Wreckage from has MH17 device
‘Strong indications’ green light Putin for Buk missile deployment
Russian President Putin has most likely authorized the deployment of the Buk missile that shot down flight MH17 over Ukraine. This is evident from telephone conversations that have been received, says the international investigation team investigating the disaster. Yet there is not enough evidence to start a new lawsuit. The investigation is therefore temporarily suspended.
What about assistance?
Due to the sanctions against Syria and the civil war that is raging there, relief efforts after the earthquakes are difficult to get started. What are aid organizations and governments doing to get rescuers and relief supplies? is a guest Akke Boereoperational manager at Doctors Without Borders.
Breakthrough in migration debate?
Only 20 percent of all asylum seekers in Europe that have exhausted all legal remedies are returned to their country of origin. The rest of them roam Europe without papers and have to make a living through undeclared work, drug trafficking or prostitution. The Austrian migration expert Gerald Knaus, creator of the EU-Turkey deal, thinks he has a humane solution: make deals with countries of origin to take back exhausted people in exchange for work visas. Germany already has such an agreement with The Gambia. Europe correspondent Saskia Dekkers is in Gambia to see if the deal works.
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