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Omid was the age of my own son :( Rest in Peace Omid I am so so sorry <3

An Iranian refugee who died after setting himself on fire at the Nauru detention centre was without doctor's care for two hours at the medical facility and lay in agony for a further eight hours before morphine was administered, his wife says.
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Mr Masoumali sets himself alight on Wednesday on Nauru, dies on Friday
Video footage emerges of him wandering through the hospital injured
His wife says he had no care for 2 hours and no morphine for 10 hours
The medical airlift took 24 hours to arrive
She says it then took 24 hours for a medical airlift team to arrive in Nauru, a six-hour flight from the mainland.
Video emerged last week showing Omid Masoumali screaming in agony at the Nauru medical facility, raising questions about the standard of medical care given to him after he set himself on fire in front of three Canberra-based UNHCR staff last Wednesday.
Mr Masoumali died in a Brisbane hospital on Friday.
Nana Masoumali relayed her concerns about her husband's treatment to Dr Barri Phatarfod, from Doctors for Refugees, by phone as the ordeal unfolded.
"That situation yet again exposes the lie that people who are in offshore detention centres are given the same treatment as they are in Australia," Dr Phatarfod told the ABC.
"When have you seen a burn victim with such a severe level of burn, some reports say 80 per cent, some reports say 90 per cent — when do you see a burn victim running around a hospital screaming in agony for several hours after the initial event?" #refugeeswelcome   #ShameonyouDutton   #ShameonAustralia   #Bringthemhere   #CloseNauru   #CloseManus   #refugeesarenotcriminals   #refugeesarenotterrorists  
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-05-02/omid-masoumali-without-proper-medical-care-for-hours,-says-wife/7374884
An Iranian refugee who died after setting himself on fire at the Nauru detention centre was without doctor's care for two hours at the medical facility and lay in agony for a further eight hours before morphine was administered, his wife says.
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AGL have 96 coal seam gas production wells in South Western Sydney, some between 40m - 200m from family homes and schools.  Families living around these coal seam gas wells are suffering horrific health effects.  Families & children are loosing their hair.  Children with explosive nose bleeds that spurt out and hit the wall like an artery. Families with chronic headaches & hay-fever like symptoms.
As the largest growth center in Sydney there are current plans to build 35,000 new homes as close as 20m from AGLs existing coal seam gas wells.
AGL plans to stop all production in this area by 2023.  This is not acceptable. These families do not deserve 7 more years of these horrific health effects.  35,000 new homes in the same area is a health epidemic in the making.
AGL Must close down all 96 coal seam gas wells now.

https://www.change.org/p/andrew-vesey-close-down-agls-camden-gasfield-now-making-families-sick?utm_source=action_alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=573038&alert_id=EPBZrAMXNv_iwhkuX54NSnCF9ss4xFQ3a6FZHbU62PcPU7frAtGGCs%3D
AGL have 96 coal seam gas production wells in South Western Sydney, some between 40m - 200m from family homes and schools. Families living around these coal seam gas wells are suffering horrific health effects. Families & children are loosing their hair. Children with explosive nose bleeds that...
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Germany will this week start its first war crimes trial over atrocities in Syria, as a mass refugee influx brings not only witnesses and victims but also suspects into the country.
Key points:
Germany's federal prosecutor investigates suspected war crimes
Refugees coming into Germany provide new evidence
Suspects being trialled for kidnappings and torture
Aria L., a 21-year-old German national and suspected jihadist, posted on Facebook photos of himself posing next to two decapitated heads in Syria — and his case is not the only one from the war-torn country to occupy German justice.
"Ten investigations linked to Syria or Iraq are currently being examined by the federal prosecutor, on top of more than 30 cases against former jihadists over their membership in a terrorist group," said a spokesman for the prosecutor's office.
Among other key war crimes suspects are Ibrahim Al F., a 41-year-old Syrian and the alleged leader of an Islamist rebel group known for kidnapping and torturing civilians in Aleppo.
Another suspect is Suliman A.S., a 24-year-old Syrian suspected of having kidnapped a UN soldier in 2013.
Such investigations have gained momentum particularly as 1.1 million asylum seekers arrived in Germany last year, about 40 per cent of whom fled the wars in Syria and Iraq.
Authorities dealing with asylum requests have picked up and sent 25 to 30 tips every day to prosecutors, as since 2013 Germany requires applicants to complete a form asking if they have witnessed war crimes or could name perpetrators of violations.
"The refugee influx has provided new opportunities for prosecutors to collect specific information," said Geraldine Mattioli, an expert on international justice at Human Rights Watch. #savetherest #savethesyrianchildren   #assadwarcrimes   #protecthumanity  
 
About time ................

Germany will this week start its first war crimes trial over atrocities in Syria, as a mass refugee influx brings not only witnesses and victims but also suspects into the country.
Key points:
Germany's federal prosecutor investigates suspected war crimes
Refugees coming into Germany provide new evidence
Suspects being trialled for kidnappings and torture
Aria L., a 21-year-old German national and suspected jihadist, posted on Facebook photos of himself posing next to two decapitated heads in Syria — and his case is not the only one from the war-torn country to occupy German justice.
"Ten investigations linked to Syria or Iraq are currently being examined by the federal prosecutor, on top of more than 30 cases against former jihadists over their membership in a terrorist group," said a spokesman for the prosecutor's office.
Among other key war crimes suspects are Ibrahim Al F., a 41-year-old Syrian and the alleged leader of an Islamist rebel group known for kidnapping and torturing civilians in Aleppo.
Another suspect is Suliman A.S., a 24-year-old Syrian suspected of having kidnapped a UN soldier in 2013.
Such investigations have gained momentum particularly as 1.1 million asylum seekers arrived in Germany last year, about 40 per cent of whom fled the wars in Syria and Iraq.
Authorities dealing with asylum requests have picked up and sent 25 to 30 tips every day to prosecutors, as since 2013 Germany requires applicants to complete a form asking if they have witnessed war crimes or could name perpetrators of violations.
"The refugee influx has provided new opportunities for prosecutors to collect specific information," said Geraldine Mattioli, an expert on international justice at Human Rights Watch. #savetherest #savethesyrianchildren   #assadwarcrimes   #protecthumanity  
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-05-01/refugee-influx-spurs-germany-to-tackle-syrian-war-crimes/7374152
Germany will this week start its first war crimes trial over Syrian atrocities, as a mass refugee influx brings suspects into the country.
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More than 30 lions rescued from abuse in Peruvian and Colombian circuses have been flown to South Africa, in what campaigners have called the largest-ever airlift of big cats.
The 33 lions, with names such as Zeus and Shakira, were freed after the use of wild animals in circuses was outlawed in Peru in 2011 and Colombia in 2013.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-04-30/former-circus-lions-flown-to-south-african-refuge-from-peru/7373166
More than 30 lions rescued from abuse in Peruvian and Colombian circuses are flown to South Africa, in what campaigners say is the largest-ever airlift of big cats.
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Shocking video and new details have emerged that raise questions about the standard of medical care given to the asylum seeker who set himself on fire on Nauru last week. Omid Masoumali died on Friday in a Brisbane hospital, two days after his injuries. His grieving wife Nana has told doctors on the mainland that while on Nauru, Omid was without a doctor's care for two hours at the medical facility and lay in agony a further eight hours before morphine was administered.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-05-02/video-emerges-of-asylum-seekers-in-nauru-clinic-in/7375012
Shocking video and new details have emerged that raise questions about the standard of medical care given to the asylum seeker who set himself on fire on Nauru last week. Omid Masoumali died on Friday in a Brisbane hospital, two days after his injuries. His grieving wife Nana has told doctors on the mainland that while on Nauru, Omid was without a doctor's care for two hours at the medical facility and lay in agony a further eight hours before mo...
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Leesa Jacobs had only been dating Michael John Price for 18 months when he poured petrol over her chest and used his lighter to set her alight inside their Hobart home.
The 44-year-old suffered burns to 25 per cent of her body and doctors thought she would die.
Her body is covered in scars from the burns and from the multiple skin graft operations she has had to repair the damage. There will be many more operations ahead for the mother of four.
In court last month, Justice David Porter described the attack as "appalling" and sentenced Price to 10 years' jail, ordering he not be released for six years.
Ms Jacobs has spoken out for the first time since the attack, telling the ABC she hoped that what happened to her would inspire other women to leave abusive relationships.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-05-01/burn-survivor-leesajacobs-tells-women-to-leave-abusive-relations/7373940
Leesa Jacobs had only been dating Michael John Price for 18 months when he poured petrol over her and set her alight.
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Germany will this week start its first war crimes trial over atrocities in Syria, as a mass refugee influx brings not only witnesses and victims but also suspects into the country.
Key points:
Germany's federal prosecutor investigates suspected war crimes
Refugees coming into Germany provide new evidence
Suspects being trialled for kidnappings and torture
Aria L., a 21-year-old German national and suspected jihadist, posted on Facebook photos of himself posing next to two decapitated heads in Syria — and his case is not the only one from the war-torn country to occupy German justice.
"Ten investigations linked to Syria or Iraq are currently being examined by the federal prosecutor, on top of more than 30 cases against former jihadists over their membership in a terrorist group," said a spokesman for the prosecutor's office.
Among other key war crimes suspects are Ibrahim Al F., a 41-year-old Syrian and the alleged leader of an Islamist rebel group known for kidnapping and torturing civilians in Aleppo.
Another suspect is Suliman A.S., a 24-year-old Syrian suspected of having kidnapped a UN soldier in 2013.
Such investigations have gained momentum particularly as 1.1 million asylum seekers arrived in Germany last year, about 40 per cent of whom fled the wars in Syria and Iraq.
Authorities dealing with asylum requests have picked up and sent 25 to 30 tips every day to prosecutors, as since 2013 Germany requires applicants to complete a form asking if they have witnessed war crimes or could name perpetrators of violations.
"The refugee influx has provided new opportunities for prosecutors to collect specific information," said Geraldine Mattioli, an expert on international justice at Human Rights Watch. #savetherest #savethesyrianchildren   #assadwarcrimes   #protecthumanity  
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-05-01/refugee-influx-spurs-germany-to-tackle-syrian-war-crimes/7374152
Germany will this week start its first war crimes trial over Syrian atrocities, as a mass refugee influx brings suspects into the country.
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US Secretary of State John Kerry is travelling to Geneva in a show of support for the ceasefire between the Syrian Government and rebel forces.
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Aleppo excluded from pause in fighting declared by Syria's military
US sees stopping bloodshed in Aleppo as a top priority
John Kerry to meet with counterparts from Jordan and Saudi Arabia in bid to save ceasefire
Mr Kerry will meet with the foreign ministers of Jordan and Saudi Arabia and UN envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura, the State Department said in a statement.
The trip comes with a US and Russian-backed ceasefire under threat as air strikes and rocket attacks continue in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo.
The latest violence there contributed to the break up of peace talks in Geneva, which the main opposition walked out of last week.
Nearly 30 air strikes hit rebel-held areas of Aleppo on Saturday as a temporary "calm" declared by Syria's military took effect around Damascus and in the north-west.
The Syrian army announced a "regime of calm", or lull in fighting, late on Friday (local time), which Damascus said was designed to salvage the wider ceasefire.
But a number of rebel groups appeared to reject the "regime of calm".
"We won't accept any kind of ... regional ceasefires," said a statement from a number of groups including the hardline Islamist Jaysh al-Islam, which controls areas east of Damascus.
It said the main armed opposition as a whole reserved the right to respond to attacks on rebel factions in any part of the country, and criticised the United States for not doing enough to stop government bombardments.
The lull in fighting around the capital and parts of north-west coastal province Latakia, announced by the army, appeared to hold through most of Saturday but the bombing continued in Aleppo which was excluded from the plan.
Anas Al Abde, president of the Turkey-based opposition Syrian National Coalition, accused the government of violating the February truce "daily".
The opposition was ready to reinstate the wider truce, but reserved the right to respond with force to attacks, he said.
All sides have accused each other of truce violations.
Aleppo, Syria's largest city before the war, has been divided for years between rebel and Government-held zones.
Of the 250 casualties since April 22, 140 were killed in bombardments by government-aligned forces and 96 by rebel shelling.
Forty children were among the dead, according to a tally by the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-05-01/syria-ceasefire-john-kerry-head-to-geneva-to-support-truce/7373662
US Secretary of State John Kerry heads to Geneva in a show of support for Syria ceasefire.
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I met this Dr once after having sore legs for 2 weeks. I tell him about it and he tells me "there is nothing wrong with you. You managed to walk in my office "! He was the biggest arsehole I had ever met and had no right to call himself a Doctor............ I feel I got off lightly..........
A FORMER Hobart doctor extradited from NSW on suspicion of killing his elderly mother this year in Sandy Bay has been formally charged with murder during a brief appearance in the Hobart Magistrates Court this morning.

Stephen John Edwards, who was arrested by NSW detectives at his Woy Woy practice on Friday before being flown to Hobart last night, is accused of the murder of Nelda Edwards who died in March.

It is alleged that Mrs Edwards, 88, died after being given medication and that Dr Edwards had been in Hobart in the days before her death.
Dr Edwards was remanded in custody to reappear in court at 2pm tomorrow.
http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/national/former-hobart-doctor-stephen-edwards-charged-with-mothers-murder/news-story/b85940a584242d76a778e7ca0a0e7af2
A FORMER Hobart doctor extradited from NSW on suspicion of killing his elderly mother this year in Sandy Bay has been formally charged with murder during a brief appearance in the Hobart Magistrates Court this morning.
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