(JERUSALEM) Court Report: Response to Lawsuit 2018: An Israeli court on April 16, 2019 upheld the government ’s order to deport Omar Shakir, the HRW Israel and Palestine director, said Tuesday: Over 2017 law barring entry to Israel for people who advocate so-called boycotts of Israel or Israeli settlements: The cour t has given Shakir until May 1 to leave the country #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.17: The ruling by the Jerusalem District Court comes in response to a lawsuit filed in May 2018 by the organisation, and Shakir challenging the government’s decision to revoke Shakir’s work permit and the constitutionality of a 2017 law barring entry to Israel for people who advocate so-called boycotts of Israel or Israeli settlements.

A dossier compiled by Israel’s Strategic Affairs and Public Diplomacy Ministry on the activities of Omar Shakir, Human Rights Watch’s Israel and Palestine Director, which served as the basis for the government’s May 7, 2018 decision to revoke his work visExpand

A dossier compiled by Israel’s Strategic Affairs and Public Diplomacy Ministry on the activities of Omar Shakir, Human Rights Watch’s Israel and Palestine Director, which served as the basis for the government’s May 7, 2018 decision to revoke his work visa.

In a new and dangerous interpretation of the law, the court found that Human Rights Watch research and advocacy calling for businesses to stop facilitating abuses in Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank constitutes a call for boycott: The ruling sets a precedent that could hamper the work of other advocacy organisations and jeopardise the status of other rights workers in Israel.

Israel portrays itself as the region’s only democracy, but is set to deport a rights defender over his peaceful advocacy,” said Tom Porteous, deputy program director at Human Rights Watch. “The decision sends the chilling message that those who criticize the involvement of businesses in serious abuses in Israeli settlements risk being barred from Israel and the Israeli-occupied West Bank.”

The court has given Shakir until May 1 to leave the country. Human Rights Watch will appeal the decision to Israel’s Supreme Court and seek an injunction allowing Shakir to remain in Israel until the appeal is heard. The court decision notes that, should Human Rights Watch file an appeal and request such an injunction, it will not enforce the deadline until there is a ruling on the injunction.

This case is the first in which the government has relied on a 2017 amendment to the Law of Entry to deport someone who is already lawfully present in the country.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: April.17: 2019: Read Full Report Here: https://t.me/acenewsdaily/74219

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(WICHITA, Kansas) LATEST: Welfare agency had reports on couple whose son died but declines to comment whist it’s investigating the case: Child welfare authorities had received abuse reports about a couple whose 3-year-old son was found dead in a crib at their mobile home where a baby also was found in critical condition, according to police #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.16: Capt. Brent Allred provided no details Monday on the Kansas Department for Children and Families’ involvement with the family of Zaiden Javonovich, whom investigators believe had been dead for days before his body was found: The welfare agency, which has been under fire after other child deaths, declined to comment while it’s investigating the case.

In this undated booking photo provided by the Sedgwick County, Kansas, Sheriff, is 28-year-old Patrick Javonovich. Police say child welfare authorities had received abuse reports about a Wichita couple, Javonovich and Brandi Marchant, whose 3-year-old son, Zaiden Javonovich, was found dead at their mobile home. Police say an autopsy will determine the cause of death for Javonovich, whose parents were booked into jail last week on suspicion of felony murder. (Sedgwick County Sheriff via AP)

Although welfare officials had received reports, police officers hadn’t received such reports before finding the child’s body Thursday while responding to a domestic disturbance at the home: Police encountered Zaiden’s parents — 28-year-old Patrick Javonovich and 22-year-old Brandi Marchant — as they walked back to the home.

Inside, officers found Zaiden’s body wrapped in a blanket in a crib. Allred said Zaiden suffered “obvious injuries,” but he didn’t elaborate: Officers also found an injured 4-month-old boy, who was taken to a hospital in critical condition. Allred said the baby is improving………………”It’s shocking to see adults treat their kids in the way these two were treated,” Allred said. “It’s, I say, pathetic, because that’s what it is.”

The parents are jailed on $200,000 bonds on suspicion of first-degree murder and two counts of aggravated child endangerment: Sedgwick County prosecutor’s office spokesman Dan Dillon said he expects a judge would appoint the couple an attorney when they make a first court appearance Tuesday afternoon.

The home, where the family had lived for a couple months, had food and no signs of drug use, police said: Allred said Marchant has two other children but doesn’t have custody of them. Javonovich has one other child who sometimes visits on weekends.

The Wichita area has seen several child abuse homicides: The victims include 3-year-old Evan Brewer, whose body was found encased in concrete, and 5-year-old Lucas Hernandez, whose body was found under a rural bridge months after he went missing.

The agency had extensive involvement with both children before their deaths: While campaigning last year, Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly repeatedly described problems in the child welfare system as among the most pressing the state faces…………..Lawmakers now are considering increasing funding to add more child welfare workers.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Associated Press Published: April.16: 2019:

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(LONDON) Court Report: A man has been sentenced to 12 years in jail after pleading guilty to a rape he committed more than 30 years ago: Peter Hall – 58 (11.01.61) of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to the rape on Jan.11: 2019. And was sentenced on Fri.12:Apr: #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.16: Hall carried out the attack in Beckenham on 12 October 1986: A 19-year-old woman was walking along Worsley Bridge Road, SE26 after a night out at the cinema when Hall grabbed her from behind………..He held a knife to her throat and forced her to walk to a secluded area before raping her……..After the attack, Hall left the scene and the woman ran home to raise the alarm.

An investigation was launched by police but, despite extensive enquiries, no suspect could be identified: However, clothing which contained DNA samples were recovered from the scene and stored – this would prove crucial to conclusion of this case.

In 2004, Hall – then using the alias Carl Oates – was arrested in connection with outstanding burglary offences at Stansted Airport: As part of that arrest his DNA was taken and uploaded to the National DNA database.

A routine cold case review of the rape case was undertaken in 2011: Part of this consisted of re-testing the DNA samples available, using technology that had advanced over the course of time: Scientists established there was a match probability of 1 in 1 billion between DNA from Hall in 2004 and the DNA from semen found at the scene of the rape.

A warrant was issued for Hall’s arrest and in 2016 it emerged he had been arrested in Belgium for theft offences: A European Arrest Warrant was issued and Hall was extradited back to London in December 2018. He initially denied any involvement in the rape but due to the weight of evidence against him he ended up admitted to the offence at court.

DC Bhulesh Pala from the Met’s Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command (Complex Case Team) said: “This was a dreadful attack on a young woman simply making her way home from the cinema………….”Hall grabbed her from behind and forced at knifepoint into a grassy area before subjecting her to a terrifying sexual assault…………………”I would like to pay tribute to the victim who was incredibly patient and courageous throughout an investigation which spanned over 30 years………”I hope today’s sentencing gives her some measure of comfort and closure: “I also hope this case gives other victims of rape and sexual offences the confidence to report such crimes to the police……………Although this offence took place 32 years ago, this case demonstrates that we are committed to bringing offenders to justice, irrespective of how much time has passed since the crime was committed.”

= Hall was also sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment, to be served concurrently to the rape sentence, for three burglaries he carried out in Doncaster in 2003.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: April.16: 2019:

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(LONDON) #ClimateChange Activists Police arrest 113 people as the block the roads in effort to force government to change but in a world built on the bricks of capitalism you first have to remove the sin of GREED out of buSINness and make people care about #PeopleB4Profit So are they ’ Wasting Limit Police Resource s ‘ stopping officers fighting crime on the streets ? #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.16: British police have arrested 113 people after climate change activists blocked some of London’s most famous roads including Oxford Circus, Marble Arch and Waterloo Bridge in an attempt force the government to do more to tackle climate change: The protests, led by British climate group Extinction Rebellion, brought parts of central London to a standstill on Monday and some stayed overnight for a second day of protest on Tuesday as Londoners rage as up to 10,000 Extinction Rebellion activists get set to bring second day of chaos in the capital https://t.co/XWttodDWAh

Extinction Rebellion, which generated headlines with a semi-nude protest in the House of Commons earlier this month, is demanding the government declare a climate and ecological emergency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2025.

“There have been 113 arrests in total, the majority of which are for breach of Section 14 Notice of the Public Order Act 1986 and obstruction of the highway,” London police said: The Met has imposed a condition upon ongoing Extinction Rebellion demonstrations in central London https://t.co/jSQAOlM5Gd April 15, 2019 at 08:52AM

Tents littered the roads at Oxford Circus with some activists huddled beneath a pink boat with the words “Tell the Truth” across its side. One placard read: “Rebel for Life”.

Police said five of those arrested had been detained after the Shell building near the River Thames was targeted.

Two protesters on Monday scaled up scaffolding writing ‘Shell Knows!’ in red paint on the front of the building and three protesters glued their hands to the revolving doors at the entrance.

#AceNewsDesk report …………….Published: April.16: 2019: Additional Reporting by Paul Sandle and Hannah Mckay; writing by Guy Faulconbridge; editing by Michael Holden

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(LONDON) MET Court Report: Five Members of the ‘ Newham Gang ‘ who kidnapped and tortured a 16yr-old-boy sentenced to more than 23yrs in prison on Friday: Isaac Donkoh, a gang member and drill music artist were sentenced along with his accomplices, two 16-year-old and two 14 year-old boys #AceNewsDes k reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.12: Five members of a gang who kidnapped and tortured a 16-year-old boy have been sentenced to over 23 years’ imprisonment, today, Friday 12 April at Snaresbrook Crown Court: Isaac Donkoh, a gang member and drill music artist who was from the Newham area was sentenced along with his accomplices, two 16-year-old and two 14 year-old boys.

All five defendants pleaded or were found guilty of kidnap, false imprisonment, GBH and a number of other offences: Donkoh had previously enlisted the help of one of the 16-year-old defendants who knew the victim, and on the night of 2 August 2018, the 16-year-old made contact with the victim, suggesting they meet in Gordon Road, Barking. The victim turned up as agreed and a short time later a dark blue Ford Mondeo pulled up, with Donkoh driving and the four other youths in the passenger seats.

The victim was punched in the head and body and ordered into the vehicle: He was threatened with a machete and, once in the car, two plastic bags were put over his head and secured with an elastic band. In evidence, the victim stated that at this point, “I thought they were probably gonna kill me.” Donkoh then drove the car to the home of one of the 14-year-old defendants.

On arrival, Donkoh told the victim that the gang were in possession of a gun and two knives: The victim was held for approximately two hours at the address and subjected to a violent and humiliating ordeal. He was forced to strip naked whilst Donkoh filmed him on his iPhone and threatened to ‘cut him up’ if he did not do so. The men hit him with a metal pole over his face, back, legs and arms and his hair was forcibly cut with scissors, during which time he was slapped in the face, forced to kneel and kicked hard in the head: Donkoh tried to pour boiling water over the victim’s head, resulting in scalding the victim’s feet, causing serious injury. The victim tried removing his socks but Donkoh would not allow him to. He was also forced to swallow a cannabis joint, kicked in the face and threatened with scissors, all incidents which Donkoh filmed on his phone: The victim was forced to call his parents and beg for £1500 in order to secure his release………………A bag was then placed back over the victim’s head and he was ordered not to speak to police. He was taken back out to the car and released not far from where he had been kidnapped.

An investigation was launched by the Trident and Area Crime Command, and along with local officers from the gangs unit quickly identified Donkoh and his accomplices: One of the 16-year-old defendants kept the victim’s iPhone and on arrest, sought to conceal the offences from police by telling them that he had found the phone in the street: Subsequently on 16 August 2018, the victim was contacted via Snapchat, and was told Donkoh wanted him to drop the charges and not show up in court – and would give him £5000 if he did so.

Detective Chief Inspector Jim McKee, formerly of Trident who led the investigation, said: “This was an extremely violent incident, which has had a profoundly distressing impact on the victim and his family. Whilst the physical scars of that night have started to heal, I believe the psychological impact on the victim has been lasting: “Donkoh fronted drill music videos for his gang which goaded rivals and recruited boys as young as 14 to commit serious violence. I believe that removing Donkoh from the streets of Newham has done a great deal to reduce serious violence in the borough, as we identified a direct correlation between his drill videos which glorified violence and shootings and stabbings on the streets.”

Donkoh and his four accomplices were convicted as follows:

[A] Isaac Donkoh, 22 (25.05.96) of Ixworth Place, SW3 pleaded guilty to conspiracy to kidnap, conspiracy to falsely imprison, conspiracy to blackmail, causing GBH, perverting the course of justice by offering money for a witness and perverting the course of justice by attempting to persuade a witness. He was sentenced to 12-and-a-half years’ imprisonment.

[B] A 16-year-old male pleaded guilty to conspiracy to kidnap and perverting the course of justice by offering money for a witness and was found guilty of conspiracy to falsely imprison and conspiracy to blackmail. He was sentenced to two-and-a-half years’ imprisonment.

[C] A 16-year-old male pleaded guilty of conspiracy to kidnap, conspiracy to falsely imprison and conspiracy to blackmail. He was sentenced to three-and-a-half years’ imprisonment.

[D] A 14-year-old male pleaded guilty to conspiracy to kidnap and conspiracy to falsely imprison and was found guilty of conspiracy to blackmail. He was sentenced to two-and-a-half years’ imprisonment.

[E] A 14-year-old male pleaded guilty to conspiracy to kidnap and conspiracy to falsely imprison on 23 January and was found guilty of conspiracy to blackmail. He was sentenced to two-and-a-half years’ imprisonment.

#AceNewsDesk report …………..Published: April.12: 2019:

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(QUETTA, Pakistan.) JUST IN: Suicide bomb ripped through an outdoor market on Friday, killing at least 18 & injured 48-people, half of them ethnic Hazaras, officials said, in an attack apparently aimed at minority Sh i’ite Muslims: No one has claimed responsibility for the atrocity #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.12: Some 48 people were wounded in the blast in the southwestern city of Quetta, capital of resource-rich Baluchistan province, officials said: Baluchistan is the focus of the $57-billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor, a transport and energy link planned between western China and Pakistan’s southern deepwater port of Gwadar.

The attack came after a lull of at least a year in violence against the mainly Shi’ite Hazara minority in the province, though there have been isolated shootings: The blast took place at Hazar Ganji, a fruit and vegetable market on the outskirts of Quetta.

Eight of the dead belong to the Hazara community, Quetta city police chief Abdul Razzaq Cheema said, adding that one paramilitary official from a squad deployed to guard the community at the market was also killed: He initially said that the explosive device was hidden between sacks of potatoes, but, later, he and the provincial home minister, Zia Langove, told a news conference that a suicide bomber exploded his device among the people in the market…………..“The bomber seemed to be disguised as one of the laborers when he exploded his device,” another police official, Bahram Mandokhel, told Reuters. “We have found his head and other body parts.”

No group immediately claimed responsibility: Hazaras have been frequently targeted by Taliban and Islamic State militants and other Sunni Muslim militant groups in both Pakistan and Afghanistan. They have been heavily targeted in Afghanistan in attacks claimed by an affiliate of Islamic State……………….Friday’s bloodshed came two days after authorities freed Ramzan Mengal, a top leader of a banned sectarian group, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), Cheema said.

Mengal had been detained for three months under maintenance of public order regulations, he said: The LeJ has worked both with al Qaeda and Islamic State in Pakistan and has claimed several coordinated attacks in Baluchistan against what it terms Shi’ite heretics………………Ethnic Baluch separatists are also battling what they call unfair exploitation of the province’s gas and other resources.

Omar Waraich, an official of rights group Amnesty International, said in a statement: “Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government has made important commitments to protect all religious groups. Those commitments must translate now into policies to effectively protect the Hazaras of Quetta, ending more than a decade of bloodshed.”

Khan himself “strongly condemned” the attack: “I have asked for an immediate inquiry & increased security for the ppl,” he said in a Tweet.

#AceNewsDesk report …………….Published: Apri.12: 2019: Additional reporting by Asif Shahzad in Islamabad; Writing by Syed Raza Hassan and Nick Macfie

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(WASHINGTON) JUST IN: US will send its THAAD systems to Romania this summer, where another massive missile defense site is undergoing modernisation: This is the first time the systems have been deployed so close to Russian borders #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.12: Fort Hood-based Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) systems will arrive in Romania in the coming months at NATO’s request, according to the US European Command (EUCOM). The “preplanned and temporary” deployment will add to the existing Aegis Ashore missile defense compound built in the Romanian neighborhood of Deveselu RT News reported.

THAAD is said to have been mobilised to allow NATO to perform some “regular updates” at the controversial Aegis Ashore site: EUCOM has notably said that the modernization “will not add any offensive capabilities to the Aegis Ashore Missile Defense System.”

Russia, which has long opposed building ballistic missile facilities in eastern Europe, maintains that the Aegis.: Ashore could be used to launch offensive missiles – contrary to Western claims that this is a defensive weapon.

The Aegis features a powerful scanning radar and dozens of vertical canisters carrying missiles: Moscow believes the Romanian site could easily be converted into a cruise missile base that can attack targets inside Russia. In the case of a small-scale conflict that does not involve hundreds of missiles fired by each side, it would be a significant factor.

Aside from Romania, the US is set to build another site in Poland: The initial installation in Romania has 24 missile-carrying canisters stored in three prefabricated, eight-canister modules.

#AceNewsDesk report …………..RTNews.Com/ Published time: 12 Apr, 2019 09:09 Edited time: 12 Apr, 2019 09:24:

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