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First Died Oury Jalloh - Now Mouctar Bah's Telecafé Is To Be Closed

Presse Release: Initiative in Gedenken an Oury Jalloh, Berlin/Dessau 30 January-2006

First Died Oury Jalloh - Now Mouctar Bah's Telecafé Is To Be Closed.

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Oury Jalloh, died in a police station in Dessau—tied at his hands and feet. Since his death on the 7th of January, 2005, our demands of truth, justice, and compensation have cynically been met with cover-up, injustice, and impunity. As if that wasn’t enough, now one of the few people who have been engaged in the struggle for the truth about Oury Jalloh’s death, Mouctar Bah, a friend of Oury and the representative of his family in Germany, is being criminalized. Those who were involved in Oury Jalloh’s death are not.

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GB: 61 detainees at Harmondsworth on hungerstrike

61 detainees currently detained in Harmondsworth signed a joint statement on Friday 20th January with ten demands concerning conditions at Harmondsworth; some have been refusing food, which they say they will continue until their demands are met.

Statement of 61 detainees at Harmondsworth

"We the detainees of Harmondsworth, having considered the various ill treatment being melted to us, having come out with the following complaints that need to be addressed and abated immediately.

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Statement of 61 detainees at Harmondsworth

seventh asylum seeker to die at his own hands in a UK detention centre (see below)
Bereket Yohannes, a 26 year-old-man from Eritrea, was found hanged in the showers in Hamondsworth detention centre near London at around 5.25 last Thursday the 19th January 2006.

detainees in hunger strike
61 detainees currently detained in Harmondsworth signed a joint statement on Friday 20th January with ten demands concerning conditions at Harmondsworth; some have been refusing food, which they say they will continue until their demands are met.

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Mecklenburg Vorpommern stoped deportations to Togo until 10th of Oktober

Thanks to all the effords during the struggle of the 'International campaign against dictatorship in Togo and other African countries' after the recent meeting of officials with "experts" who all clearly condemned any deportation to this dictatorship the government of the German state of Mecklenburg Vorpommern was forced to stop deportations to Togo for 6 months!

But this does not mean, there was time to relax. All other sttes continue their deportation practice. We have to continue the struggle for deportation stop in the whole country.

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We have to fight together for the respect of human dignity!!!

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International Campaign for the struggle against the dictatorship in Togo and other African countries

The Violation of asylum and migration rights, as well as the system and the practice of deportation exercised by the European countries are contradictory to democracy. The racist deportation policy is a back up and an encouragement for the dictators in Africa and other parts of the world.

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Mourning for Laye-Alama Condé (died on the 7th of January 2005)

killed by emetic torture in police custody in Bremen

Demonstration in memory of Laye-Alama Condé on Saturday the 7th of January 2006 in Bremen at 12 O’clock Obernstraße/Ecke Ansgarikirchof

We mourn for Laye-Alama Condé, who has died a year ago, on the 7th of January 2005, as a result of the forced administration of emetic by the police.
Late on the evening of 26th December, 2004 Laye-Alama Condé from Sierra Leone, who had been living in Bremen for years, was arrested by two civil police commando and brought to the police station Vahr on suspicion of having drugs on him. There, Laye-Alama Condé was forcibly tied to a metal examination stretcher by the two policemen (both feet fixed with cable tie, his left hand fixed with handcuffs on the examination stretcher.)

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Caravan Seminar 2005

deutsche Einladung , invitation francais , download farsi , download türkce

Dear friends, dear Caravan Network activists, and politically allied groups, associations and organizations!

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Freedom for Shresta Gopal

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Support Akubuo in his marathon trial

We are calling to witness the first session of the marathon trial which is hold against the Caravan- and Nolager-activist Akubuo Chukwudi. The court case takes place on Tuesday, 15th of November at 10 a.m., Amtsgericht Parchim, Saal 2 (Moltkeplatz 2).

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Nous exigeons le dégagement immédiat de Ömer Berber !
Campagne pressante de fax et de courrier Réfugié politique dans la déportation belge de revêtements de garde
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