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Human Rights Watch slams 'racist and abusive' French police in new report
We look at Emmanuel Macron's visit to London to commemorate 80 years since Charles de Gaulle's now-legendary radio appeal to occupied France to fight against the Nazis. What's left of the legacy of that speech today as France confronts new crises? Also, Human Rights Watch publishes a damning report accusing French police of arbitrary and "racist" checks on minors of African or Arab origin. Finally, a Spanish opera house will reopen next week for the first time since the lockdown to an audience of... 2,292 plants!
Chile protests: 'Serious' human rights violations by police, says HRW
Human Rights Watch has accused Chilean police of perpetrating "serious human rights violations" during civilian protests. President Sebastian Pinera wants troops to protect infrastructure and "free up" police.
US mass deportations would lead to 'tremendous human rights abuses'
Grace Meng from Human Rights Watch told DW that even though recent immigration raids in US cities weren't as extensive as planned, they still struck fear in migrant communities. She also criticized new US asylum policy.
Iraq tortured alleged IS children to coerce confessions: Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch has accused Iraq of violating laws that protect children who are recruited by armed groups. It cited "deeply flawed screening processes" and use of torture to extract confessions of IS membership.
Venezuela election 'has no credibility': human rights watch
Human Rights Watch Americas Executive Director Jose Miguel Vivanco discusses the Venezuelan presidential election with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
Macron must fill rights void left by Trump - Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch director Ken Roth has criticised Donald Trump, saying he's been a "disaster for human rights" and that the French president must take control of the situation.