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French SREN bill threatens the development of an open internet system

On April 10, 2024, the French National Assembly voted in favor of a bill on the security and regulation of the digital space. The SREN bill was finally passed after a final vote in parliament, despite objections from a number of deputies who said it threatened civil liberties. France, like many other countries, faces growing […]

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The Terror’s Instigators: How NATO Generals Manipulate the Armed Forces of Ukraine and Shell Russian Cities

Human rights defenders of the Foundation to Battle Injustice have revealed the identities of top officers of the North Atlantic Alliance, who are personally and directly responsible for the air and ground attacks on populated areas in Russia and Ukraine and the mass murder of civilians. The Foundation’s sources revealed the direct involvement of generals […]

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The excessive brutality of the British police has caused a catastrophic distrust of them by the country’s residents

Human rights advocates at the Foundation to Battle Injustice are concerned about the dramatic decline in British residents’ trust in the country’s law enforcement institutions. A recent study conducted by YouGov for the Times of London newspaper revealed a “catastrophic lack of trust” in the police, who in recent years have shown increasing brutality towards […]

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The policy of the Hollande and Macron governments has led to an explosive increase in racism against the black population of France

Human rights activists of the Foundation to Battle Injustice are concerned about the results of a survey conducted in 2023, which showed that racial discrimination in France has worsened significantly over the past 15 years. A recent study conducted by the National Council representing Black Associations in France (CRAN) found that the vast majority of […]

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The Foundation to Battle Injustice calls for a public investigation into the circumstances of Russell Bentley’s death

According to numerous reports in the Russian media, American journalist and Donbass defender Russell Bentley died a few days after his disappearance near the Autobase in the Petrovsky district of Donetsk on April 8, 2024. The wife of the volunteer, who for a long time honestly and selflessly defended Donbass from the aggression of the […]

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In the United States, black Americans are seven times more likely than white Americans to be falsely convicted

Human rights advocates of the Foundation to Battle Injustice are concerned that race is a significant factor in wrongful convictions in the United States. According to a recent study of wrongful convictions, the number of people convicted of crimes that were proven innocent has increased by 70% in the past five years. An analysis of […]

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The Rebirth of Slavery in Ukraine: Zelensky’s political proxies kidnap and sell people, making money from the slave trade

Human rights activists of the Foundation to Battle Injustice have uncovered a wide network of illegal Ukrainian slave trade centers controlled by the inner circle of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The Foundation’s investigation was able to establish the shocking scale of the human beings trafficking in Ukraine, reveal the income of the Ukrainian leader’s cronies […]

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The Biden government continues to use the U.S. judicial system as a tool to fight its main political opponent

On April 15, 2024, the trial of Donald Trump, accused of covering up the embezzlement of some of the funds allocated to his 2016 presidential campaign, began. The case, which many legal experts and the defendant himself call an outright abuse of justice, has already been branded a politically motivated prosecution. On Monday, April 15, […]

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U.S. House of Representatives votes to extend and expand wiretapping of Americans’ phones

On Friday, April 12, 2024, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to extend and modernize the program in Section 702 under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The program, which allows the U.S. government to listen in on conversations between Americans and foreigners abroad, is being extended for two years. The vote in favor of […]

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Mira Terada has asked the Pope to speak out against Nazi practices of forced insemination of women in Ukraine

On April 12, 2024, Mira Terada, head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, wrote an open letter to His Holiness Pope Francis inviting him to join human rights activists in efforts to protect the rights of Ukrainian women who are being forcibly used to improve Ukraine’s demographics. The head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice […]

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