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 Lapolis nan peyi Prezil touye 11 mil moun nan 6 zan

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MessageSujet: Lapolis nan peyi Prezil touye 11 mil moun nan 6 zan   Mer 9 Déc 2009 - 16:04

Lapolis nan vil Rio de Janeiro ak nan Sao Paulo touye plis pase 11,000 moun nan 6 lane ki sot pase la yo



Selon youn rapo ki soti mardi denye a nan Human Rights Watch, la polis nan vil Rio de Janeiro ak nan Sao Paulo touye plis pase 11,000 moun nan 6 lane ki sot pase la yo. Anpil nan moun sa yo ki mouri yo se stil ekzekisyon. Nan peyi ki chaje ak solda e administrate nan Minustha an Ayiti a, rapo a di ke se ra nan polisye sa yo ki rive jije pou moun yo touye an deyo de la jistis. Selon rapo polisye sa yo bay, yo rapote ke moun ki mouri yo se pendan ke yo tap reziste arestasyon. Nan lane 2008 youn rapo Nasyonzini te deja rapote nan oyun dokiman ki genyen 122 paj ke lapolis nan peyi Brezil te respnsab pou oyun bel posyon nan 48 mil moun ki blese. Nou konnen ke Rio ak Sao Paulo se 2 vil sangine ki chaje ak vyolans men selon expe nan dwa de lom yo,

Pou lapolis ap touye moun andeyo lajistis se pa youn solisyon pou vyolans ak krim nan peyi sa'a. Nou konprnan fok lapolis travay ak efikasite pou redwi vyolans men fok polisye t ajwenn pi bon antrenman sou koman pou respekte dwa moun, koman pou yo itilize fos san yo pa bezwen blese, ni touye anpil moun epi lapolis la dwe genyen zam ki ka metrize sispek la san li pa touye li!

Direkte sekirite piblik nan Rio, Jose Beltrame te komanse demanti rapo Nasyonzini te soti lane pase a paske li di lapolis ap konfwonte drog dealers ki genyen gwo zam ki soti aletranje, li di ke Rio chaje ak paket gangs, nan bidonvil yo chaje moun ki genyen zam milite, grenad ak zam ki ka lage avyon ate. Msie di genyen youn seri de gang nan Rio kite deside lage youn gro vag violans kote yo te lage youn elikopte lapolis ate kite lakoz lanmo de 6 polisye kite abo nan oyun zonn ki sitye a selman 2 kilomet de stad Maracana kote ki pwal genyen ouveti ak femti Jwet Olenpik yo nan lane 2016 e se la ke final Koup di mond 2014 la pwal fet.

Human Rights Watch di nan rapo a ke genyen 51 ka nan Rio ak nan Sao Paulo kote lapolis finn pwan youn moun ke yo te kalifye de kriminel, apre yo rapote ke moun sa yo mouri nan reziste ak lapolis. Epi genyen 33 lot ka ke evidans demontre ke vesyon lapolis la pa kanpe ak 17 lot ka kote otopsi demontre ke se lapolis ki biziye moun sa yo kareman. Se ka sa'a yo selman yo ka jwenn men rapo a di se pa sa selman ki ekziste. Men se statistik gouvenman an menm ke rapo Human Rights Watch itilize le li dedwi ke lapolis touye plis pase 11,000 moun nan Sao Paulo ak nan vil Rio depi lane. Nan lane 2007 nan Rio chif la te rive 1,330 sa vle di ke lapolis touye youn sou chak 23 moun ki arete e nan Sao Paulo lapolis ta touye youn sou chak 348 moun kie yo arete. Le ou konpare sa ak USA kote lapolis touye youn moun sou chak 37,000 moun ke yo arete, bagay la red.


Men moun sa yo ki pa ka bay sekirite lakay yo, ki ap touye moun andeyo de la jistis ke nap ekspote pou vinn ede nou kontwole lakay nou!
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MessageSujet: Riots in Rio de Janeiro: gangs shot down police helicopter   Mer 9 Déc 2009 - 16:18

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Riots in Rio de Janeiro: gangs shot down police helicopter



RIO DE JANEIRO - Drug traffickers shot down a police helicopter and killed two officers in a burst of drug-based violence just two weeks after the city won the 2016 Olympic games. Three suspected drug traffickers were also killed. Bullets flying from the Morro dos Macacos ("Monkey Hill" in Portuguese) slum in northern Rio de Janeiro hit the police helicopter pilot in the leg as he hovered above a clash between rival drug factions, causing him to lose control and crash.

The pilot and another officer managed to flee with burns after the helicopter burst into flames on a football field, but two officers were unable to escape, said a police spokesman who spoke on condition of anonymity because of department policy.

Officials did not know whether the gangs targeted the helicopter or whether it was hit by stray bullets. But the dramatic helicopter downing comes only two weeks after Rio won the 2016 Olympic games despite security concerns that have dogged Brazil's second-largest city for decades.



The three presumed traffickers were found dead inside a vehicle in the same slum, and television broadcasts showed at least three buses set ablaze in other slums and motorists fleeing for cover as automatic weapons fire broke out in broad daylight amid the worst violence the city has seen in months.

Images broadcast by Globo TV showed flames shooting from the helicopter wreckage, with little more than charred pieces and an intact tail remaining after the fire was doused. The pilot and the officer who managed to get away were hospitalized and were expected to survive, officials said.

Rio police frequently use helicopters to take on gangs that dominate drug trafficking in the city's more than 1,000 slums, but were unable to say whether this was the first time one of their helicopters had been shot down by gang members who use illicit military-grade weapons for combat against their rivals and authorities.

The crash happened about five miles (eight kilometers) southwest of one of the zones where Rio's 2016 Olympic will be located. The city on Oct. 2 bested Chicago, Madrid and Tokyo for the games. Rio alone among the bid cities was highlighted for security concerns ahead of the International Olympic Committee vote.

The downing of the helicopter followed intense firefights amid rival gangs in the slum as one tried to seize a rival's territory, authorities said.

Police moved into the area before dawn, though gunfire continued throughout the day, keeping terrorized residents inside their homes as bullets slammed into apartment buildings.

Despite increased policing efforts, Rio remains one of the world's most dangerous cities. The violence generally is contained within slum areas, though it sometimes spills into posh beach neighborhoods and periodically shuts down the highway that links the international airport to tourist destinations.

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and other officials have downplayed the threat of violence for the Olympics, saying Rio has repeatedly demonstrated it can pull off big events without risk to players and spectators.

Rio held the Pan-American Games in 2007 without major incidents, deploying more than 15,000 specially trained officers on the streets to keep the peace.

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Associated Press Writer Marco Sibaja contributed from Brasilia, Brazil.

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MessageSujet: Re: Lapolis nan peyi Prezil touye 11 mil moun nan 6 zan   Mer 9 Déc 2009 - 16:25

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MessageSujet: Re: Lapolis nan peyi Prezil touye 11 mil moun nan 6 zan   Mer 9 Déc 2009 - 16:33

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MessageSujet: Re: Lapolis nan peyi Prezil touye 11 mil moun nan 6 zan   Mer 9 Déc 2009 - 16:50

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MessageSujet: Re: Lapolis nan peyi Prezil touye 11 mil moun nan 6 zan   Mer 9 Déc 2009 - 17:28

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Map ba-w 2 tap tande.
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Nouvel pam nan pi bon pi sur.

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MessageSujet: Re: Lapolis nan peyi Prezil touye 11 mil moun nan 6 zan   Mer 9 Déc 2009 - 17:30

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Why is Uganda attacking homosexuality? By Saeed Ahmed CNN -
STORY HIGHLIGHTS

  • Human rights groups: Bill would spur a witch hunt of homosexuals in Uganda
  • President blames foreign influence in promoting and funding homosexuality
  • Media outlets have inflamed sentiments by publicly pointing out gays and lesbians
  • Canadian PM tells Ugandan president bill is deplorable, inconsistent with human rights
(CNN) -- As a gay man in Uganda, Frank Mugisha is used to the taunts, the slurs and the daily harassment of neighbors and friends. But if a new bill proposed in the east African country becomes law, Mugisha could be put away for life, or worse, put to death for having sex with another man."Right now, you can't go to places that are crowded, because the mob can attack us or even burn us. We can't walk alone. We are ostracized by relatives. But if this bill passes, it will become impossible for me to live here at all. And that part hurts the most," Mugisha said.The Anti-Homosexuality Bill features several provisions that human rights groups say would spur a witch hunt of homosexuals in the country:

• Gays and lesbians convicted of having gay sex would be sentenced, at minimum, to life in prison

• People who test positive for HIV may be executed

• Homosexuals who have sex with a minor, or engage in homosexual sex more than once, may also receive the death penalty

• The bill forbids the "promotion of homosexuality," which in effect bans organizations working in HIV and AIDS prevention

• Anyone who knows of homosexual activity taking place but does not report it would risk up to three years in prison"Who will go to HIV testing if he knows that he will suffer the death sentence?" Elizabeth Mataka, the U.N. Special Envoy on AIDS in Africa, told reporters last week. "The law will drive them away from seeking counseling and testing services."Homosexuality is already illegal in Uganda under colonial-era laws. But the bill, introduced in October, is intended to put more teeth into prosecuting violators.It applies even to Ugandans participating in same-sex acts in countries where such behavior is legal."They are supposed to be brought back to Uganda and convicted here. The government is putting homosexuality on the level of treason," Mugisha said.Lawmakers have indicated that they will pass the bill before year's end. It has the blessing of many religious leaders -- Muslim and Christian -- in a country where a July poll found 95 percent opposed to legalizing homosexuality. The Rev. Esau Omara, a senior church leader, said over the weekend that any lawmaker opposing the bill will pay for it during the next election, according to local newspaper reports.And a leading Muslim cleric, Sheikh Ramathan Shaban Mubajje, has called for gays to be rounded up and banished to an island until they die. Several media outlets also have inflamed sentiments in recent months by publicly pointing out gays and lesbians. In April, the Observer newspaper published tips to help readers spot homosexuals. And over the summer, the Red Pepper tabloid outed 45 gays and lesbians. Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has not publicly stated his position on the bill, but last month blamed foreign influence in promoting and funding homosexuality."It is true that, if the president has said that, he must have information that European nations are promoting (homosexuality) and recruiting homosexuals," government spokesman Fred Opolot said. "You must note that the president or the legislators are responding to the concern of the citizenry of the country."At the Commonwealth summit in Trinidad and Tobago late last month, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he pulled aside Museveni to deplore the bill."We find them inconsistent with, frankly, I think any reasonable understanding of human rights, and I was very clear on that with the president of Uganda," Harper told reporters.In the United States, a coalition of Christian leaders released a statement Monday denouncing the bill."Regardless of the diverse theological views of our religious traditions regarding the morality of homosexuality, in our churches, communities and families, we seek to embrace our gay and lesbian brothers and sisters as God's children, worthy of respect and love," the statement read.Human rights groups have called on Western nations to withhold aid from Uganda if the measure passes. About 40 percent of the country's budget comes from international aid."This draft bill is clearly an attempt to divide and weaken civil society by striking at one of its most marginalized groups," said Scott Long, director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights Program at the New York-based Human Rights Watch. "The government may be starting here, but who will be next?"Opolot, the government spokesman, said consideration of the bill in parliament is merely "democracy at work.""We as a country are engaging and debating a pertinent issue," he said. "So if a foreign country chooses to cut aid simply because Uganda is debating its destiny, then it is quite outrageous and quite wrong."Mugisha, who now heads the group Sexual Minority of Uganda, said he is working with lawyers and other activists to change minds and defeat the measure.
"I have put a lot of effort in this struggle. I just want to live freely every day," he said. "I want to be happy knowing that if I'm going to meet someone, I'm not going to be taken to jail forever."
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