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Poland plans to become the first NATO ally to hand out warplanes to Ukraine

Poland plans to become the first NATO ally to hand out warplanes to Ukraine 

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New phase for weapon supply

2023年3月30日木曜日

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EPF SAVINGS TO ' SUPPORT ' LOAN APPLICATIONS, CLAFIRIES MINISTRY OF FINANCE

EPF SAVINGS TO ' SUPPORT ' LOAN APPLICATIONS, CLAFIRIES MINISTRY OF FINANCE 

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PETALING JAYA, SELANGOR : The finance ministry (MoF) has clarified that EPF savings can be used to support loan applications.

Previously, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim proposed for retirement savings to be used as collateral for loans.

In a statement, the finance ministry said the government was finalising the initiative to allow EPF members to use the savings in their Account 2 to support loan applications from banks.

" This initiative will not burden the people because the interest rates (conventional) and profit rates (Islamic) imposed by the banks involved in this initiative are expected to be around 4% to 5%.

It said these rates were far lower than market rates for loans which are around 8% to 15%.

The ministry also said the initiative does not violate Section 51 of the EPF Act 1998 as the savings in Account 2 could only be used to support loan applications.

" EPF will provide details of the initiative in the near future."

Previously, Anwar proposed using EPF savings as collateral for those seeking emergency loans, following repeated calls from the opposition and other groups to allow further withdrawals.

The proposal was criticised by the Malaysian Trades Union Congress and the Sarawak Bank Employees' Union.


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' THAILAND HOT GUY ' EVENT CANCELLED AFTER WARNING - POLICE

' THAILAND HOT GUY ' EVENT CANCELLED AFTER WARNING - POLICE

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KUALA LUMPUR (March 22,2023): The bar hosting the “Thai Hot Guy” event here has agreed to cancel it after receiving a warning from authorities, Wangsa Maju police chief Supt Ashari Abu Samah said.


Ashari said the police visited the bar after becoming aware of posters online promoting the event later this month, and met with both the event organisers and management of the bar.

“The police issued a stern warning to the organisers not to proceed with the event and to cancel it.

“Both the organisers and management agreed to cancel it, and no event or programme will be held such as that being spread online,” he said in a statement.

Ashari also said 60 reports had already been lodged over the event as of 4pm, adding that police would monitor the venue closely and take action in the event if any laws were broken.

Earlier today, the political secretary to to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim responded to the brewing controversy by saying the venue was not licensed to host the show that would have featured waiters in lingerie from a popular Bangkok restaurant.

Azman Abidin also said the venue called Privacy Club, which is located off Jalan Tun Razak, was operating on a restaurant permit that had expired in 2021.


Controversy began growing yesterday after Islamist party PAS complained that the event was hurtful to Muslims as it would be held during their holy month of Ramadan.

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2023年3月28日火曜日

PEOPLE SMUGGLERS USE TIKTOK TO PROMOTE THEIR SERVICES

PEOPLE SMUGGLERS USE TIKTOK TO PROMOTE THEIR SERVICES

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MEXICO CITY (MARCH 23, 2023): A photo posted to TikTok shows a group of people dressed in camouflage, hoping to blend into the shadowy vegetation dotting the nighttime landscape of the Mexican desert. The picture was not uploaded by social media influencers on an adventurous vacation - it's an advertisement by people smugglers.


Technology-savvy criminals using the popular video-sharing app are posing a growing challenge to Mexican and United States authorities fighting a regional migration crisis.


" Departing this weekend. People from Mexico interested in crossing to the United States, leave your messages," the TikTok post said.


Another account offering to smuggle irregular migrants through the violence-wracked Mexican border state of Tamaulipas shows a photo of minors in an inflatable boat on a river.


" We also make crossings with children and family," it said.


An AFP investigation found dozens of similar accounts around the region, including in Guatemala, Colombia and Ecuador.


And using the hastag #pollero - a slang term for a people smuggler - one account offered " SAFE WORK " for drivers in the southwestern United States state of Arizona for payment of up to US$15,000.


" If you have a car and want to make easy money, write to me," said a message in English.


The advertising violates TikTok's officials rules, which prohibit the " PROMOTION AND FACILITATION OF CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES."


" Maintaining the safety of our community is a responsibility we take very seriously," a spokesman for the app told AFP.


" We do not tolerate content that promotes human exploitation, including human trafficking," he added.


According to TikTok, in the third quarter of 2022 the firm removed 82 percent of the videos linked to criminal practices on its own initiative.


Seeking to fend off calls for the app to be banned in the United States as long as it remains a Chinese company, TikTok chief executive Shou Zi Chew was due to testify before United States lawmakers today.


He would deny that the app has, or would ever, share data with the Chinese government, according to his prepared remarks made available by the House Energy and Commerce Committee.


CYBER POLICE PATROLS

In Mexico, authorities have formed specialized cells to counter the threat posed by people smugglers on social media.


In a room full of computers in Mexico City, dozens of experts from the government's Criminal Investigation Agency have been monitoring social media accounts since 2017.


A board lists people of interest and their online activities.


The unit has been involved in around 300 human trafficking investigations, said Rolando Rosas, head of the communications center at the Federal Ministerial Police, part of the Attorney General's Office.


In Mexico, " digital service companies are obliged to hand over information when there's a crime, " he said, welcoming the good cooperation with social media platforms.


The unit's head, Benjamin Oviedo, said that his team intervenes, for example, when payment to a trafficker is agreed on or made through the internet.


But the advertisements are not always real.


" Many of the things that we find can sometimes be a fraud," said Rosas.


According to a report published by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in February 2023, TikTok is used by people smugglers as a way to promote successful cases of irregular crossings.


If warned that the crime opened the door to others, such as the sexual exploitation of minors.


The organizations surveyed more than 500 migrants in transit, of whom nearly two-thirds said they had accessed a smartphone and the internet during the trip.


Transporting migrants by road, often in vans or crammed into the back of trucks, sometimes without ventilation, is one of the quickest but most dangerous methods used by people smugglers.


More than 7,600 migrants have died or disappeared in transit in the Americas since 2014, according to the IOM.


Of those, nearly 1,000 were the result of vehicle accidents or linked to hazardous transport, the United Nations agency says.


TikTok is also used by migrants to share advice with each other on how to survive the treacherous journey to the United States.


Andrea, 25, and her friend Beatriz, 29, who left Venezuela in October, used the app to find recommendations on traveling through danger zones such as the Darien Gap, an inhospitable jungle area straddling the Colombian-Panamanian border.


Now in Mexico, Andrea, who did not want to give her full name, pulled out her cellphone to show the profile of a young woman who has managed to reach the United States and put together a travel blog.

She gives recommendations of what to pack and which medicines to carry - advice that is sometimes, but now always, useful, Beatriz said.


" EVERYONE'S EXPERIENCE IS VERY PERSONAL," she added.


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2023年3月27日月曜日

UNITED NATION : GREEN TECHNOLOGY BOOM LOOMS BUT POOR NATIONS RISK BEING ECLIPSED

UNITED NATION : GREEN TECHNOLOGY BOOM LOOMS BUT POOR NATION RISK BEING ECLIPSED

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GENEVA (March 16, 2023): The green technology industry could be worth several trillion dollars by 2030 but developing countries will miss out on the boom unless they jump in now, the UN said today.


From a roughly equal position three years ago, green technology exports from the most advanced countries are already racing ahead of developing nations, warned the United Nations’ trade and development agency, UNCTAD.

And without intervention to close the gap, early adopters will build in lasting advantages, making it even harder for developing countries to catch up, UNCTAD said.

“We are at the beginning of a technological revolution based on green technologies,” said the agency’s chief Rebeca Grynspan.

“Missing this technological wave… would have long-lasting negative implications.”

UNCTAD estimated that 17 key frontier technologies, which are at the leading edge of green innovation, could create a market worth more than US$9.5 trillion by 2030 — up from US$1.5 trillion in 2020.

The technologies include artificial intelligence, electric vehicles, green hydrogen, biofuels, nanotechnology, 5G, gene editing, robotics, 3D printing, wind energy and blockchain.


They can be used to produce goods and services in a way that leaves a smaller carbon footprint.

The United States and China currently dominate these fields, with a combined 70 percent of patents.

'RICHEST GAINING GROUND'

As for readiness to adopt and exploit such technologies, UNCTAD’s ranking chart is dominated by high-income countries, led by the United States, Sweden, Singapore, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

Of the BRICS nations, Russia is ranked 31st, China 35th, Brazil 40th, India 46th and South Africa 56th — the highest on the African continent.

China’s lower-than-expected position is due to patchy rural internet coverage and slow broadband speed.

However, several Asian countries are over-performing, with India 67 places higher than its GDP per capita ranking, the Philippines 54 spots higher and Vietnam 44 places higher, leaving them well-placed to seize the initiative.

Latin America, the Caribbean and sub-Saharan Africa are at highest risk of missing current windows of opportunity.

Despite a level start, a gap is already opening up in green tech exports, with developed countries pulling away from the rest with exponential growth.

Total green tech exports from developed countries jumped from around US$60 billion in 2018 to more than US$156 billion in 2021, while over the same period, exports from developing nations — China included — rose from US$57 billion to around US$75 billion.

In those three years, developing countries’ share of global exports fell from over 48 percent to below 33 percent.

'TRADE, CLIMATE, IP RULES TANGLED'

UNCTAD noted that smaller developing countries, which have done little to cause climate change, were often set to feel the brunt — yet were left struggling to access the technology that could help them mitigate against it.

The agency’s deputy leader Pedro Manuel Moreno said they were caught between promoting economic growth and protecting the environment.

“They need more investment, more tech transfer and more international coherence between global climate and trade agreements,” Moreno told reporters.

He said trade rules should be changed to help developing countries protect nascent green industries through tariffs, subsidies and public procurement.

The trading system has to be streamlined with the landmark Paris Agreement on climate change, he said, so that green tech can be transferred effectively to developing nations.

Shamika Sirimanne, UNCTAD’s technology and logistics director, said a “less stringent intellectual property regime at the global level is needed urgently” to help such countries benefit.

She called for a patents waiver to promote the transfer of climate change-related technology.


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INTERNATIONAL COURT ISSUES ARREST WARRANT FOR PUTIN OVER UKRAINE

INTERNATIONAL COURT ISSUES ARREST WARRANT FOR PUTIN OVER UKRAINE 

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THE HAGUE (MARCH 17, 2023) :The International Criminal Court today announced it had issued an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin for the "UNLAWFUL DEPORTATION" of Ukrainian children.


The Hague-based ICC said it had also issued a warrant against Maria Lvova-Belova, Russia's presidential commissioner for children's rights, on similar charges.


Russia is not a member of the ICC. It was unclear how the ICC planned to enforce the warrant.


" Today, pre-Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court issued warrants of arrest for two individuals in the context of the situation in Ukraine: Mr Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin and Ms Maria Alekseyevna Lvova-Belova, " the ICC said in a statement.


Putin " Is allegedly responsible for the war crime of unlawful deportation of population (children) and that of unlawful transfer of population (children) from occupied areas of Ukraine to the Russian Federation."


The ICC said the crimes dated from February 24, 2022, when Russia invaded Ukraine.


" There are reasonable grounds to believe that Mr Putin bears individual criminal responsibility for the aforementioned crimes, " it said.


Putin was allegedly responsible both directly by committing the acts and for "FAILURE TO EXERCISE CONTROL PROPERLY OVER CIVILIAN AND MILITARY SUBORDINATES WHO COMMITTED THE ACTS, OR ALLOWED FOR THEIR COMMISSION."


The arrest warrants are being kept secret to protect victims and witnesses, it said.


The ICC is a court of last resort for crimes that countries cannot or will not prosecute war crimes and crimes against humanity.


ICC prosecutor Karim Khan launched an investigation into alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine just days after Russia's invasion.


"SPOILS OF WAR"

Khan said earlier this month after a visit to Ukraine that the alleged abductions of children " ARE BEING INVESTIGATED BY MY OFFICE AS A PRIORITY".


" Children cannot be treated as the spoils of war," he said in a statement on March 07, 2023.


Posting a picture of himself alongside empty cots, Khan said he had visited a care home for children in southern Ukraine that was "EMPTY, a result of alleged deportation of children from Ukraine to the Russian Federation" or other occupied areas.


Khan also confirmed that the ICC was investigating attacks on "CRITICAL CIVILIAN INFRASTRUCTURE" Ukraine and that he had visited the sites of several such strikes.


Along with Ukraine's prosecutor general " we underlined our collective commitment to ensure that such acts are fully investigated and those responsible for alleged international crimes held to account," he added.


The ICC prosecutor added in the statement that he had a "SENSE THAT THE MOMENTUM TOWARDS JUSTICE IS ACCELERATIN".


Khan has previously described Ukraine as a "CRIME SCENE", and has also visited the town of Bucha where AFP journalist saw at least 20 bodies lying in a street.


Neither Russia nor Ukraine are members of the ICC, but Kyiv has accepted the court's jurisdiction and is working with Khan's office.


Russia denies allegations of war crimes by its troops. Experts have said it is unlikely it would ever hand over any suspects.


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800,000 PEOPLE ENLIST TO FIGHT ' UNITED STATES ' IMPERIALISTS' - NORT KOREA SAYS

800,000 PEOPLE ENLIST TO FIGHT ' UNITED STATES ' IMPERIALISTS' - NORT KOREA SAYS

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SEOUL, KOREA (MARCH 19, 2023): More than 800,000 young North Koreans have volunteered to join the army to fight " United States Imperialists ", state media said on Saturday, days after Pyongyang test-fired its most powerful intercontinental ballistic missile.


After a record-breaking year of weapons tests and growing nuclear threats from Pyongyang, Seoul and Washington have ramped up security cooperation, and this week kicked off their largest joint military drills in five years.


North Korea views all such exercises as rehearsals for invasion and has repeatedly warned it would take "OVERWHELMING" action in response.


The official North Central News Agency described the ongoing drills as an American attempt " TO PROVOKE A NUCLEAR WAR " and said that in response, hundreds of thousands of people had enlisted.


The young volunteers are determined to " MERCILESSLY WIPE OUT THE WAR MANIACS " so they joined the army to " DEFEND THE COUNTRY ", KCNA said.


" More than 800,000 youth league officials and student across the country volunteered to join and rejoin the Korean People's Army" on Friday alone, it added.


Images released by Pyongyang's official Rodong Sinmun showed young North Koreans waiting in long lines to sign their names at what looks like a construction site.


The latest report comes after Pyongyang test-fired its largest and most powerful missile, a Hwasong-17, on Thursday - its second ICBM test this year (2023).


State media has described the launch as a response to the ongoing, "FRANTIC" United States-South Korea joint military drills.


On Saturday, KCNA said the ongoing drills were "INCHING CLOSE TO THE UNPARDONABLE RED-LINE".


Last year (2022), North Korea declared itself an "IRREVERSIBLE" nuclear power, and leader Kim Jong Un recently called for an "EXPONENTIAL" increase in weapons production, including tactical nukes.


Kim earlier this month also ordered the North Korean military to intensify drills to prepare for a "REAL WAR".


Pyongyang is using the drills to justify their nuclear weapons program domestically as "CRUCIAL AND NECESSARY," Yang Moo-jin, president of the University of North Korean Studies in Seoul.


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MALAYSIA'S CIVIL SPACE STILL 'OBSTRUCTED' FOR SIXTH YEAR AMID SUPPRESSION OF DISSENT, SATIRE AND PROTEST

MALAYSIA'S CIVIL SPACE STILL 'OBSTRUCTED' FOR SIXTH YEAR AMID SUPPRESSION OF DISSENT, SATIRE AND PROTEST

 

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KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA (MARCH 16, 2023): Malaysia's civic space was rated as "OBSTRUCTED" for the sixth consecutive year, amid continued suppression of dissenting voices and satire as well as restrictions on protests in 2022, an international report released today has found. 

 

The "OBSTRUCTED" category is the middle grade for how well a country respects the freedom of speech, freedom of peaceful assembly and freedom of association. The full range of ratings is from open, narrowed, obstructed, repressed or closed.

 

The other regional nations falling in the "OBSTRUCTED" category are Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Maldives, Timor-Leste, and Nepal.

 

Malaysia has been in the "OBTRUCTED" category since CIVICUS Monitor started releasing its annual report in year 2017.

 

WHY IS MALAYSIA'S CIVIC SPACE "OBTRUCTED"?

Commenting on Malaysia's "OBSTRUCTED" rating, CIVICUS Monitor said it had documented the continued use of restrictive laws to silence dissent in the country, as well as restrictions on protests and harassment of peaceful protesters.

 

In a statement, CIVICUS Monitor listed the attempts to silence critical voices online last year (2022) as including the Communications and Multimedia Act's (CMA) Section 233, under which graphic designer Fahmi Reza was charged twice on last February 2023 for two satirical posters - caricaturing a former health minister on the shortened COVID-19 quarantine period for ministers and the Ministry of Trade and Industry's order which allowed alcohol factories to continue operating during the COVID-19 lockdown.

 

It also noted Section 233 - which it said was broad and vague and inconsistent with international law and students - was used for Fahmi's last April arrest over another satirical artwork depicting what appeared to be an ape in a monarch's clothing.

 

CIVICUS Monitor said an Opposition party member was last April arrested for sedition for his social media comments which allegedly encouraged ethnic Indians not to vote for the MIC, while the CMA was last July used to charge comedian Rizal Van Geyzel over three videos of him performing stand-up comedy.

 

CIVICUS Monitor also noted that the police had last January called in Free Malaysia Today's journalist Sean Augustin over an article about floods and that whistle-blower Lalitha Kunaratnam faced harassment over two (2) articles that questioned business ties of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief.

 

" The police disrupted protests and also brought scores of protesters, including activists and opposition politicians, in for questioning for holding spontaneous demonstrations," CIVICUS Monitor said.


It noted that police had last January blocked and distrupted a gathering demanding the MACC chief's resignation over stock purchases with more than 40 individuals brought in for questioning while protesters were also hauled up over anti-war protests in Ukraine and anti-death penalty protests.


CIVICUS Monitor noted that police had last June blocked lawyers' planned march to Parliament for judicial independence.


Police had also last July 2022 stopped " TURUN MALAYSIA" protesters from marching towards Dataran Merdeka over the rise in good's prices and cost of living, and that police later recorded statement from 27 persons - comprising politicians and student activists - with three (3) of them later charged under the Peaceful Assembly Act's Section 9(5).

 

CIVICUS Monitor noted that the police had last August also launched investigation on 13 protesters over the #ManaKapalLCS protest over the government's handling of the navy's littoral combat ship (LCS) project.

 

Based on the dates of the events listed, those incidents had taken place during the previous Ismail Sabri administration.

 

HOW ARE OTHER COUNTRIES IN THE REGION DOING ?

 " THe regression of civic space across the Asia region is reaching alarming levels. Most people in the region are living in countries with closed or repressed civic space where their freedoms to speak up, organise or mobilise are under attack on a daily basis," CIVICUS's Asia Pacific researcher Josef Benedict said.

 

Apart from China, Laos, North Korea and Vietnam which were already in the "CLOSED" category or with the worst rating, he pointed out that Afghanistan, Myanmar and Hong Kong's civic space rating have this year been downgradded from "REPRESSED" to become "CLOSED".

 

He said the downgrades highlight "HOW AUTHORITARIAN STATES ARE INCREASINGLY GAINING GROUND AND THE CRITICAL NEED TO SUPPORT ACTIVISTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY FROM THESE COUNTRIES WHO ARE PUSHING BACK".

 

Countries in the Asia region which are in the "REPRESSED" category are the Philippines, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei, Bangladesh, Pakistan and India.

 

Countries that fared better than those in the "OBSTRUCTED" category - which includes Malaysia - are Japan, Mongolia, and South Korea which are in the "NARROWED" category, while Taiwan is the only one with the "OPEN" rating or best category.

 

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