05.10.2022

In Tbilisi have renewed protests

In Tbilisi on 11 June between protesters and police scuffle after the dismantling of the tents of the protesters on the Rustaveli Avenue and the detention of protesters, including leader of the opposition party United national movement (UNM) Nika Melia.

Several tents of the protesters on Central Avenue came a day earlier. In the afternoon the police removed them. As a result of opposition were detained several people, including member of Parliament Mr. Melia, the local MP Irakli Mdinaradze and others.

At the same time, Georgian interior Ministry claims that the leader of the United national movement and member of Parliament of Georgia Nika Melia did not linger.

Now the opposition movement Mikheil Saakashvili has announced a more ambitious action.

We will remind, on may 31 in Tbilisi started a massive protest against the unjust, according to activists, the investigation of the murder of two teenage boys.

The father of one of the dead Zaza Saralidze accused prosecutors of bias and concealment of the murderers, which, in his opinion, cover the influential relatives. He urged the community and all political forces in the country to join the protest.

The protesters demanded the resignation of the government and the General Prosecutor of Georgia. As a result, the Prosecutor General Irakli Shotadze resigned. Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili declared that he would not fulfill the demand of the protesters.

In South Sudan signed a long-term peace agreement

The President of the youngest African countries and rebel leader have agreed in the capital of the Sudan ceasefire by both sides in the conflict.South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Machar Riec at a ceremony in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Wednesday, June 27, signed the agreement on cease-fire. The agreement “comes into force within 72 hours”, said the Minister of foreign Affairs of the Sudan, ad-Dirdiri Mohamed Ahmed.

According to him, the agreement consists of six items and provides, inter alia, the release of prisoners of war.

Realtor – President of the Sudan

Negotiations between the conflicting parties of South Sudan took place during the last days in Khartoum, mediator spoke of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. As noted by dpa, informed the parties of South Sudan conflict have signed the ceasefire agreement, but then violated them.

The armed conflict in the youngest African country erupted in late 2013, after President Salva Kiir, a representative of the ethnic Dinka, sacked belonging to ethnic Nuer Vice-President Rijeka Mascara in the attempt to organize a coup. Since the beginning of the civil war killed tens of thousands of people, about four million fled. South Sudan seceded from Sudan in 2011.

The German government in absentia arrested the organizer of the terrorist attack on a Christmas market

According to German media reports, Germany has established the identity of a possible accomplice of terrorists who staged the attack on a Christmas market in Berlin. Investigators have a warrant for his arrest.The Federal Supreme court of Germany issued a warrant for the arrest of 32-year-old Tunisian, who is suspected of facilitating Anise Amri who committed the attack at the Christmas market in Berlin in December 2016. On Thursday, July 5, reported the German media, with reference to sources in court.

According to media reports, the suspect in absentia charged with accessory to murder and membership in a terrorist organization. According to the German Agency dpa, the Prosecutor’s office of Germany has refused official comments.

In 2015, the suspect in the crime moved from Tunisia to Libya, where he joined the terrorist group “Islamic state”. What position he held in the organization of militants is unknown. According to the investigation, in 2016, the Tunisian became a mentor Anise Amri, could send him instructions and to encourage him to organize a terrorist act. Media noted that now the suspect is most likely in Libya.

19 Dec 2016 a native of Tunisia Anis Amri sent a truck into a crowd of people, killing more than 10 people, about 50 were injured. Four days later, the terrorist was killed in Milan during a shootout with police. As it became known later, Amri found himself in Germany once arrived in Italy by boat with refugees. Journalists Welt am Sonntag found that before arriving in Italy in April 2011, Amri had close ties with the soldiers and leaders of the terrorist group “Islamic state” in Libya, which he knew Tunisian intelligence.

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