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Ali Fikri Işık is due to appear in front of a military court on Wednesday 22 October, facing three separate charges of ‘desertion’ that could carry a prison sentence of around two-and-a-half years....
Women and girls are dying because of poor health service delivery related to inadequate clinics and ambulances and stigma over HIV and teen pregnancy in rural South Africa.
They are prisoners of conscience, detained solely for peacefully exercising their right to freedom of expression.
He has now been charged with offenses punishable by the death penalty. The charges relate to an attack on the US diplomatic mission in Benghazi in Libya in September 2012.