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"Charlie Hebdo sparks Turkish fury with cartoon of Erdogan"


Die Türkei hat dem französischen Satiremagazin Charlie Hebdo wegen einer Titelkarikatur von Präsident Erdogan "kulturellen Rassismus" vorgeworfen und eine Klage in Aussicht gestellt. "Turkey has vowed to take 'legal, diplomatic actions' over a cartoon of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in French magazine Charlie Hebdo. The cartoon depicts Turkey's president lifting the dress of a veiled woman. State media say Turkish prosecutors have launched an official investigation into the satirical magazine. (…) The cartoon of Mr Erdogan has caused outrage within the Turkish government. Presidential communications director Fahrettin Altun said: 'Charlie Hebdo just published a series of so-called cartoons full of despicable images purportedly of our president. We condemn this most disgusting effort by this publication to spread its cultural racism and hatred.' (…) In response, the Turkish pro-government satirical magazine Misvak posted a number of cartoons criticising Mr Macron and Charlie Hebdo on its Twitter page."

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"France targets radical Islam amid row with Turkey"


Lucy Williamson berichtet über die neuen Maßnahmen der französischen Sicherheitsbehörden zur Eindämmung des radikalen Islamismus. "The French government's general crackdown on radical Islamism, in response to the beheading of the history teacher outside Paris this month, has been rapid and tough - a blizzard of inquiries, closures, plans and proposals that have sometimes been hard to keep track of. 'Fear will change sides,' President Emmanuel Macron is widely quoted as telling his Defence Council last week. The government has announced more than 120 searches of individual homes, the dissolution of associations accused of spreading Islamist rhetoric, plans to target terrorist funding, new support for teachers, and fresh pressure on social media companies to police content more efficiently. Nothing on this scale happened after other attacks on President Macron's watch, despite the violent murder of some 20 people during his tenure, among them police officers, a young woman at a train station and shoppers in a Christmas market. So what's different now?"

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"France urges Arab nations to prevent boycotts over Macron's cartoons defence"


In Reaktion auf Präsident Macrons Verteidigung des Rechts auf eine Veröffentlichung von Mohammed-Karikaturen in Frankreich ist in einigen arabischen Ländern ein Boykott gegen französische Waren ausgerufen worden. "France has urged Middle Eastern countries to end calls for a boycott of its goods in protest at President Emmanuel Macron's defence of the right to show cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. The French foreign ministry said the 'baseless' calls for a boycott were being 'pushed by a radical minority'. French products have been removed from some shops in Kuwait, Jordan and Qatar. Meanwhile, protests have been seen in Libya, Syria and the Gaza Strip. The backlash stems from comments made by Mr Macron after the gruesome murder of a French teacher who showed cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in class. The president said the teacher, Samuel Paty, 'was killed because Islamists want our future', but France would 'not give up our cartoons'."

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"Belarus protests: Nationwide strike to go ahead, says opposition leader"


Nach dem Einsatz von Blendgranaten gegen Demonstranten hat die weißrussische Opposition landesweite Streiks ausgerufen. "More than 200 people were detained on Sunday, according to rights group Vesna. 'Today the regime has once again shown Belarusians that violence is the only thing it is capable of,' Ms Tikhanovskaya said in a social media post, adding: 'Therefore tomorrow, October 26, a national strike will begin.' Earlier, tens of thousands of demonstrators marched for the 11th successive Sunday of protests. Footage showed people running from flashes and loud bangs as they tried to make their way to Mr Lukashenko's residence at the Independence Palace in the capital, Minsk. Ms Tikhanovskaya issued her ultimatum on 13 October, threatening a mass walkout by workers if Mr Lukashenko - who has ruled Belarus for 26 years - ignored their demands."

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"France recalls Turkey envoy after Erdogan says Macron needs 'mental check'"


Der türkische Präsident Erdogan hat Präsident Macron nach dessen Bekenntnis zum Kampf gegen den islamistischen Extremismus in Frankreich einen "psychischen Gesundheitstest" empfohlen. "(…) state secularism - or laïcité - is central to France's national identity. Curbing freedom of expression to protect the feelings of one particular community, the state says, undermines the country's unity. Responding to Mr Macron's campaign to defend such values - which began before the teacher was murdered - Mr Erdogan asked in a speech: 'What's the problem of the individual called Macron with Islam and with the Muslims?' He added: 'Macron needs treatment on a mental level.' 'What else can be said to a head of state who does not understand freedom of belief and who behaves in this way to millions of people living in his country who are members of a different faith?' In the wake of the remarks, a French presidential official told AFP news agency that France's ambassador to Turkey was being recalled for consultations, and would be meeting Mr Macron."

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"Taliban conflict: Afghan fears rise as US ends its longest war"


BBC-Korrespondentin Lyse Doucet berichtet in ihrer Reportage aus Afghanistan, dass die Stimmung angesichts des bevorstehenden Abzugs der US-Truppen immer angespannter werde. "The Taliban, now at their greatest strength since 2001, are advancing and attacking in districts across Afghanistan - despite a deal signed with the US in February which seemed to promise a respite to a nation exhausted by war and increasingly worried it will only get worse. (…) the descent into chaotic civil war among armed factions which followed the Soviet retreat in 1989 is also uppermost in Afghan minds. 'My personal worry is our own failure,' reflected Hamdullah Mohib when I asked about his main concern now. In a stark warning that the threat of civil war was 'very likely', he emphasised that the entire leadership of the government was now doing 'all we can to mitigate it'."

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"France teacher attack: Police raid homes of suspected Islamic radicals"


Nach der Ermordung eines Lehrers hat die französische Polizei die Wohnungen Dutzender mutmaßlicher islamistischer Extremisten durchsucht. "Some of those being questioned are believed to have posted messages of support for the killer of Samuel Paty. The government also said it was investigating 51 French Muslim associations. Police shot dead Mr Paty's suspected killer on Friday in a Paris suburb. On Monday, Interior Minister Gerard Darmanin said some of the Muslim associations would be shut down. He said the operations sent a message that there was 'no respite for enemies of the republic', and that they were expected to continue all week. Meanwhile, around 80 people would be interviewed by police, Mr Darmanin added. Some are believed to have posted messages in support of Mr Paty's killer while others are from associations - such as the Collective Against Islamophobia - that the government believes propagate a permanent message of defiance to the French state."

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"Nagorno-Karabakh: Armenia-Azerbaijan truce broken minutes after deal"


Ein neuer Waffenstillstand zwischen Armenien und Aserbaidschan ist offenbar nur wenige Minuten nach Inkrafttreten verletzt worden. "Armenia and Azerbaijan have accused each other of violating a humanitarian ceasefire in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Both sides agreed had agreed a truce to start at midnight local time (20:00 GMT Saturday). But an Armenian defence ministry spokeswoman said Azerbaijan broke the ceasefire after just four minutes by firing artillery shells and rockets. Azerbaijan later said Armenia had broken the truce after two minutes. Both countries signed a Russian-brokered ceasefire last Saturday. However, clashes continued despite that accord."

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"Armenia Azerbaijan: Reports of fresh shelling dent ceasefire hopes"


Die Hoffnungen auf einen dauerhaften Waffenstillstand in Bergkarabach sind der BBC zufolge schnell wieder gesunken. "There have been reports of fresh shelling in Nagorno-Karabakh, just hours after a ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan came into force. Blasts hit Stepanakert, the disputed region's capital, on Saturday evening, say eyewitnesses and Armenian media. Both sides had previously accused the other of continuing bombardments in other areas. After two weeks of fighting, the two countries agreed to a temporary truce during talks in Moscow on Friday. The now-fragile ceasefire was to allow the two countries to exchange prisoners and recover bodies from the recent bout of fighting."

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"Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Major cities hit as heavy fighting continues"


Im Konflikt um die Region Bergkarabach ist Ganja, die zweitgrößte Stadt Aserbaidschans, unter armenischen Beschuss geraten. "Azerbaijan's second-largest city, Ganja, has been shelled by Armenian forces, as heavy clashes continue over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. The enclave is officially part of Azerbaijan but run by ethnic Armenians. The self-proclaimed authorities there say they hit Ganja's military airport after Azerbaijani forces shelled the region's capital, Stepanakert. Azerbaijan says no Ganja military sites were hit. More than 220 people have died since clashes began a week ago."

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"Turkey and Greece set up military hotline amid energy tensions"


Die Türkei und Griechenland haben eine "Hotline" eingerichtet, um versehentliche militärische Zusammenstöße im östlichen Mittelmeer zu vermeiden. "The announcement of a hotline followed talks between Turkey and Greece at the Nato headquarters in Brussels. 'I welcome the establishment of a military de-confliction mechanism, achieved through the constructive engagement of Greece and Turkey, both valued Nato allies,' said Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. 'This safety mechanism can help to create the space for diplomatic efforts to address the underlying dispute and we stand ready to develop it further.' Such mechanisms enable direct communication between two sides - Russia and the US set one up during the Cold War and it has been in operation ever since. In August two Turkish and Greek war ships collided in the Eastern Mediterranean. Since then tensions have eased somewhat, with the Turkish research vessel leaving the area last month and both sides saying they were prepared to resume talks."

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"Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict: Why Caucasus flare-up risks wider war"


Laurence Broers, Kaukasus-Experte der Denkfabrik Chatham House, erklärt, warum sich der Konflikt zwischen Armenien und Aserbaidschan in Bergkarabach regional ausweiten könnte. "Rapid and consolidated military success, either through recapture of significant territory by Azerbaijan, or the repelling of Azerbaijani operations by Armenian forces, could open up scope for a ceasefire, but trigger domestic instability in whichever side fares worse. The longer that fighting goes on, and/or if one side is seen to be losing in a more protracted struggle, the more likely it is that Russia and Turkey will face difficult choices over whether to become more involved."

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"Charlie Hebdo: Stabbings suspect 'was trying to target magazine'"


Bei der Messerattacke in Paris am Freitag hat es sich den Behörden zufolge um einen islamistischen Terroranschlag gehandelt. Ziel sei erneut das Satiremagazin Charlie Hebdo gewesen. "A man suspected of injuring two people with a meat cleaver in Paris has admitted to deliberately targeting the former offices of the satirical Charlie Hebdo magazine, French media report. The man, an 18-year-old born in Pakistan, reportedly linked his actions to the magazine's recent republication of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. Charlie Hebdo did this as a trial over the 2015 Islamist attack on the magazine which killed 12 people began. The magazine's location is now secret."

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"Belarus: Mass protests after Lukashenko secretly sworn in"


Trotz andauernder Proteste gegen das offizielle Wahlergebnis in Belarus hat sich Amtsinhaber Lukaschenko in einer geheimen Zeremonie erneut als Präsident vereidigen lassen. BBC-Korrespondent Jonah Fisher berichtet: "The inauguration of Alexander Lukashenko on Wednesday morning appears to have changed the mood of both Belarus's demonstrators and the security forces. In the capital Minsk protesters were more confrontational, blocking roads and at times chasing the police vehicles away. In response, water cannon was used and masked riot police used tactics that haven't been seen since the violent days immediately after the disputed election in August. Video posted to Telegram channels shows batons being used on crowds and both men and women with bloody injuries to their heads. During his inaugural address, Mr Lukashenko spoke as if the protests that followed the election were over. That's clearly not the case."

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"Turkish ship at centre of row with Greece returns to coast"


In der schwelenden Krise zwischen Griechenland und der Türkei hat Ankara das Forschungsschiff "Oruc Reis" aus dem östlichen Mittelmeer abgezogen. "Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis welcomed the move as a 'positive first step'. Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said the move did not mean Turkey was 'giving up on our rights there'. Tensions flared when Ankara sent the research ship to survey an area claimed by Greece, Turkey and Cyprus. Ankara has since faced potential sanctions from the European Union, which supports Greece and Cyprus. Ratcheting pressure up further on Saturday, Mr Mitsotakis announced Greece was 'reinforcing its armed forces' and would buy 18 French Rafale fighter jets, four frigates and four navy helicopters. He said the Greek military would increase by troop numbers by 15,000 over the next five years."

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"9/11 attacks: What's happened to al-Qaeda?"


Mina Al-Lami schreibt anlässlich des Jahrestags der Anschläge vom 11. September 2001, dass sich die Al-Qaida heute in einem Zustand der "Unordnung" befinde. "Its branch in Syria was silenced in June by a rival force; in Yemen it suffered a defeat at the hands of rebels shortly after losing its leader in a US drone strike; and the leader of its North Africa branch was killed in a French raid in Mali in June and is yet to name a successor. Meanwhile, al-Qaeda's leader, Ayman al-Zawahiri, has been uncharacteristically absent for months, prompting speculation that he might be dead or incapacitated. But al-Qaeda's Africa branches, in Somalia and Mali, remain a potent force. Ideologically, al-Qaeda faces a familiar dilemma for the jihadist movement: to modernise and show flexibility in order to win over ordinary Muslims, and basically survive; or stick to strict jihadist principles and risk alienating Muslims. Each path has its risks."

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"India accuses China of 'provocative military movements' at border"


Indien hat China die Verletzung der Vereinbarungen vorgeworfen, die nach dem blutigen Zusammenstoß an der Grenze beider Länder im Himalaja getroffen wurden. "It said Chinese troops carried out 'provocative military movements' to change the status quo in Ladakh. At least 20 Indian soldiers died in clashes with Chinese troops in the region in June. China has not said if its soldiers also died. The two nuclear powers accused each other of crossing the poorly demarcated border and provoking the fight. China has denied that its troops violated the status quo. 'Chinese border troops have always strictly observed the Line of Actual Control and have never crossed the line. The border troops of the two countries have been in communication over territory issues,' China's foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said. But Delhi said that Indian troops 'pre-empted' Chinese activity on 'the Southern Bank of Pangong Tso Lake' on the night of 29 August."

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"Israel and UAE strike historic deal to normalise relations"


Israel und die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate haben einen historischen Friedensvertrag unterzeichnet. Der BBC zufolge ist es der dritte Vertrag dieser Art, den Israel mit einem arabischen Land abgeschlossen hat. Im Gegenzug wolle Israel auf die eigentlich geplante Annexion von Teilen des Westjordanlands verzichten. "A joint statement by Mr Trump, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed Al Nahyan said they hoped the 'historic breakthrough will advance peace in the Middle East'. As a result, they added, Israel would suspend its plans to annex large parts of the occupied West Bank. Until now Israel has had no diplomatic relations with Gulf Arab countries (…) The agreement marks only the third Israel-Arab peace deal since Israel's declaration of independence in 1948. Egypt signed one in 1979, and Jordan in 1994. In the coming weeks delegations from Israel and the UAE will meet to sign bilateral agreements regarding investment, tourism, direct flights, security, telecommunications, technology, energy, healthcare, culture, the environment, the establishment of reciprocal embassies."

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"Barakah: UAE starts up Arab world's first nuclear plant"


In den Vereinigten Arabischen Emiraten ist der erste arabische Atomreaktor in Betrieb genommen worden. "The oil-rich UAE wants Barakah to meet a quarter of its energy needs, as it adopts more sustainable energy sources. Just two weeks ago the UAE sent a probe on a mission to Mars - another high-profile scientific first for the Gulf nation. (…) Last year Qatar called the Barakah plant a 'flagrant threat to regional peace and environment'. Qatar is a bitter regional rival of the UAE and Saudi Arabia. Across the Gulf lies Iran, hostile to the UAE, and subject to US sanctions because of its controversial nuclear programme. Dr Paul Dorfman, head of the international Nuclear Consulting Group, wrote last year that 'the tense geopolitical environment in the Gulf makes nuclear a more controversial issue in this region than elsewhere, as new nuclear power provides the capability to develop and make nuclear weapons'. The London-based scientist also highlighted the risk of radioactive pollution in the Gulf."

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"Russia satellite: Kremlin accuses US and UK of 'distorting' truth"


Die USA und Großbritannien werfen Russland vor, einen bewaffneten Satelliten getestet und damit die friedliche Nutzung des Weltalls gefährdet zu haben. Moskau hat die Vorwürfe zurückgewiesen. "In a statement on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said that one of the country's 'inspector' satellites had 'carried out a check of a Russian spacecraft at close range with the use of specialised small spacecraft apparatus'. It said the operation 'did not violate any norms or principles of international law'. The ministry accused the US and UK of 'again attempting to present the situation in a distorted manner in order to... justify their steps to deploy weapons in space and achieve funding to that end'. (…) In a statement on Thursday, Gen Jay Raymond, who heads US space command, said there was evidence Russia had 'conducted a test of a space-based anti-satellite weapon'. (…) Russia, the UK, the US and China are among more than 100 nations to have committed to a space treaty that stipulates that outer space is to be explored by all and purely for peaceful purposes. The treaty adds that weapons should not be placed in orbit or in space."

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"Chinese consulate in Houston ordered to close by US"


Die US-Regierung hat die Schließung eines chinesischen Konsulats in Houston angeordnet. "The US State Department said the decision was taken 'in order to protect American intellectual property'. But China's foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said it was 'outrageous and unjustified'. The statements came after unidentified individuals were filmed burning paper in bins in the building's courtyard. Tensions have been rising between the US and China for some time. President Donald Trump's administration has clashed repeatedly with Beijing over trade and the coronavirus pandemic, as well as China's imposition of a controversial new security law on Hong Kong."

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"Iran halts execution of three protesters after online campaign"


Eine Twitter-Kampagne in Iran hat zur vorläufigen Aufhebung der Hinrichtung von drei jungen Iranern geführt, die sich im vergangenen Jahr an Protesten gegen die Regierung beteiligten und dafür zum Tode verurteilt wurden. "(…) one of their lawyers (…) told reporters that a request for a retrial had been accepted by the supreme court. The decision comes after a hashtag against their execution was used millions of times online. UN experts say the men confessed under torture and were subjected to 'unfair trials'. (…) The three men were sentenced to death earlier this year, but it was the supreme court's decision to uphold the sentence earlier this week that unleashed public anger, with the Persian hashtag #do_not_execute used seven million times online. More than 300 protesters were killed and thousands others were arbitrarily detained during the authorities' crackdown against November's unrest, according to human rights group Amnesty International."

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"Coronavirus: Russian spies target Covid-19 vaccine research"


Dem britischen National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) zufolge haben russische Geheimdienste "mit hoher Wahrscheinlichkeit" versucht, mit Hilfe von Hackern an britische Covid-19-Forschungsergebnisse zu gelangen. "The UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) said the hackers 'almost certainly' operated as 'part of Russian intelligence services'. It did not specify which organisations had been targeted, or whether any information had been stolen. But it said vaccine research had not been hindered by the hackers. The hackers are part of a group called APT29, also known as 'the Dukes' or 'Cozy Bear'. The NCSC said it was more than 95% certain that APT29 was part of the Russian intelligence services. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said: 'It is completely unacceptable that the Russian intelligence services are targeting those working to combat the coronavirus pandemic.'"

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"Yemen: UK to resume Saudi arms sales after humanitarian review"


Großbritannien wird seine Waffenverkäufe an Saudi-Arabien trotz des fortlaufenden Kriegs in Jemen der BBC zufolge wieder aufnehmen. "Sales were suspended last year after a legal challenge by campaigners. A subsequent review found 'isolated incidents' of possible violations but no pattern of non-compliance and 'no clear risk' of future serious breaches. The Campaign Against the Arms Trade said it was a 'morally bankrupt' move. It accused the government of 'rank hypocrisy' after, on Monday, it banned 20 senior Saudi officials from entering the UK and frozen their assets in connection with the 2018 killing of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Labour said the government's 'mixed messages...undermined the UK's claim to be human rights defenders'. The UK's support for the Saudi-led international coalition in Yemen, which is backing the country's government in its battle against a long-running Houthi insurgency, has proved highly controversial."

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"Hong Kong security law: Anger as China's Xi signs legislation"


China hat das umstrittene Sicherheitsgesetz für Hongkong beschlossen, das von vielen Kritikern als Anfang vom Ende des Sonderstatus der ehemaligen britischen Kronkolonie betrachtet wird. "The UK, EU and Nato have expressed concern and anger after China passed a controversial security law giving it new powers over Hong Kong. President Xi Jinping signed the law and it will be placed in Hong Kong's mini-constitution, criminalising sedition and effectively curtailing protests. Hong Kong's leader, Carrie Lam, defended the law, saying it filled a 'gaping hole' in national security. One key pro-democracy group said it was now ceasing all operations. (…) Beijing is expected to clarify the law later on Tuesday. No draft was made public beforehand and even Ms Lam said she could not comment on its terms while the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress discussed them. It could come into effect as early as Wednesday, the anniversary of the return of sovereignty to China and a day that draws pro-democracy protests. China says the law is needed to tackle unrest and instability linked to a broadening pro-democracy movement."

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"Children held in Islamic State group camps 'are a time bomb'"


Die BBC berichtet in einem Videobeitrag über die aktuelle Lage in den kurdisch kontrollierten Internierungslagern in Syrien. "Islamic State group has described the coronavirus as 'God’s little soldier'. In Iraq and Syria, the outbreak has meant fewer western troops battling against the extremists. In both countries the extremists have re-emerged with a guerrilla campaign of assassinations and execution-style killings. Thousands of the group's fighters and their women and children are being held in Kurdish-controlled detention camps in northern Syria. One woman there told the BBC she feared some children were becoming even more radical than their parents. The camps are no longer secure, and IS has renewed its threat to try to free the women."

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