Mass demonstration in Paris in support of Palestine Mass demonstration in Paris in support of Palestine

Mass demonstration in Paris in support of Palestine

Mass demonstration in Paris in support of Palestine

A massive pro-Palestine demonstration began in Paris on Saturday afternoon, including hundreds of protesters, and the flow of demonstrators is expected to continue.

Mass demonstration in Paris in support of Palestine French authorities prevent a demonstration in support of the Palestinians in Paris

The demonstrators raised Palestinian flags and slogans demanding “stop the war” on Gaza, and “stop the genocide” to which the residents of the Gaza Strip have been subjected at the hands of the Israeli army for more than 3 months.

It should be noted that last October, after the Israeli army began its military operations in the Gaza Strip, the French authorities banned demonstrations in support of the Palestinian people throughout the country. This did not prevent marches from taking place in Paris and other cities to denounce the Israeli attacks on Gaza.

The French Council of State later decided to nullify the government's decision to ban pro-Palestine demonstrations.

The death toll from the Israeli bombing on the Gaza Strip has risen, according to the latest official data on Saturday, to 22,722 dead , and the wounded to 58,166 since October 7.

 

Berlin: Our laws do not allow the extradition of Ukrainians wanted for military service in their country

Berlin: Our laws do not allow the extradition of Ukrainians wanted for military service in their country

German Justice Minister Marco Bushmann stated that German laws do not allow the extradition to Kiev of Ukrainians wanted for military service in their country.

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“I understand the Ukrainian government’s motives for summoning Ukrainian men abroad to serve in the army,” Bushmann said in an interview with the Welt am Sonntag newspaper. “As Minister of Justice, I say that German law does not allow their extradition.”

Ukrainian Defense Minister Rustam Amirov announced in an interview with Bild newspaper last December that his country intends to recruit Ukrainians who left abroad in 2024.

The newspaper indicated that 221,571 Ukrainians between the ages of 18 and 60 have entered German territory since February 2022.

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky announced that his country's military leadership asked him to mobilize an additional 450-500 thousand personnel, after Kiev forces' heavy human losses during their "counterattack."
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