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Iran: Lawmaker says women who remove headscarves are prostitutesAn Iranian lawmaker on Tuesday labeled women who have taken off mandatory headscarves to protest against the death of Mahsa Amini as "rioters" who are "out to prostitute themselves." Mahmoud Nabavian, a legislator from Tehran, made the comments as hardline attitudesgrow against ongoing protests following Amini's death, which occurred while in police custody. Nabavian suggested that taking off the hijab, or headscarf, was akin to being naked in publ...  Tue, 27 Sep 2022 21:02:00 GMT
Denmark, Sweden view Nord Stream pipeline leaks as 'deliberate actions'Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen and her Swedish counterpart Magdalena Andersson both said on Tuesday that leaks in the Nord Stream pipelines were "deliberate" and not accidental in nature. Frederiksen told journalists Tuesday that the "clear assessment" by authorities was that leaks "was not an accident." She added there was "no information yet to indicate who may be behind this action." On being asked whether she thought the incident was an attack on Denmark, Frederiksen said that the leaks happened in international waters and "the answer is thus no." The Danish Energy Agency expects the leaks from the pipelines, both full of gas, to ...  Tue, 27 Sep 2022 20:46:00 GMT
Mexico: Prosecutor in missing students probe resignsMexico's special prosecutor leading the Attorney General's Office's investigation into the abduction and disappearances of 43 students in 2014 has resigned, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Tuesday. Omar Gomez Trejo's resignation came a day after the eighth anniversary of the crime in which students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers' College — known as a bulwark of radical protests and for defying drug cartel extortion  — went missing on September 26, 2014. They were said to have been stopped by corrupt local police in the southwestern city of Iguala and handed over to a drug cartel. Officials say the s...  Tue, 27 Sep 2022 19:48:00 GMT
Ukrainian refugees push Germany's population to record highGermany's population has hit a record high of more than 84 million people this year, driven mainly by an influx of Ukrainian refugees, the German Federal Statistical Office said on Tuesday. Germany recorded net immigration of 750,000 people from Ukraine in the first half of 2022, according to the office, responsible for collecting information on German society, economy and the environment. "The decisive factor for the current development is the influx of refugees from Ukraine as a result of the Russian war of aggression," the office said....  Tue, 27 Sep 2022 19:37:00 GMT
Situation in UAE increasingly worrying for international LGBTQ communityA kiss, a hug or holding hands — acts of fondness by same sex couples in public have always been out of question in the United Arab Emirates. However, behind closed doors, it has been a different affair for members of the international LGBTQ community .  "Much of the Dubaian gay nightlife takes place in venues within the city's copious international hotels, which are technically open to all who can afford them," Ryan Centner, a profes...  Tue, 27 Sep 2022 19:22:00 GMT
Russia-Ukraine updates: Russians pour into EU amid military call-upThe European Union's Frontex border control agency said 66,000 Russians have entered the EU in the past week. This represents a 30% increase compared with the previous week, according to the agency. It said that most of the crossings were occurring at the Finnish and Estonian sections of the border. According to Frontex, most arrivals had visas, residence permits or dual citizenship. Frontex predicted that illegal border crossings could increase if the Kremlin decides to close Russia's borders for potential conscripts. Thousands of military-age men have been leaving Russi...  Tue, 27 Sep 2022 18:30:00 GMT
Ukraine: US, NATO condemn Kremlin-staged 'referendums' as voting endsThe US and NATO on Tuesday condemned Kremlin-staged "referendums" in eastern Ukraine as voting concluded. Early results of voting that could lead Russia to declare 15% of Ukraine's territory annexed showed overwhelming majorities of residents in favor of joining Russia, the Russian state news agency RIA said. The votes, which Kyiv and its allies dismissed as a sham, were staged in Donetsk and Luhansk in the east and Kherson and Zaporizhzhia in the south. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the the West would "never r...  Tue, 27 Sep 2022 18:17:00 GMT
Alisher Usmanov: German police raid yacht of Russian oligarchMore than 60 police officers raided a luxury yacht in northern Germany tied to a Russian businessman accused of breaching sanctions and money laundering, Frankfurt prosecutors said Tuesday.   Authorities identified the suspect only as a 69-year-old Russian businessman but did say he was the target of the same investigation last week. At that time, police raided a lakeside villa registered to Alisher Usmanov — a close ally of Vladimir Putin's. They also searched 24 other properties connected to him in the German states of Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Hamb...  Tue, 27 Sep 2022 17:15:00 GMT
Germany's energy crisis: Economy Minister Robert Habeck under pressureA TV interview in early September marked the turning point for Germany's most popular politician: Economy Minister and Vice-Chancellor Robert Habeck, visibly exhausted, appeared on public broadcaster ZDF, where he was asked whether he feared a wave of insolvencies because of the rising energy prices. In an obvious attempt to make the situation seem less dramatic, he spoke incoherently about small bakeries possibly having to halt production, leaving his audience wondering wheth...  Tue, 27 Sep 2022 17:00:00 GMT
Germany plans to keep 2 nuclear power plants in operationGermany will keep two of its remaining three nuclear power plants running until at least April, Germany's Economic Minister Robert Habeck said on Tuesday. Habeck said the two nuclear reactors, Isar 2 in Bavaria, and Neckarwestheim, north of Stuttgart, would continue running until mid-April. Officials in Germany earlier this month said they would stick to their planning of shutting down nuclear plants, but keep the option of reactivating them in case of an energy shortage. The Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection said earlier this month that it was concerned about Germany's electricity situation ahead of winter. Germany, which h...  Tue, 27 Sep 2022 16:29:00 GMT