“Condemn” in the news
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· ‘Hungary before all else’: How the First World War is still being used to fuel Hungarian populism →
But its opportunistic kaiser, Wilhelm II, took a gamble, effectively hitching his nation to the coattails of the empire’s beef with Serbia and condemning his continent – and others – to four long years of war.
· Mexican president exits Trump embrace smiling, Democrats grumble →
Garcia was one of more than a dozen members of the Hispanic Caucus - all of them Democrats - who in a letter had urged Trump to cancel the meeting, which they condemned as an attempt to distract from the coronavirus pandemic and to politicise US-Mexico relations.
· Catastrophic £10BILLION bill racked up for failed test and trace system -and YOU'RE paying →
Dr Billy Palmer, senior research fellow at the Nuffield Trust, condemned the figures and stated the Government had put its hopes of preventing a second wave of infections on to a “leaky system”.
· Trump's top general appears to contradict president on military bases named for Confederates →
'Personally outraged by George Floyd's brutal and senseless' killing, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley condemns 'centuries of injustice to black Americans'
· The Perils of ‘With Us or Against Us’ →
For now, the bookstore has failed to release statements condemning America’s campaign of drone strikes, War on Terror detainees still held in indefinite detention, or the epidemic of rape and sexual abuse in juvenile detention facilities.
· Detroit: civil rights coalition sues to bar water shutoffs for residents →
Detroit, which has one of the most expensive water rates in the country, has disconnected more than 140,000 households since 2014, as part of an internationally condemned debt collection scheme which has left thousands of vulnerable residents without running water for months or years.
The New York Times
· The Killing of Qassim Suleimani Was Unlawful, Says U.N. Expert →
A State Department spokeswoman, Morgan Ortagus, condemned Ms. Callamard’s report as “dishonest” and “tendentious” and said that, by “giving a pass to terrorists,” it underscored why the United States was right to leave the Human Rights Council in 2018.
· Pats’ Edelman hopes Jackson posts serve as teaching moment →
In a video posted to Instagram on Thursday, Edelman joined the Eagles, NFL and others who have condemned Jackson’s posts over the weekend in which he shared a screenshot of a quote widely attributed to Adolf Hitler, saying in part: “Jews will blackmail America.”
The China Post
· Chemical weapons watchdog’s council condemns Syrian attacks →
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The governing body of the world’s chemical weapons watchdog on Thursday condemned the use of chemical weapons by Syria and called on the government of President Bashar Assad to declare all of its chemical arsenal.
· Anti-mask Republican wields chainsaw and blowtorch while comparing safety mandates to Nazi Germany →
He condemns the Shreveport executive order implemented by the city’s mayor that requires residents to wear masks in business establishments to protect the population against coronavirus infection.