested/ Previously: Former judge arrested for hitting Yankees fan https://youtu.be/6-Xu04zTYnk Arizona Adoption Attorney Arrested For Adoption Fraud And Alien Smuggling https://youtu.be/CtO1acQTjhs Judge 'flipped the bird' at two men before her colleagues were shot https://youtu.be/CVnPvWzl-hc Defense attorney arrested, charged w/ 4 felonies, says 'criminals owe me favors' https://youtu.be/g3X6Vi8o470 No diplomatic immunity under the Public Law https://youtu.be/T29VJCuRLsw Attorney in Whiteside County area arrested on sexual assault charges https://youtu.be/3CUIJCkBQvg Brooklyn Supreme Court judge faces obstruction of justice charge https://youtu.be/Ylulw9WrJdA Lakeland city attorney arrested during prostitution sting https://youtu.be/TbNV5jAiyh4 Prominent attorney’s witness tampering case transferred to New Haven https://youtu.be/N24DI4SYlJY El Paso jail magistrate judge arrested in Santa Fe accused of DWI https://youtu.be/8TAbGTZL5sg NJ real estate attorney arrested for stealing $285K from clients https://youtu.be/5W5SLIaW4rU Thai judge shoots himself in chest in apparent courtroom suicide bid https://youtu.be/kpYm2UNIQYI Former Lincolnton attorney arrested for failure to appear https://youtu.be/r-pjSlHDWVs Disbarred attorney accused of killing mom arrested at Tennessee thrift store https://youtu.be/GOsjAIYiIBI Former TX Judge Rudy Delgado sentenced to 5 years behind bars https://youtu.be/jsutqYgSoR8 OKC attorney arrested on federal charges hours after bonding out on state charges https://youtu.be/WMfwOvl9_4Q Prominent Baltimore attorney indicted for aiding Jamaican marijuana kingpin https://youtu.be/RYTQksoEPDg 58 people in Texas charged for illegally dispensing 6 million opioids https://youtu.be/ubSChqyQYf8 NJ judge sues Woodbridge police over 'retaliation, racism' https://youtu.be/223lz5EMCwc NJ judge suspended w/o pay for allegedly groping woman at law office https://youtu.be/tN_GZh5wiEc Attorney round-up news for mid-September, 2019 https://youtu.be/H50Op76Htq8 Straight Pride Parade Fight Creates Constitutional Drama https://youtu.be/gPldm460nQI Judge pleads guilty to breaking into woman's home to steal panties https://youtu.be/OyEhEL3rma8 104 arrested in Ohio child sex sting / priest accused of sexual abuse of a minor https://youtu.be/YCKTHQx_2JY Former New Mexico priest gets 30 years for child sexual abuse https://youtu.be/ko693kf-eDo ‘I’m a superior judge, you can’t arrest me,’ she said as she was arrested https://youtu.be/x50vs4tJgxE Florida attorney accused of having sex with teen who helped with judicial campaign https://youtu.be/Ek5qNYrfd6g LA attorney shoots dead wife, son, himself - tried to kill daughter https://youtu.be/WSi35FqB2DQ Indiana judge shot at White Castle enters guilty plea https://youtu.be/DtUifdZ9Esg Grieving dad jailed for repeatedly criticizing court system https://youtu.be/N8hNbVDrHFo Ex-lawyer 'Excuseman,' who stole from clients, given 3 years in prison https://youtu.be/tlpsRFQkd8g Fall River mayor arrested for extorting marijuana vendors https://youtu.be/J0SWQ51WWTI Central Banks Have Printed $22 Trillion Worth Of New Credit Since 2008 https://youtu.be/HFPXSPQePSc Concussion lawyer charged with defrauding retired NFL players https://youtu.be/THIp8m225y0 Stepmother arrested in murder of 10-year-old Gas City girl https://youtu.be/9pDxwX2ZmNE NJ cop claims chief offered a promotion for sex with cop’s wife or child https://youtu.be/587QxnwWXvI The ambulance chasing conversation https://youtu.be/ma1Q0_Viink Evansville defense attorney arrested on drunk driving charge https://youtu.be/NAwD3weZmj8 DUI/Storm Area 51 Attorney arrested for DUI after crash https://youtu.be/raeViXg-G80 Colorado county judge arrested on suspicion of DUI in Kansas https://youtu.be/IZWGxVVubaQ Attorney round-up for late August, 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AID1QuRQZbA Attorney for top Hollywood lobbying firm arrested for rape, blackmail https://youtu.be/8ljHIf0xNgg Touch-screen polling machine malfunctions in Mississippi Touch-screen polling machine malfunctions in Mississippi Philadelphia suburban attorney charged with stealing from six clients https://youtu.be/Ji2joAJ6AEk Former Norfolk assistant Commonwealth’s attorney charged w/ indecent liberties against children https://youtu.be/XtDxGa2dyNs Polis issues order to investigate Eastern Plains District Attorney for "potential criminal activity" https://youtu.be/v_BBOU1WFM4 Shooting of Georgia appeals judge ‘does not appear to be homicide,’ DA says https://youtu.be/bdIVvm0iUjs Atlanta attorney charged with murder after running over property investor with his Mercedes https://youtu.be/lldlJfTCkPw Houst Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Alan Dershowitz preps counter-suit against alleged Jeffrey Epstein victim

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enclosure image Giuffre alleged she was “lent out” to famed attorney Dershowitz for sex by Epstein. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Kurdish General Said to Reject Turkish Occupation: Syria Update

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Kurdish General Said to Reject Turkish Occupation: Syria Update (Bloomberg) -- President Recep Tayyip Erdogan outlined his understanding of the Turkish-patrolled “safe zone” in northern Syria, saying the U.S. and Russia should also play a role in maintaining a corridor that he wants to stretch along a vast section of Turkey’s border.A deal reached with a top U.S. delegation on Thursday -- which secured a 120-hour cease-fire -- required Kurdish fighters to withdraw from an area 444 km long and 32 km deep, the president told foreign reporters in Istanbul on Friday. “This is what we call the safe zone. The safe zone is not just the area between Ras al-Ayn and Tal Abyad which is yet to be cleared.”But Erdogan’s view clashes with that of the Kurdish YPG, a U.S. ally in the fight against Islamic State. It’s unclear how American officials interpret Thursday’s pact when it comes to defining the area from which the militia must withdraw.Erdogan denied that fighting took place between Turkish troops and Kurdish forces on Friday. However, Syrian state-run Sana news agency said five people were killed in a Turkish airstrike in the Ras Al-Ayn area.Here is a rundown of major events in Turkish local time:Key DevelopmentsTurkish markets rally a day after the U.S.-Turkey deal. Borsa Istanbul-100 index is up 3.7%, most since June 7, as of 5:31 p.m. Two-year government bond yields fell 137 basis points, most since August 2018, to 14.29%. The lira appreciated 1.6% against the dollar in the past two daysU.S. Vice President Mike Pence, Erdogan announced cease-fire deal in Ankara after marathon talks on ThursdayTrump faces Congressional rebuke for Syria pulloutKurdish General Said to Reject Turkish Occupation (11:27 p.m.)In a phone call with U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham, Syrian Democratic Forces commander General Mazloum Abdi said Kurdish fighters are concerned about the cease-fire holding and will not stand by if “hundreds of thousands” of Kurds are pushed out of the so-called safe zone in northern Syria, according to a statement by Graham after the call. “I hope we can find a win-win situation, but I share General Mazloum’s concerns,” Graham, a key Republican foreign policy hawk who strongly criticized Trump’s decision to begin withdrawing troops, said. “I also told him that Congress will stay very involved and is extremely sympathetic to the plight of the Kurds.”Earlier, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo secured the blessing of NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg for the cease-fire deal, amid criticism by France about the U.S. decision to withdraw forces from the region.“I welcome that two NATO allies, the United States and Turkey, have agreed on a way forward,” Stoltenberg, the NATO secretary-general, said at a briefing with Pompeo as the top U.S. diplomat made a brief stop in Brussels. “We all know and understand that the situation in northeast Syria is fragile, difficult, but I believe this statement can help to deescalate the situation.”Trump Says Cease-Fire is ‘Working Out’ So Far (9:22 p.m.)President Donald Trump defended the agreement reached with Turkey for a 120-hour pause in hostilities in northern Syria, saying the “Kurds are very happy about it” then adding, cryptically, “we’ve taken control of the oil that everybody was worried about.” It wasn’t clear what the president meant with that statement.Defense Secretary Mark Esper issued a statement emphasizing that no U.S. ground troops will take part in enforcing the so-called safe zone in northern Syria. Esper added that he’ll be traveling to the Middle East on Saturday to visit troops and international partners before heading to a NATO meeting in Brussels.U.S. Official Says Most Fighting Has Stopped (6:35 p.m.)Most of the fighting in northeast Syria has stopped, a U.S. official said, asking not to be identified. It will take time for things to completely quiet down, which is usually the case in situations like this, the official said.Death Toll in Syria Rises, SOHR Says (6:16 p.m.)The number of people killed in northeast Syria in a day of sporadic clashes, strikes by airplanes and Turkish shelling increased to 14, according to SOHR, a monitoring groupErdogan Speaks on Trump, Graham and Syria (5:26 p.m. Friday)Erdogan said he understands Donald Trump is “under pressure,” but added that he won’t forget the Oct. 9 letter in which the U.S. president warned him not to be a “fool.” Erdogan also accused Senator Lindsey Graham of flip-flopping on whether the Kurdish militants are “terrorists.”The president said the YPG had freed 750 Islamic State detainees, including 150 Turks, d Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Kurdish General Said to Reject Turkish Occupation: Syria Update

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Kurdish General Said to Reject Turkish Occupation: Syria Update (Bloomberg) -- President Recep Tayyip Erdogan outlined his understanding of the Turkish-patrolled “safe zone” in northern Syria, saying the U.S. and Russia should also play a role in maintaining a corridor that he wants to stretch along a vast section of Turkey’s border.A deal reached with a top U.S. delegation on Thursday -- which secured a 120-hour cease-fire -- required Kurdish fighters to withdraw from an area 444 km long and 32 km deep, the president told foreign reporters in Istanbul on Friday. “This is what we call the safe zone. The safe zone is not just the area between Ras al-Ayn and Tal Abyad which is yet to be cleared.”But Erdogan’s view clashes with that of the Kurdish YPG, a U.S. ally in the fight against Islamic State. It’s unclear how American officials interpret Thursday’s pact when it comes to defining the area from which the militia must withdraw.Erdogan denied that fighting took place between Turkish troops and Kurdish forces on Friday. However, Syrian state-run Sana news agency said five people were killed in a Turkish airstrike in the Ras Al-Ayn area.Here is a rundown of major events in Turkish local time:Key DevelopmentsTurkish markets rally a day after the U.S.-Turkey deal. Borsa Istanbul-100 index is up 3.7%, most since June 7, as of 5:31 p.m. Two-year government bond yields fell 137 basis points, most since August 2018, to 14.29%. The lira appreciated 1.6% against the dollar in the past two daysU.S. Vice President Mike Pence, Erdogan announced cease-fire deal in Ankara after marathon talks on ThursdayTrump faces Congressional rebuke for Syria pulloutKurdish General Said to Reject Turkish Occupation (11:27 p.m.)In a phone call with U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham, Syrian Democratic Forces commander General Mazloum Abdi said Kurdish fighters are concerned about the cease-fire holding and will not stand by if “hundreds of thousands” of Kurds are pushed out of the so-called safe zone in northern Syria, according to a statement by Graham after the call. “I hope we can find a win-win situation, but I share General Mazloum’s concerns,” Graham, a key Republican foreign policy hawk who strongly criticized Trump’s decision to begin withdrawing troops, said. “I also told him that Congress will stay very involved and is extremely sympathetic to the plight of the Kurds.”Earlier, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo secured the blessing of NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg for the cease-fire deal, amid criticism by France about the U.S. decision to withdraw forces from the region.“I welcome that two NATO allies, the United States and Turkey, have agreed on a way forward,” Stoltenberg, the NATO secretary-general, said at a briefing with Pompeo as the top U.S. diplomat made a brief stop in Brussels. “We all know and understand that the situation in northeast Syria is fragile, difficult, but I believe this statement can help to deescalate the situation.”Trump Says Cease-Fire is ‘Working Out’ So Far (9:22 p.m.)President Donald Trump defended the agreement reached with Turkey for a 120-hour pause in hostilities in northern Syria, saying the “Kurds are very happy about it” then adding, cryptically, “we’ve taken control of the oil that everybody was worried about.” It wasn’t clear what the president meant with that statement.Defense Secretary Mark Esper issued a statement emphasizing that no U.S. ground troops will take part in enforcing the so-called safe zone in northern Syria. Esper added that he’ll be traveling to the Middle East on Saturday to visit troops and international partners before heading to a NATO meeting in Brussels.U.S. Official Says Most Fighting Has Stopped (6:35 p.m.)Most of the fighting in northeast Syria has stopped, a U.S. official said, asking not to be identified. It will take time for things to completely quiet down, which is usually the case in situations like this, the official said.Death Toll in Syria Rises, SOHR Says (6:16 p.m.)The number of people killed in northeast Syria in a day of sporadic clashes, strikes by airplanes and Turkish shelling increased to 14, according to SOHR, a monitoring groupErdogan Speaks on Trump, Graham and Syria (5:26 p.m. Friday)Erdogan said he understands Donald Trump is “under pressure,” but added that he won’t forget the Oct. 9 letter in which the U.S. president warned him not to be a “fool.” Erdogan also accused Senator Lindsey Graham of flip-flopping on whether the Kurdish militants are “terrorists.”The president said the YPG had freed 750 Islamic State detainees, including 150 Turks, d Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Justice Department Prosecutes Most Immigration-Related Crimes in 25 Years

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WASHINGTON—Department of Justice (DOJ) officials announced Friday that in Fiscal Year 2019 U.S. Attorneys across the country prosecuted the most immigration-related crime cases since such data first began being collected 25 years ago. The 2019 tally reversed a decline in recent years in federal prosecutions of felony illegal re-entry defendants, misdemeanor improper entry defendants, and […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

These Scrubbed Reports Reveal New Secrets Into the Prince Andrew-Jeffrey Epstein Relationship

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Yet, since Epstein’s arrest in July, many of these older articles on Epstein and Maxwell, as well as those focusing on the Epstein-Prince Andrew relationship, have disappeared from the archives of several prominent U.K. media outlets that reported on these relationships years ago. Several of these articles, though largely scrubbed from the internet, were recently obtained by MintPress and a review of their contents makes the likely motive behind their disappearance clear: several articles not only reference Epstein’s connection to both U.S. and Israeli intelligence years before the first investigation into Epstein’s exploitation of minors had even begun, but also reveal surprising aspects of Prince Andrew’s involvement with Epstein that strongly suggest that the Prince partook in illicit sexual activities with minors to a much greater extent than has previously been reported. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Syria Truce Shaky as Erdogan, Kurds Disagree on What It Means

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Syria Truce Shaky as Erdogan, Kurds Disagree on What It Means (Bloomberg) -- Kurdish fighters say they have no intention of withdrawing from Syria’s entire northeastern border -- but that’s exactly what Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expects to happen under the cease-fire accord brokered by the U.S. on Thursday.The conflicting interpretations point to the fragility of the five-day truce deal, which is already being tested with reports of continuing skirmishes between Turkish forces and Syria’s Kurdish YPG militia, which is part of an autonomous administration in the northeast.Ankara says the YPG is linked to Kurdish separatists that it has battled for decades, and launched an offensive into northeastern Syria more than a week ago to push the group back from its border.After days of fighting, Turkey’s army now controls less than 120 kilometers (75 miles) of the frontier between the Syrian towns of Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ayn. But it wants to create a buffer zone on hundreds more, stretching from the Euphrates River in the west to the Iraqi border in the east.The deal struck by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Erdogan -- under which American troops would guide a YPG exit -- was vague on detail. But Turkey has made its interpretation clear.Turkish officials including Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu were quick to boast that they had been given pretty much all they desired.With the ink on the agreement barely dry, Erdogan made it clear that the Kurds must leave a zone 444 km long and as deep as 32 km.“If their promise is not kept the minute when the 120th hour ends, then our operation will continue with even more determination from where it was left off,” Erdogan said in Istanbul on Friday.Turkey, U.S. Agree to Brief Cease-Fire to Allow Kurdish RetreatBut the commander of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, General Mazloum Abdi, sees it differently. He said Thursday night the cease-fire deal was limited to the 120-km stretch between Tal Abyad and Ras Al-Ayn.Jim Jeffrey, the U.S. special envoy for the Syria conflict who was with Pence in Ankara, highlighted the potential obstacle to a lasting deal.“The Turks talk about an aspirational safe zone,” he said, while the U.S. has only defined a central section of the northeast corridor, where Turkish forces have penetrated as deep as 30 kilometers. With Kurdish-led forces vowing not to accept a “Turkish occupation of Syrian territory,” the fighting might not be over yet.Amid differing views on the zone, there were reports of sporadic clashes, airstrikes and Turkish shelling in the area, resulting in the death of 14 people, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a monitoring group.Most of the fighting in northeast Syria has stopped, a U.S. official said, asking not to be identified. It will take time for things to completely quiet down, which is usually the case in situations like this, the official said.(Updates on casualties, U.S. official view on truce.)--With assistance from Justin Sink.To contact the reporter on this story: Selcan Hacaoglu in Ankara at shacaoglu@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Onur Ant at oant@bloomberg.net;Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net;Kevin Whitelaw at kwhitelaw@bloomberg.netFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Syria Truce Shaky as Erdogan, Kurds Disagree on What It Means

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Syria Truce Shaky as Erdogan, Kurds Disagree on What It Means (Bloomberg) -- Kurdish fighters say they have no intention of withdrawing from Syria’s entire northeastern border -- but that’s exactly what Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expects to happen under the cease-fire accord brokered by the U.S. on Thursday.The conflicting interpretations point to the fragility of the five-day truce deal, which is already being tested with reports of continuing skirmishes between Turkish forces and Syria’s Kurdish YPG militia, which is part of an autonomous administration in the northeast.Ankara says the YPG is linked to Kurdish separatists that it has battled for decades, and launched an offensive into northeastern Syria more than a week ago to push the group back from its border.After days of fighting, Turkey’s army now controls less than 120 kilometers (75 miles) of the frontier between the Syrian towns of Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ayn. But it wants to create a buffer zone on hundreds more, stretching from the Euphrates River in the west to the Iraqi border in the east.The deal struck by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Erdogan -- under which American troops would guide a YPG exit -- was vague on detail. But Turkey has made its interpretation clear.Turkish officials including Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu were quick to boast that they had been given pretty much all they desired.With the ink on the agreement barely dry, Erdogan made it clear that the Kurds must leave a zone 444 km long and as deep as 32 km.“If their promise is not kept the minute when the 120th hour ends, then our operation will continue with even more determination from where it was left off,” Erdogan said in Istanbul on Friday.Turkey, U.S. Agree to Brief Cease-Fire to Allow Kurdish RetreatBut the commander of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, General Mazloum Abdi, sees it differently. He said Thursday night the cease-fire deal was limited to the 120-km stretch between Tal Abyad and Ras Al-Ayn.Jim Jeffrey, the U.S. special envoy for the Syria conflict who was with Pence in Ankara, highlighted the potential obstacle to a lasting deal.“The Turks talk about an aspirational safe zone,” he said, while the U.S. has only defined a central section of the northeast corridor, where Turkish forces have penetrated as deep as 30 kilometers. With Kurdish-led forces vowing not to accept a “Turkish occupation of Syrian territory,” the fighting might not be over yet.Amid differing views on the zone, there were reports of sporadic clashes, airstrikes and Turkish shelling in the area, resulting in the death of 14 people, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a monitoring group.Most of the fighting in northeast Syria has stopped, a U.S. official said, asking not to be identified. It will take time for things to completely quiet down, which is usually the case in situations like this, the official said.(Updates on casualties, U.S. official view on truce.)--With assistance from Justin Sink.To contact the reporter on this story: Selcan Hacaoglu in Ankara at shacaoglu@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Onur Ant at oant@bloomberg.net;Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net;Kevin Whitelaw at kwhitelaw@bloomberg.netFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Syria Truce Shaky as Erdogan, Kurds Disagree on What It Means

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Syria Truce Shaky as Erdogan, Kurds Disagree on What It Means (Bloomberg) -- Kurdish fighters say they have no intention of withdrawing from Syria’s entire northeastern border -- but that’s exactly what Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expects to happen under the cease-fire accord brokered by the U.S. on Thursday.The conflicting interpretations point to the fragility of the five-day truce deal, which is already being tested with reports of continuing skirmishes between Turkish forces and Syria’s Kurdish YPG militia, which is part of an autonomous administration in the northeast.Ankara says the YPG is linked to Kurdish separatists that it has battled for decades, and launched an offensive into northeastern Syria more than a week ago to push the group back from its border.After days of fighting, Turkey’s army now controls less than 120 kilometers (75 miles) of the frontier between the Syrian towns of Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ayn. But it wants to create a buffer zone on hundreds more, stretching from the Euphrates River in the west to the Iraqi border in the east.The deal struck by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Erdogan -- under which American troops would guide a YPG exit -- was vague on detail. But Turkey has made its interpretation clear.Turkish officials including Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu were quick to boast that they had been given pretty much all they desired.With the ink on the agreement barely dry, Erdogan made it clear that the Kurds must leave a zone 444 km long and as deep as 32 km.“If their promise is not kept the minute when the 120th hour ends, then our operation will continue with even more determination from where it was left off,” Erdogan said in Istanbul on Friday.Turkey, U.S. Agree to Brief Cease-Fire to Allow Kurdish RetreatBut the commander of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, General Mazloum Abdi, sees it differently. He said Thursday night the cease-fire deal was limited to the 120-km stretch between Tal Abyad and Ras Al-Ayn.Jim Jeffrey, the U.S. special envoy for the Syria conflict who was with Pence in Ankara, highlighted the potential obstacle to a lasting deal.“The Turks talk about an aspirational safe zone,” he said, while the U.S. has only defined a central section of the northeast corridor, where Turkish forces have penetrated as deep as 30 kilometers. With Kurdish-led forces vowing not to accept a “Turkish occupation of Syrian territory,” the fighting might not be over yet.Amid differing views on the zone, there were reports of sporadic clashes, airstrikes and Turkish shelling in the area, resulting in the death of 14 people, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a monitoring group.Most of the fighting in northeast Syria has stopped, a U.S. official said, asking not to be identified. It will take time for things to completely quiet down, which is usually the case in situations like this, the official said.(Updates on casualties, U.S. official view on truce.)--With assistance from Justin Sink.To contact the reporter on this story: Selcan Hacaoglu in Ankara at shacaoglu@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Onur Ant at oant@bloomberg.net;Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net;Kevin Whitelaw at kwhitelaw@bloomberg.netFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Syria Truce Shaky as Erdogan, Kurds Disagree on What It Means

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Syria Truce Shaky as Erdogan, Kurds Disagree on What It Means (Bloomberg) -- Kurdish fighters say they have no intention of withdrawing from Syria’s entire northeastern border -- but that’s exactly what Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expects to happen under the cease-fire accord brokered by the U.S. on Thursday.The conflicting interpretations point to the fragility of the five-day truce deal, which is already being tested with reports of continuing skirmishes between Turkish forces and Syria’s Kurdish YPG militia, which is part of an autonomous administration in the northeast.Ankara says the YPG is linked to Kurdish separatists that it has battled for decades, and launched an offensive into northeastern Syria more than a week ago to push the group back from its border.After days of fighting, Turkey’s army now controls less than 120 kilometers (75 miles) of the frontier between the Syrian towns of Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ayn. But it wants to create a buffer zone on hundreds more, stretching from the Euphrates River in the west to the Iraqi border in the east.The deal struck by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Erdogan -- under which American troops would guide a YPG exit -- was vague on detail. But Turkey has made its interpretation clear.Turkish officials including Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu were quick to boast that they had been given pretty much all they desired.With the ink on the agreement barely dry, Erdogan made it clear that the Kurds must leave a zone 444 km long and as deep as 32 km.“If their promise is not kept the minute when the 120th hour ends, then our operation will continue with even more determination from where it was left off,” Erdogan said in Istanbul on Friday.Turkey, U.S. Agree to Brief Cease-Fire to Allow Kurdish RetreatBut the commander of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, General Mazloum Abdi, sees it differently. He said Thursday night the cease-fire deal was limited to the 120-km stretch between Tal Abyad and Ras Al-Ayn.Jim Jeffrey, the U.S. special envoy for the Syria conflict who was with Pence in Ankara, highlighted the potential obstacle to a lasting deal.“The Turks talk about an aspirational safe zone,” he said, while the U.S. has only defined a central section of the northeast corridor, where Turkish forces have penetrated as deep as 30 kilometers. With Kurdish-led forces vowing not to accept a “Turkish occupation of Syrian territory,” the fighting might not be over yet.Amid differing views on the zone, there were reports of sporadic clashes, airstrikes and Turkish shelling in the area, resulting in the death of 14 people, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a monitoring group.Most of the fighting in northeast Syria has stopped, a U.S. official said, asking not to be identified. It will take time for things to completely quiet down, which is usually the case in situations like this, the official said.(Updates on casualties, U.S. official view on truce.)--With assistance from Justin Sink.To contact the reporter on this story: Selcan Hacaoglu in Ankara at shacaoglu@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Onur Ant at oant@bloomberg.net;Lin Noueihed at lnoueihed@bloomberg.net;Kevin Whitelaw at kwhitelaw@bloomberg.netFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Petr Havel / Tomáš Ouhel – Klimatická krize? – Debatní klub

Debatní Klub 18.10.2019, 17:54

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1; V OSN požadují, aby byla zrušena stránka Mirotvorec. Zástupce OSN připomněl zavraždění bývalého člena domobrany Romana Džumajeva v Mariupolu kvůli tomu, že jeho údaje byly zveřejněny na stránkách Mirotvorce. 2; Kulka zasáhla krk a vyšla z těla hrudníkem. Ostřelovač zlikvidoval karatele z brigády Ivana Serko. Podle informací tiskové služby 92. samostatné mechanizované brigády ukrajinské
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„Ich werde Dich zerstoeren. Ich werde Dich vernichten! Du wirst NIE MEHR DEIN URTEIL OB DER ERDE RICHTEN!!!“ Roman Viktorov, „MEIN Faust“ „Jeden mozog dokáže viac, než miliarda dolárov!“ Fantomas alias GP   „Idu na Vy…“ Venujem svojmu starému otcovi, frontoviku, a taktiež všetkým, ktorí položili svoje životy, ale nedovolili fašizmu prejsť a nestratili svoju ľudskú
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Přehled zpráv – RusVesna, RusNext 16.10.2019

Božena W. 17.10.2019, 20:50

1; Člen Jarošovy ochranky vyhlásil hladovku v ruském vězení. Alexandr Šumkov,který si odpykává trest v Rusku, vyhlásil hladovku. 2; Erdogan sebevědomě odpověděl na Trumpův požadavek ohledně Sýrie. Erdogan prohlásil, že absolutně nemá v úmyslu řídit se výzvami USA. 3; Účastník ATO odjel na Donbas za svým milencem a byl zmlácen. Kyjev poprvé zahajuje proces na
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Tomio Okamura: Ministr Hamáček hájí nepřizpůsobivé migranty.

Tomio Okamura 18.10.2019, 15:01

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Tomio Okamura: ČSSD podporuje migrační centra v ČR!

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Tomio Okamura: ČT záměrně tají negativní informace o svém hospodaření.

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Anketa pořadu Reprotéři ČT s návštěvníky Čapího hnízda. Celý díl pořadu Reportéři ČT sledujte na iVysilani a nebo zde v odkazech. https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/1142743803-reporteri-ct/219452801240026/video/718068 https://www.facebook.com/reporterict/videos/2262678957192058/ Sledujet nás na našich sociálních sítích: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/reporterict/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/reporterict WEB: https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/reporterict #teaser #babis #navstevnici #capihnizdo
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Nebude to analýza ani komentář. Ani nesympatizuji s tureckou vojenskou operací v severní Sýrii, ani jí nevyjadřuji podporu. A nebudu mluvit ani o legitimitě (či jeho nedostatku) hnutí za kurdskou nezávislost. Jen chci upozornit na řadu faktů a logických imperativů, které dle mého názoru odhalují skutečnou podstatu a vyvracejí dezinformační kampaň, jež má za cíl přesvědčit nás o tom, že Putin a Netanjahu si hrají do ruky, nebo ještě lépe, že Putin je loutkou Izraelců. Takže mějte toto na paměti a jdeme na to:
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Ještě "hrajeme" kartu lidských práv nebo už se může říkat pravda?

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Katalánci v báni na 12 a více let, v demokratických volbách zvolení členové EU parlamentu se nemohli dostavit a složit slib, protože by skončili za katrem taktéž. Náš spojenec a člen obranného spolku NATO útočí a páchá válečné zločiny na území sousedního státu. Ještě že máme tu Jourovou ... na místě je: "zase se mi chce zvracet".
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Ukrajina koupila od České republiky várku samohybných houfnic Hvozdik

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Ukrajina koupila od České republiky další várku samohybných houfnic 2S1 Hvozdik. Tentokrát bylo zakoupeno celkem 16 plnohodnotných vozidel a také jejich části včetně věží s instalovanými děly. Tímto způsobem se Ukrajina snaží vyřešit problém spojený s vysokými ztrátami dělostřelectva během války v Donbasu.
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Ukrajinský poslanec Andrij Derkach ve středu prozradil, že bývalý viceprezident Joe Biden obdržel od firmy Burisma Group 900 000 dolarů za aktivity spojené s lobbováním, přičemž se odvolal na materiály, související s vyšetřováním.
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