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France -

 Like many countries around the world, the prison population in France had fallen as a result of the Pandemic. Unfortunately, since the resumption of judicial activity, the number of people incarcerated has drastically increased, and the space to hold those people has not. According to France's Ministry of Justice, a total of 68,472 detainees were languishing in French prisons back in September 2021. Crammed into an outdated prison system with only 60,374 operational places, those detainees have been forced to live in overcrowded spaces. However, the figure compiled by the Ministry of Justice does not paint the full picture, as...

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  Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, alcohol use has been on the rise, and with it, an increased number of people are being hospitalized for side effects of which they are unaware.  Alcohol is a drug, but a legal one. Light drinking of red wine is associated with reduced stress and a healthier heart, a cold beer is seen as a refreshing way to relax, and most government guidelines cite health benefits to drinking 1 to 2 units of alcohol a day. However, according to research done by the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) in a...

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PIE, The Paedophile Information Exchange -

The Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) was a highly manipulative child rape lobby. From the early 1970s onward, their tentacles and influence reached prominent individuals throughout the UK, to the point that they received UK government funding and endorsement. Part of PIE's strategy involved affiliating with legitimate rights organisations as a cover. They piggybacked on protests against the UK's unequal age of consent for homosexuals to pursue a campaign for NO age of consent (legalized rape of babies). Their infiltration tactics caused decades of stigma to attach to homosexuals and made the fight for acceptance of gay marriage and adoption much harder than it would otherwise have been. PIE's main objective was to legalize child rape and declare it a sexual orientation and a protected status. 

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UK, USA -

  The U.S. government has won an appeal at Britain's High Court over Julian Assange's extradition. The British appellate court overturned a lower court's decision that the WikiLeaks founder's mental health was too fragile to withstand the U.S. criminal justice system. London's High Court ruled that U.S. assurances were sufficient to assure Assange's humane treatment. The high court ordered that a lower court judge refer Assange's extradition request to the interior minister of Britain for review. Priti Patel, who oversees U.K. law enforcement, will decide on Assange's extradition. The high court ruled that "There is no reason why this court...

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Myanmar, UK, USA -

  Myanmar Rohingya refugees seek $150 billion from Meta Platforms Inc (FB.O), formerly known as Facebook, for failing to act against hate speech that contributed to violence and genocide directed at Rohingyas in Myanmar.According to Edelson PC and Fields PLLC's lawsuit, the company failed to police content that contributed to violence against the Rohingya community. Furthermore, in coordination with British lawyers, Facebook's London office was given a letter of notice. In 2018, U.N. human rights investigators reported that Facebook had played a key role in spreading hate speech that fueled violence and genocide against the Rohingya. The U.N. fact-finding mission...

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