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Ukraine war: Celebration in Kherson - but war 'far from over'

Ukraine war: Celebration in Kherson - but war 'far from over'
Nov 12,2022 12:31 pm

... The UK s Ministry of Defence noted on Saturday that it was " highly likely" Russian troops destroyed road and rail Bridges over the Dnipro river as part of their retreat...

Ukraine war: Celebrations as Kyiv takes back key city Kherson

Ukraine war: Celebrations as Kyiv takes back key city Kherson
Nov 11,2022 3:20 pm

... Images emerged on Friday showing that the main river crossing - the Antonivsky Bridge - had partially collapsed...

Morbi bridge collapse: How a tourist spot became a bridge of death

Morbi bridge collapse: How a tourist spot became a bridge of death
Nov 1,2022 10:20 pm

...By Geeta PandeyBBC News, MorbiQuestions are being asked in India after a popular foot Bridge collapsed, plunging scores of pedestrians into a river in the western state of Gujarat...

Morbi bridge collapse: The brothers who died in Sunday's disaster

Morbi bridge collapse: The brothers who died in Sunday's disaster
Oct 31,2022 5:41 pm

... They told their mother Kantaben they were going to " julto pul" or hanging Bridge - a historic colonial era suspension footBridge, which had reopened just a few days earlier, after months of repairs...

Morbi bridge collapse: Hopes fade for survivors in Gujarat tragedy

Morbi bridge collapse: Hopes fade for survivors in Gujarat tragedy
Oct 31,2022 8:31 am

...A rescue operation - begun after a pedestrian suspension Bridge collapsed in India s western state of Gujarat - has been scaled down as hopes fade of more survivors being found...

Ukraine war: Kyiv set for longer power cuts after air strikes

Ukraine war: Kyiv set for longer power cuts after air strikes
Oct 28,2022 9:10 pm

... Russia stepped up its missile attacks on Ukraine s power stations and other civilian infrastructure in retaliation for the 9 October bombing of the Kerch Bridge - a key link to Russian-annexed Crimea...

Kyiv told to save electricity after Russian missile strike

Kyiv told to save electricity after Russian missile strike
Oct 15,2022 9:41 am

... Advancing Ukrainian forces have repeatedly bombarded Bridges over the river, aiming to cut off Russian troops in Kherson city...

Crimean bridge: Who - or what - caused the explosion?

Crimean bridge: Who - or what - caused the explosion?
Oct 9,2022 11:20 am

...By Paul AdamsBBC News Kyiv, UkraineWhat do we know about what caused Saturday s dramatic explosion on the Kerch Bridge? There are plenty of theories, not all of them very credible...

Terror prosecutions of people back in UK from Syria not counted

Oct 8,2022 6:30 am

The government does not record The Number of people prosecuted for terror offences after returning to the UK from Syria, an official report says.

The data is held neither " officially or unofficially" an, Jonathan Hall QC, says.

Figures previously provided to Parliament by ministers later had to be clarified.

Mr Hall's report instead relies on Bbc News research on the subject.

It is known That hundreds of people have returned to the UK after joining terrorist groups In Syria but the cumulative figure given in public is ambiguous.

Last Year , The Director general of MI5 said " over 950 UK-linked extremists" had travelled to Syria.

Two months earlier, a senior MI5 officer told inquests for Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt - killed by convicted terrorist Usman Khan at Fishmongers' Hall, London Bridge - About 850 had gone to the country, " around half" of whom had since returned.

On Wednesday, Mr Hall said

'Uncertainty remains'

The government has provided downwardly shifting figures on The Number of returnees prosecuted for terror offences:

Mr Hall's report says " uncertainty remains" About the precise number of prosecutions for terrorism.

" No investigative or prosecutorial body in the United Kingdom keeps a record, either officially or unofficially, of the precise information That is needed to answer this question posed - That is The Number of individuals who are known to have travelled to join Daish, Islamic State, in Iraq or Syria and who have subsequently been prosecuted on their return for terrorist offences specifically in respect of their conduct in or travel to Syria, " it says.

BBC investigation

Last Year , after different government agencies refused to provide The Information . and Mr Hall's report relies on That research.

The research shows 10 returnees have been convicted of Islamist terror offences relating to Syria, with a further four people convicted of terror offences in relation to extremist instructional documents seized in the UK either following their original departure or after their return.

Mr Hall separately expresses concern About the " failure of the government" to secure legal aid for people placed under strict terror-restriction measures, a position he describes as " deeply unsatisfactory".

allow The Authorities to monitor and manage people considered terrorists but not facing criminal charges.

Subjects face measures such as wearing an electronic tag, relocation, and limits on whom they can meet and where they can go, which can be imposed for years.

The latest figures show only four people living under Tpims.

Each Tpim should be automatically reviewed by The High Court but previously some reviews have been dropped after the subjects were refused the necessary legal funding.

Last Year 's annual report recommended legal funding should swiftly be made available to all Tpim subjects, which the government rejected, Leading - unusually - to the recommendation being made again this year.

Mr Hall also notes a " noticeable change in the Tpim cohort towards the more chaotic, neurodiverse and/or mentally unwell".

Bbc News previously revealed a trend towards using the measures on radicalisers connected to the banned group al-Muhajiroun.



Source of news: bbc.com

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