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Blaming Kurds for unrest, Iran threatens Iraq with offensive
BAGHDAD (AP) — A senior Iranian military official visiting Baghdad this week threatened Iraq with a ground military operation in the country’s north if the Iraqi army does not fortify the countries’ shared border against Kurdish opposition groups, multiple Iraqi and Kurdish officials said. Such an offensive, if carried out, would be unprecedented in Iraq, and raise the specter of regional fallout from Iran's domestic unrest, which Tehran has portrayed as a foreign plot without offering evidence.
Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens). Before the departure to Geneva for the Iran special meeting of the Council on Thursday, Baerbock said in Berlin: "Today, members of the Human Rights Council can show the wrong protest against the injustice, the blows and the shots with which the Iranian regime wants to destroy peaceful protest." condemned brutal violence and state arbitrariness, whose victims of Iranians have been for two months.Germany and Iceland want an end to violence in Iran
The special session came about at the request of Germany and Iceland and is supported by around 50 other countries. They ask for an end to violence and ask the government in Tehran, the right of People respect peaceful expression. They want to enforce a formal examination of the situation by independent experts. They should also collect evidence so that those responsible can be held accountable one day.
Iran defends itself against all allegations. The 47 member countries of the Council wanted to vote on the resolution on Thursday afternoon. “Our message is: We don't just look. We go where we can do something for the rights of the Iranians with our voice, ”said Baerbock.
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"Even my friend was like, we won't be surprised, like, if he's a mass shooter. And it was scary to think that," one passenger told KDVR.In June, President Joe Biden signed into law the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act — the most significant piece of gun legislation to pass in decades. Part of the bill included $750 million in federal funding for states to implement intervention programs such as gun restraining orders, more colloquially known as "red flag laws.