Detention en las noticias
Colocaciones de ejemplo
|detention camp||Campo de detención|
|detention center||Centro de detención|
|detention centers||Centros de detención|
|detention facility||Centro de detención|
|juvenile detention||Detención juveníl|
Modismos y frases →
Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
· Texas deputy helped to 'facilitate' attack that left inmate hospitalized, sheriff says →
Camacho-Morales, who had been with sheriff's department based in San Antonio for almost 6 years, is accused of allowing an attack at a county detention center that left an inmate with facial fractures and a damaged spine.
· Ethiopian migrants in Yemen are being scapegoated over coronavirus, UN reports →
Over the course of Yemen's civil war, African migrants determined to reach oil-rich Saudi Arabia have endured unspeakable cruelties – torture, rape, detention, extortion – often perilously close to front lines.
· Thai man forced to psychiatric hospital over T-shirt motto →
“Tiwakorn’s case is the first in which the authorities had someone committed someone straight to the psychiatric facility without having gone through filing charges and legal detention first,” said Yingcheep.
The New York Times
· A Different Cold War →
A Michigan high school student was sent to juvenile detention in May after not completing her online homework, ProPublica reported.
· Outcry after Iran's judiciary upholds death penalty for three protesters →
Rights groups say all three have reported being beaten or tortured in detention including with electric shocks and by being hung upside down for extended periods.
· Exclusive: Corruption allegations in Namibian 5G deal with Huawei →
Shanghala and Esau have been in detention since late November 2019, pending trials for corruption, money laundering and fraud.
· UN says migrants in Yemen stranded, abused amid coronavirus fears →
Over the course of Yemen's five-year civil war, African migrants determined to reach oil-rich Saudi Arabia have endured unspeakable cruelties - torture, rape, detention, extortion - often perilously close to the front lines.
The New York Times
· ‘Coming Out of the Woodwork’: Black Lives Matter in Small-Town America →
She teaches teenagers at a private juvenile detention center in the county, and as one of the few Black employees, has been one of the only ones who will talk with the boys there about what has been happening outside.
· How McKinsey Is Making $100 Million (and Counting) Advising on the Government’s Bumbling Coronavirus Response →
Newly uncovered documents show the consulting giant helped ICE find “detention savings opportunities” — including some that the agency’s staff viewed as too harsh on immigrants.