Acting FBI Director opposed the White House on "Russia and Kumi"
newspaper "New York Times" said that the acting director of the FBI contradicted the White House on two main issues on Thursday, two support FBI agents to their manager article James Comey, and the importance of the investigation conducted by the agency in the Russian intervention in the US elections.
In a stunning rejection of official data from the White House, according to the newspaper, the acting Director General of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Andrew McCabe said a very important investigation and vowed before the Senate Intelligence Committee that " the FBI , " he would reject any attempt to influence the investigation or
He said: " I do not simply you can to stop men and women of the FBI from doing what is right," said the newspaper that feeling McCabe compelled to confirm the independence of the FBI was remarkable in itself, and is the result of the actual attempt Almtaadh from President Trump and his aides keep the focus the Russian special intervention investigations, also said that the achievement of the FBI has the resources it needs, in part to oppose reports that Kumi sought to get more help.
New images show the commission of Burma 's army "atrocities" against the Muslim Rohingyas
newspaper " The Guardian" said the British, the images appeared recently reveal the suffering of the Rohingya refugees, including children, as show them which are infected injured by gunfire, and showing scars and burns have been subjected to by the Myanmar army.
The newspaper added that the new evidence documented by human rights agencies, to lend credence to reports that the commission of the Burmese army, the atrocities against the minority Rohingya Muslim community, as part of his campaign to counter the insurgency.
She explained , " The Guardian" that the recent images have emerged despite Aung San Suu Kyi, the Prime Minister of Myanmar 's remarks to reporters during her visit to the European Union last week, it does not support the fact - finding mission to detect violations against the Rohingyas, after the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights requested an investigation in
March the past.
The Human Rights Commission of the United Nations issued a report on the appalling operations and grave violations and unprecedented human rights by security forces in Myanmar against the minority "Rohingya" Muslim in northern Rakhine State.
The report, which was based on the testimonies of 204 persons were interviewed individually by a team of United Nations human rights investigators, said that the violations included a larger unprecedented mass rape and murder, including for infants and young children, brutal beatings, and concealment, also confirmed the vast majority witnesses that they witnessed the killings, half of them also said that one of his family members were killed or became among the