AP, Europe, Advocacy Group Human Rights discussed on 24 Hour News

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The tide is turning globally in regards to how populations react to the abuse of autocrats. According to the advocacy group Human Rights, Watch AP's at Karen chatmoss reports coalitions of states, civic, groups and popular movements are pushing back against those youtuber tail freedom in its annual report. The group said that the big news of the pasta isn't the persistence of authoritarian trends, but the growing opposition to them the group's director Kenneth Roth says the same populist. He spread hatred and intolerance of heating a resistance that keeps winning battles. According to the report released in Berlin examples of such piss box can be seen in efforts to resist attacks on democracy in Europe, prevent a bloodbath in Syria. Ulta stop the Saudi led bombing and blockading of your many civilians. I'm Karen Thomas. Scientists say the world's permafrost is getting warmer. The study published Wednesday found temperatures increasing by an average of no point three degrees celsius over a decade. Research is working on the global terrestrial network for pummeled frost collected samples in the Arctic Antarctic and high mountain ranges of Europe and central Asia. They found the biggest rise in Siberia, where frozen soil temperatures rose by North Point nine degrees celsius between two thousand seven and two thousand and sixteen. Scientists say the increase is track global warming. Generally, they noted that flooring permafrost contains organic matter that can release greenhouse gases further stoking climate change. Immigration hearings have been canceled across the country because of the partial government shutdown AP's. Jackie Quinn reports. One immigration lawyer notes. It's ironic that the process the stall attorney Hans Meyer in Denver says the partial government shutdown has led to the cancellation of thousands of non detention immigration hearings. People who are trying to take the legal steps they need to become citizens following the law trying to get their day in court. So they can get a decision to either grant than their status or maintain their status, and it can't get their day in court, which is immensely frustrating. Because in some cases, eligibility might be an issue if we wait too long, researchers at Syracuse university are estimating nearly seventy thousand immigration cases, have to be postponed. I'm Jacky Quin. The standoff goes on I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute, Idaho. Republican congressman culture says President Trump was right to deny a military plane for house speaker Nancy Pelosi for an overseas trip. I would agree with.

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