Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: YouTube Plans to Shut Down Its Toronto Creator Space Studio

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As the media giant shifts the way it reaches its creators, it says it will close the company’s only permanent Canadian studio later this year.

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“Russia Ukraine” – Google News: A Former Soviet Secret City That’s Still Confidential – The Daily Beast

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A Former Soviet Secret City That’s Still Confidential  The Daily Beast

Courtesy Marc Isaac NOTE: This is the latest installment of Beast Travel’s series on underrated destinations, It’s Still a Big World. If you had arrived in the Southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv before 1992, you would have been met at the outskirts by machine-gun wielding military police intent on preventing you from entering. That’s because this former Soviet secret city was a key center of military shipbuilding, producing the submarines, aircraft carriers, destroyers, and battleships at the heart of Soviet naval power. The city was completely off-limits, not just to foreigners, but even …

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“Ukraine” – Google News: A Former Soviet Secret City That’s Still Confidential – The Daily Beast

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A Former Soviet Secret City That’s Still Confidential  The Daily Beast

Courtesy Marc Isaac NOTE: This is the latest installment of Beast Travel’s series on underrated destinations, It’s Still a Big World. If you had arrived in the Southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv before 1992, you would have been met at the outskirts by machine-gun wielding military police intent on preventing you from entering. That’s because this former Soviet secret city was a key center of military shipbuilding, producing the submarines, aircraft carriers, destroyers, and battleships at the heart of Soviet naval power. The city was completely off-limits, not just to foreigners, but even …

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Voice of America: Advocates: Feds Delaying Release of Migrant Kids

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Immigrant advocates say the U.S. government is allowing migrant children at a Florida facility to languish in “prisonlike conditions” after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border instead of releasing them promptly to family as required by federal rules.

A court filing Friday revealed conditions inside the Homestead, Florida, facility that has become the nation’s biggest location for detaining immigrant children. A decades-old settlement governing the care of detained immigrant children calls for them to be released to family members, sponsors or other locations within 20 days, but the court filing accuses the government of keeping kids there for months in some cases.

The children detained at the facility said they longed to be released to their parents and other relatives in the United States and were allowed limited phone calls to loved ones. Some were also told to heed strict rules or it could prolong their detention or get them deported.

​Volunteers interview dozens of children

“At Homestead, children are housed in prisonlike conditions and unnecessarily incarcerated for up to several months without being determined to be flight risks or a danger to themselves or others,” said the motion filed by the National Center for Youth Law and other organizations in federal court in Los Angeles.

Dozens of volunteer lawyers, interpreters and other legal workers interviewed more than 70 child migrants at Homestead during several visits over the past year. 

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services does not allow news media to speak to children at guided tours of the facility.

A Honduran boy described arriving with an aunt at the Mexico border in December. She was deported and he was sent to Homestead, where he told attorneys he had been held for four months. He could speak to his mother in Honduras twice a week while waiting to be placed with another aunt in Virginia. He was punched in the face by a boy at the facility but said he didn’t see a doctor or tell his mother, out of fear she would worry more.

“Already it is very hard. We both cry on the phone,” he told attorneys. “I have not seen my mom or any family for so long.”

​Housing for thousands

The children’s allegations come as officials struggle to accommodate increasing numbers of minors illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. The Homestead facility, run by a private contractor, houses 2,200 minors and is expanding to add hundreds of beds.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services did not respond to requests for comment. The private contractor, Comprehensive Health Services, declined comment.

Many of the children are fleeing gang and domestic violence and will end up seeking asylum. Most are sent to live with sponsors once they are screened by the U.S. government, usually aunts or uncles or other relatives who are in the U.S.

Children’s testimonials

The court filing included testimonials from more than a dozen children who had been separated from parents last year before the Trump administration ended a policy that led to more than 2,700 children being taken from families. Others, who had crossed the U.S.-Mexico border in the past few months, came alone or with relatives such as aunts, uncles, and siblings and were also separated and placed in government custody.

The Trump administration has long complained about the 1997 settlement, which generally means the government should release children in about 20 days.

The names of the children were redacted, but they testified being there for weeks, or months, without knowing when they would be released. A girl told attorneys she and her sister were at the same facility but kept in separate areas and only allowed to see each other once a week.

A 14-year-old boy from Honduras said he had problems videoconferencing with the social worker handling his reunification on two separate occasions, as the company began hiring clinicians and case managers to work long-distance.

“Sometimes there are problems with the internet, and I have to cut my call short or not talk to her at all and return another time,” he told attorneys.

A Guatemalan girl said she didn’t speak any Spanish, only her native Maya language of Q’eqchi, when she arrived, and she had trouble understanding her social worker.

Families separated

In the same filings, a federal field specialist for the U.S. government’s Office of Refugee Resettlement said the goal is “safe, timely release” but there can be delays, for example, when sponsors can’t read and write. And when there’s no proof of a prior relationship, the sponsor is automatically disqualified, the specialist said, adding “the bottom line is always safety.”

In several occasions, children were flown from Florida to Texas locations promising they would be reunited with a parent, only to be flown back and booked again into the facility.

A Guatemalan child expressed willingness to leave the U.S. voluntarily only to be told that a legal department would need to get involved.

“It is hard for me to understand what is preventing me from joining my family,” the child said.

A Salvadoran boy who said he left his country in January fleeing violence said children at the facility can’t touch anyone or fight or they could get a report that will delay their case. He told lawyers that staff told them they would be deported if they tried to escape. He said he couldn’t speak with his parents on his 17th birthday since he had already used one of his twice weekly 10-minute phone calls the day before.

“I miss them, and even though today is my birthday, it is hard because they can’t call me and I can’t call them,” he said.

Voice of America


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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: Colombian Top Diplomat to Begin 5-Day Russia Trip for Talks With Lavrov Monday – Bogota – UrduPoint News

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Colombian Top Diplomat to Begin 5-Day Russia Trip for Talks With Lavrov Monday – Bogota  UrduPoint News

Colombian Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo will begin his five-day visit to Russia on Monday for holding talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey …

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: “fbi reform” – Google News: Scandal, indictments, promises of reform: Will Ald. Edward Burke’s indictment bring real change? – Chicago Tribune

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Alerta de Google: fbi: NAACP wants FBI to look into alleged racial incidents at University of La Verne
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Top Democrats tell intelligence chiefs they must help monitor Barr’s review of Russia probe – The Washington Post

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Газета.Ru – Новости часа: Минюст США проверит поиск Google на соответствие антимонопольным законам

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Источники проинформировали о том, что американский Минюст начнет антимонопольное расследование в отношении Google Alphabet Inc. Об этом пишет The Wall Street Journal.

По их словам, этот шаг может означать новый уровень в проверке …

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Lenta.ru : Новости: Защита Мамаева пожаловалась на ошибку судьи

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Адвокат футболиста Павла Мамаева Игорь Бушманов пожаловался омбудсмену Татьяне Москальковой на нарушение прав своего подзащитного, а также Александра Кокорина, его брата Кирилла и Александра Протасовицкого. Судом первой инстанции была допущена судебная ошибка, считает представитель защиты футболиста.

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Газета.Ru – Новости дня: Егор Крид возмущен новым “Холостяком”

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Российский певец Егор Крид раскритиковал анонс нового сезона “Холостяка”. Об этом сообщает StarHit.Ru.

Как отмечается, Крид остался недоволен съемками в прошлом сезоне проекта. В анонсе нового сезона говорится, что теперь в …

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“Russia international behavior” – Google News: US acting defense chief calls out China over South China Sea – Washington Post

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US acting defense chief calls out China over South China Sea  Washington Post

U.S. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan is denouncing China’s efforts to steal technology from other nations and militarize man-made outposts in the …

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“Right Cause party” – Google News: Andrew Coyne: Andrew Scheer rebrands his party and gets it right on immigration – National Post

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Andrew Coyne: Andrew Scheer rebrands his party and gets it right on immigration  National Post

It is the spring before the fall election, and in preparation the two main parties are already engaged in the necessary work of passing themselves off as each …

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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: Schiff moves to block Trump’s declassification of ‘Russia’ probe docs – WND.com

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Schiff moves to block Trump’s declassification of ‘Russia’ probe docs  WND.com

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., who for years has maintained he has knowledge of evidence of President Trump’s “collusion” with Russia yet has not let anyone see …

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Window on Eurasia — New Series: Debate on Mass Deaths in Kazakhstan Passes to the West

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Paul Goble
            Staunton, May 31 – In 1997, the Kazakhstan government established May 31 as the Memorial Day for Victims of Political Repressions, an occasion for Kazakhs to reflect on the mass deaths of their co-ethnics as a result of Stalin’s collectivization and forced sedentarization policies at the end of the 1920s and 1930s.
            But after an upsurge of interest in these tragedies in Kazakhstan at the end of the Soviet period and in the first decade of independence, something remarkable has occurred: The Kazakhstan government has pulled back from promoting research and discussion on this question, and the subject has been largely taken over by Western scholars.
           
            In an article for the Fergana news agency, Artem Kosmarsky says that until three decades ago, Kazakhs were not able to focus on these politically sensitive issues and Western scholars did not do much because they knew far less about the events in Kazakhstan than those in Ukraine in 1932 or among Armenians in 1915 (fergana.agency/articles/107717/).
            In the 1990s, the Kazakhs took the lead in doing research, but by 2010, Kosmarsky  says, Nursultan Nazarbayev decided to tone things down lest a focus on this issue offend Moscow. Speaking at the opening of a monument to famine victims in 2012, the first Kazakhstan president warned against “’politicizing’” this subject.
            There are three additional reasons why Kazakh research on this subject has declined. First, the mass deaths in Kazakhstan had more causes than was the case elsewhere and assessing their number is complicated by the fact that hundreds of thousands of Kazakhs fled abroad at that time.
            Second, access to sources has been more difficult not only because they are held mostly in Moscow but also because Kazakhstan went through two alphabet reforms, from Arabic to Latin to Cyrillic, limiting the number of scholars who can exploit them even if they have access. And third, Kazakh scholars have focused Kazakh society in focusing mostly on the future. 
As a result, the subject has become dominated by Western scholars, all of whose work has been closely attended to by Kazakhs and two of whose books have been translated into Russian. The Western research has answered many questions, but perhaps the most important message from it is that the scholars disagree among themselves.
Some for example view what happened in Kazakhstan as an obvious case of genocide; others reject that characterization.  But perhaps most striking is that even this new wave of research has not resolved the question of just how many Kazakhs perished as a result of Stalin’s various policies even though all agree the percentage was higher than among Ukrainians.
This lack of agreement has opened the way to suggestions by others, including representatives of Turkic groups in Russia like the blogger Kavkaz Omarov who argues that Stalin’s genocide of the peasantry in the early 1930s was directed not only at the Ukrainians but at all Turkic groups in the USSR (facebook.com/kavkaz.omarov/posts/1449398031870162).
“These repressions,” he writes on this Kazakh memorial day, “were carried out with one single goal – to destroy as many Muslims of the empire as possible. This was a genocide and ethnocide in the course of which the empire pitilessly destroyed the Tatars, Kazakhs, the peoples of Central Asia and Muslims of the Caucasus and of the non-Muslims only the Ukrainians.”
According to Omarov, “the result is that regions of Siberia, Omsk, Orenburg, Tyumen, and the northern regions of Kazakhstan were cleansed of Kazakhs, Tatars, and representatives of other Turkic peoples. Today, the indigenous peoples of these regions remain only as minority populations.”
“The Crimea was cleansed of Tatars, Georgia was partially cleansed of Turks. Massively destroyed were the population of the historically Azerbaijani regions of the South Caucasus in order to ‘free up’ space for Armenian re-settlers” from the Middle East.  And in the North Caucasus, were destroyed tens of thousands of Muslims” even before the deportation.
Omarov’s discussion may strike many as hyperbolic and profoundly wrong, but it is the product not of some sick imagination but rather of the failure of the Russian authorities to be honest about the crimes of the Stalin era, including but not limited to the terror famine in Ukraine, Kazakhstan and elsewhere.

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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: Exile: Data Dump Shows More Russian Political Meddling – VOA News

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Exile: Data Dump Shows More Russian Political Meddling  VOA News

A prominent exiled Russian opposition figure says recently leaked documents show Russian meddling in U.S. affairs was more sophisticated, ambitious and …

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“Opposition in Russia” – Google News: Exile: Data Dump Shows More Russian Political Meddling – VOA News

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Exile: Data Dump Shows More Russian Political Meddling  VOA News

A prominent exiled Russian opposition figure says recently leaked documents show Russian meddling in U.S. affairs was more sophisticated, ambitious and …

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“Mikhail Khodorkovsky” – Google News: Exile: Data Dump Shows More Russian Political Meddling – VOA News

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Exile: Data Dump Shows More Russian Political Meddling  VOA News

A prominent exiled Russian opposition figure says recently leaked documents show Russian meddling in U.S. affairs was more sophisticated, ambitious and …

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