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Fully Equipped mailbag: How to tell when your clubs are wearing out

Golf 21 May 2022
And even when we aren’t playing, our clubs can take on abuse while jangling around in the bag, in the trunk of a car, or even when traveling by air ... It’s more likely that you have something heavy resting on your shafts that eventually bends them, or maybe your travel bag was ...

Eddie Howe warns of ‘potential tragedy’ as police investigate Goodison incident

AOL 20 May 2022
Howe, whose Newcastle side travel to face a Burnley side also fighting for survival on Sunday, has warned the authorities must act to avert getting into even more “dangerous territory”.

Shekar Movie Review: Plot unpredictability doesn't even save this uncreative remake starring Rajasekher

Pinkvilla 20 May 2022
Attach Main Entertaiment Image.. shekar_movie_review_social.jpg. Title. Shekar Cast. Rajasekher and others Director. Jeevitha Rajasekhar Rating. 2/5 'Shekar' is a tragedy-heavy movie. The tragedy is both personal and social ... Aathmeeya Rajan's talent has been abused in such a way that, every time she is seen, the film instantly time-travels to the 1980s.

Ireland to use Council of Europe presidency to push to hold Russia accountable on war

The Irish Times 20 May 2022
Among the main challenges facing the international body during the Republic’s presidency is how to respond to Russia’s aggression, tackle emerging human rights abuses and maintain support for the ECHR system. Speaking to The Irish Times before travelling to Italy, Mr Coveney said ...

Quad Leaders: Spotlight Rights, Democracy in Asia

Human Rights Watch 19 May 2022
On Afghanistan, Quad leaders should agree to coordinate with other governments to press the Taliban to abandon their restrictive and abusive policies and practices, including bans on women’s secondary schooling and restrictions on women’s travel, employment, and dress.

Qatar: FIFA should match $440m World Cup prize money to fund major compensation programme for ...

Amnesty 19 May 2022
FIFA should earmark at least $440m to provide remedy for the hundreds of thousands of migrant workers who have suffered human rights abuses in Qatar during preparations for the 2022 World Cup, Amnesty International said in a new report today, six months ahead of the tournament’s opening game.

U.P Shocker: Cop sobs inside Unnao police station; Humiliated by BJP MLA support

Hindustan Times 18 May 2022
The traffic cop was abused and roughed up after he stopped a car in which the kin and supporters of BJP MLA were travelling ... ....

US revises Cuba policy, eases restrictions on remittances, travel

Gulf News 17 May 2022
The United States on Monday announced a series of steps to revise its policy toward Cuba, including easing some Trump-era restrictions on family remittances and travel to the island and sharply increasing the processing of US visas for Cubans ... That included less crimped flow of remittances, fewer travel curbs and faster visa services.

Abortion: Ireland’s past is America’s future

The Hill 17 May 2022
They traveled to capture the scene of thousands of Irish people celebrating the results of the Irish abortion referendum ... pregnant people who need abortions will be forced to travel to a state where abortion remains legal ... Women or girls in abusive relationships will be unable to explain the prolonged absences that abortion travel demands.

Biden expands flights to Cuba, eases restrictions on remittances and makes it easier for families ...

The Daily Mail 17 May 2022
That included less crimped flow of remittances, fewer travel curbs and faster visa services ... 'We are going to ensure that remittances flow more freely to the Cuban people, while not enriching those who perpetrate human rights abuses,' the official said ... 'For decades, the world has been traveling to Cuba and nothing has changed.'.

St. Petersburg man posed as English teacher in Vietnam to sexually abuse kids

Tampa Bay Times 16 May 2022
Petersburg man was sentenced to life in prison Monday after he pleaded guilty to traveling to Vietnam to sexually abuse children, according to the U.S ... In 2015 and 2016, Day traveled from Florida to Vietnam and sexually abused the boys.

U.S. rolls out revised Cuba policy, easing some restrictions on remittances, travel

Metro USA 16 May 2022
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States plans to take a series of steps to revise its policy toward Cuba, including easing some Trump-era restrictions on family remittances and travel to the island and sharply increasing the processing of U.S ... That included less crimped flow of remittances, fewer travel curbs and faster visa services.

‘I smell marijuana’: cops’ warrantless searches targets poor, minority Tennessee communities

Citizen Tribune 16 May 2022
“If an officer just says the magic words ‘I smell marijuana,’ that gives them carte blanche approval to search anybody that is traveling down the road (or) in the area,” Lutton said. “It’s very ripe for abuse.” ... ‘I smell marijuana’ abuses ... You cover it up (abuses of the plain smell ...
photo: AP / Sophie Garcia
A mutinous soldier fires into the air at the Bobo interchange, near the Lamizana camp in Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou Sunday Jan. 23, 2022. Witnesses are reporting heavy gunfire at a military base raising fears that a coup attempt is underway

Burkina Faso: Armed Islamists Kill, Rape Civilians

Human Rights Watch 16 May 2022
Fighters in dozens of cases raped and otherwise abused women and girls who were foraging for wood, traveling to and from the market, and fleeing the violence ... Abuses by Armed Islamist Groups ... A 33-year-old woman described an attack near Nagraogo village on the motorized tricycle in which she and other traders were traveling.

Child abuse spreads like the coronavirus

The Manila Times 15 May 2022
The coronavirus is a perfect simile for the crimes of child sexual abuse ... The clerical abusers are still being allowed to travel abroad and go to another parish or diocese or retire in the comfort of a church-supported rest house, all to avoid the shame, embarrassment and damage to the reputation of the diocesan institutional church.

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