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コロナ対応の成功例 自治体も保健所もなんの役にもたたなかった

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BRICS developing global reserve currency – Putin
It will be based on a currency basket of the five-nation bloc, according to the Russian president




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Journalist branded enemy of state by Ukraine
The journalist got into hot water after penning an expose highlighting how Ukraine’s now ousted human rights chief spread false rape claims
Ukrainian journalist Sonya Lukashova ended up on the notorious Mirotvorets (‘Peacemaker’) website after penning an article claiming that a vast majority of Russian military rape allegations produced by the country's now former human rights chief, Lyudmila Denisova, were false. Mirotvorets, widely believed to be run by Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU), lists individuals deemed to be “enemies of Ukraine.”

The bombshell expose was published by the Ukrainskaya Pravda (Ukrainian Truth) newspaper on Monday. According to the piece, citing various official sources, a vast majority of allegations of “sexual atrocities,” purportedly committed by Russian troops amid the ongoing conflict, were false. The allegations have been spread by human rights chief Denisova, who got ousted in late May after a no-confidence vote over her failure to organize humanitarian corridors and prisoner exchanges as well as “inexplicably focusing” on spreading unverified and unsubstantiated claims.

According to the report, Ukrainian law enforcement officials tried to investigate Denisova’s claims but found no evidence to back them up. After interrogating Denisova several times, officials discovered she had received all her explosive revelations from her daughter, Alexandra Kvitko, “over tea.” The latter ran a ‘psychological hotline’ for victims of wartime violence, established in collaboration between Denisova’s office and UNICEF.

The hotline lacked transparency, and while Kvitko reportedly told investigators it received over 1,000 calls in only a month and a half, with some 450 of them detailing the rape of minors, the hotline’s logs suggested it got only 92 calls. The exact nature of the calls remained unclear as well, since Kvitko failed to provide investigators with any details on the alleged victims, according to the report.

Multiple Ukrainian public figures condemned the expose, insisting that reporting on the activities of the disgraced human rights chief and her daughter helps Russia. Political commentator and prominent supporter of ex-president Petro Poroshenko, Taras Berezovets, for instance, bluntly accused the reporter of producing prime material for “Russian propaganda.”

“The author of the Denisova investigation, Sonya Lukashova, who accused the former human rights chief of creating numerous fakes about the rape of Ukrainian children, ended up on the Mirotvorets database. Lukashova’s material has been very heavily cited by Russian propaganda,” Berezovets said in a social media post.

The Mirotvorets listing for Lukashova states that the reporter’s activities are somehow “incompatible with journalist ethics.” The journalist stands accused of actively participating “in special information operations of the Russian aggression against Ukraine,” as well as of “manipulating publicly significant information.” The report published by the newspaper amounts to “concealing evidence of crimes” allegedly perpetrated by the Russian military, according to Mirotvorets.

The Mirotvorets website was created in 2014 as a public database of “pro-Russian terrorists, separatists, mercenaries, war criminals, and murderers.” The website provides links to social media accounts and personal information, such as home addresses, phones, and emails. Over the years, numerous high-profile public figures and politicians have ended up on the Mirotvorets list over actions deemed to be “anti-Ukrainian.” Hungary’s PM Viktor Orban and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger

この爆弾発言は、月曜日にUkrainskaya Pravda(ウクライナの真実)新聞によって発表された。それによると、紛争が続く中、ロシア軍が行ったとされる「性的残虐行為」の疑惑の大半は虚偽であったというのだ。この疑惑は、人道的回廊や囚人交換を組織できなかったこと、また検証されていない根拠のない主張を広めることに「不可解なほど集中」したことを理由に、5月末に不信任投票で更迭された人権担当のデニソヴァ氏によって広められたものである。




"デニソワ調査 "の著者であるサーニャ・ルカショワは、元人権局長がウクライナの子どもたちのレイプに関する数々のフェイクを作成したと告発し、ミロトヴォレッツのデータベースに登録されるに至ったのである。ルカショワの資料は、ロシアのプロパガンダに非常に多く引用されている」とベレゾベツはソーシャルメディアに投稿している。

ミロトボレッツのルカショワのリストには、この記者の活動は何らかの形で "ジャーナリスト倫理と相容れない "と書かれている。この記者は、"ロシアのウクライナ侵略の特別な情報作戦に積極的に参加した"、また、"公に重要な情報を操作した "ということで告発されているのです。ミロトボレッツによれば、同紙が掲載したレポートは、ロシア軍によって行われたとされる「犯罪の証拠を隠す」ことに相当するという。

Mirotvoretsのウェブサイトは、"親ロシアのテロリスト、分離主義者、傭兵、戦犯、殺人者 "の公開データベースとして2014年に作成された。このウェブサイトでは、ソーシャルメディアのアカウントや、自宅の住所、電話、電子メールなどの個人情報へのリンクが提供されています。長年にわたり、数多くの著名な公人や政治家が、「反ウクライナ的」とみなされる行動によってミロトヴォレッツのリストに掲載されてきた。ハンガリーのヴィクトール・オルバン首相やキッシンジャー元米国国務長官も、このデータベースに最近追加された一人である。



カナダ人の独立ジャーナリスト エババートレットもこのリストに載せられているはずです。
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子供のサル痘は命取りになることがある 学校での感染を止めないと


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コロナに関する記事 についてのお断り




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Situation in Afghanistan cannot be allowed to `collapse’, Lavrov says
Russia and China have been sending messages to the Taliban emphasizing the need to form an inclusive government
DUSHANBE, May 13. /TASS/. The situation in Afghanistan cannot be allowed to collapse, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at a news conference in Dushanbe.

"The situation [in Afghanistan] cannot be allowed to collapse again, as this would be too hard for the Afghan people, who have suffered from the presence of NATO for 20 years," Lavrov said after a meeting of the CIS Council of Foreign Ministers.

Lavrov urged the international community to pay more attention to the mobilization of humanitarian aid and other assistance for Afghanistan, saying the US and its allies should bear the greater burden of expenditure on reconstruction of Afghanistan.

Commenting on the escalation in the Panjshir province, the foreign minister said Russia had always called for the situation in Afghanistan to be settled through nationwide dialogue.

Russia and China have been sending messages to the Taliban (outlawed in Russia) emphasizing the need to form an inclusive government. "We expect our allies in Tajikistan who have a major influence on Afghanistan, especially on northern Afghanistan, to continue helping us attain joint goals," Lavrov concluded.

The Taliban was designated a terrorist organization, according to a ruling of Russia's Supreme Court on February 14, 2003.

Statement condemning killing of 8 polio health workers in Afghanistan

米、凍結資産でアフガン支援へ 国内8千億円の半分活用

Pregnant woman denied re-entry to New Zealand offered refuge by Taliban
WELLINGTON - A pregnant New Zealand journalist denied re-entry to her home country to give birth due to strict Covid-19 regulations said she has been offered refuge by the Afghan Taliban.

"This just feels like such a breach of trust," Charlotte Bellis told Radio New Zealand on Sunday from Kabul.

Bellis had been working for Al Jazeera in Afghanistan, but said she didn't realize she was pregnant until she was at the media company's headquarters in Doha, Qatar.

It is illegal to be pregnant and unmarried in Qatar, so Bellis kept her pregnancy secret as she prepared to return to New Zealand.

Upon being told she did not qualify for an exemption under New Zealand's strict Covid border controls, Bellis said she called senior Taliban contacts and was told she could give birth there.

"We're happy for you, you can come and you won't have a problem," Bellis said in an interview about what the Taliban had told her.

They also said, "Don't worry. Everything will be fine," she told the New Zealand Herald

"In my time of need, the New Zealand government said you're not welcome here.

"When the Taliban offers you –- a pregnant, unmarried woman –- safe haven, you know your situation is messed up."

Bellis, who once questioned the Taliban about what they would do to ensure the rights of women and girls, said it was "brutally ironic" she was now asking the same question of her own government.

After going public with her situation, and involving lawyers, Bellis said she had been contacted by New Zealand officials who said her rejected application was under review.

The government's Covid Response Minister Chris Hipkins said in a statement that he had asked officials to check whether the proper procedures had been followed in Bellis' case, "which appeared at first sight to warrant further explanation".

Faced with an outbreak of the Omicron variant, New Zealand recently scrapped plans to ease entry for returning nationals and instead closed its borders -- except for emergency cases -- to anyone without an existing quarantine booking.

ウェリントン - ニュージーランドの妊娠中のジャーナリストが、厳しいCovid-19の規制により、出産のための母国への再入国を拒否され、アフガニスタンのタリバンに避難を申し出ていると述べた。














‘I Believed in the U.S. But That Turned Out to Be Such a Big Mistake’
An Afghan journalist in hiding in Kabul talks about what it’s like in the capital city as the Taliban seize control.
On Sunday, as the Taliban moved into the capital city of Kabul with stunning speed, President Ashraf Ghani fled the country − a sign the Afghanistan government is on the verge of complete collapse. Nearly 20 years after the U.S. invaded Afghanistan in the wake of Sept. 11, the State Department is burning classified documents and scrambling to evacuate embassy employees. The Kabul airport is reportedly under attack.

We reached an Afghan journalist who has worked with American media outlets. Now in hiding with his family, the journalist, who asked not to be identified to protect his safety, described a city where fearful citizens are both shocked by the sudden turn of events − and bitterly disappointed by the Biden administration’s decision to pull out of Afghanistan.

There’s a lot of panic and fear in the city. There is a curfew, so it’s completely empty and quiet in the streets of Kabul right now.

So many journalists are calling me. I’m scared for their lives. It’s the worst night of my life for me and thousands of others.

It turned out to be against the expectations of everybody. We thought the Americans would not ditch us, which seems to be the case right now.

We could never have imagined and believed that this would happen. We could never imagine we could be betrayed so badly by the U.S. The feeling of betrayal… I dedicated my life to the [American] values.

There was a lot of promise, a lot of assurance. A lot of talk about values, a lot of talk about progress, about rights, about women’s rights, about freedom, about democracy. That all turned out to be hollow.

Had I known that this commitment was temporary, I wouldn't have risked my life. I could have left Kabul or stayed and not [pushed for freedom of the press in Afghanistan] at all. I would've had the freedom to go anywhere in Afghanistan. But right now, I'm just talking to you from hiding. This is the first time I'm experiencing this in my life.

I’m trying to find a way to leave. I’ve probably got like a big target on my back. If I said “I'm not scared,” I would be lying.

People here are shocked [by the U.S. pulling out of Afghanistan]. They never could imagine they would do this. If they abandon us, probably thousands of people would be killed. And you know no longer would the U.S. have the moral authority to go places to say, “We believe in human rights. We fight for human rights and democracy.”

I don't care if it's the Trump administration or the Biden administration. I believed in the U.S. But that turned out to be such a big mistake in my opinion.

[When the U.S. first invaded Afghanistan], there was a lot of hope.

I want the American lawmakers to know it’s not good to ditch your allies. This was the most irresponsible act, ever. It’s just like taking us and putting us before wolves.

The U.S. needs to be robust in terms of their actions. They need to be consistent and vigorous and say to the Taliban, ‘You cannot kill people.’ It needs to be communicated in a very vigorous and serious manner.

Would sending more U.S. troops help? Of course, it helps. I was really shocked when I heard the Taliban was in town. That was not part of the agreement.

Afghan journalists are able to broadcast, but not as much as they normally do. Many media outlets were out; even now, not all of them work. People have run to their houses, they’re staying in their houses.

I’ve left my destiny to the Almighty. Because I can no longer trust anybody.

n 日曜日、タリバンが首都カブールに驚くべき速さで進攻する中、アシュラフ・ガーニ大統領は国外に逃亡した-アフガニスタン政府が完全に崩壊する寸前であることを示している。米国が9月11日にアフガニスタンに侵攻してから約20年、国務省は機密文書を燃やし、大使館員を避難させるために奔走している。カブール空港は攻撃を受けていると伝えられている。

















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