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WASHINGTON TO WILMINGTON The Latest News From Moulton Markey  Warren

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is the latest news from the offices of Congressman Seth Moulton, Senator Ed Markey, and Senator Elizabeth Warren.Congressman Seth MoultonRecent Press Releases and Statements from Congressman Moulton’s Office:Statement on Trump’s Decision To Withdraw From The Iran Nuclear DealSenator Ed MarkeyRecent Press Releases and Statements from Senator Markey’s Office:Senator Markey Urges FTC To Require Additional Privacy Safeguards At FacebookSenator Markey Statement On President Trump’s Decision To Withdraw From Iran Nuclear DealSenate Democrats Take Final Step Necessary To Force A Vote To Reinstate Net NeutralitySenator Elizabeth WarrenRecent Press Releases and Statements from Senator Warren’s Office:Warren and Perdue Introduce Bipartisan Bill To Improve Military Sexual Assault Treatment Warren Statement On President Trump Withdrawing From The Iran DealWarren, Daines, Shea-Porter Kelly Introduce Bipartisan Bill To Streamline National Guard Promotion ProcessLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWASHINGTON TO WILMINGTON: The Latest News From Moulton, Markey & WarrenIn “Government”WASHINGTON TO WILMINGTON: The Latest From Moulton, Markey & WarrenIn “Government”WASHINGTON TO WILMINGTON: The Latest News From Moulton, Markey & WarrenIn “Government”last_img read more

Protests in Australia Finland against attacks on Dhaka protesters

first_imgBangladeshi Australians stage demonstrations over the weekend, against attacks on protesters in Dhaka. Photo: SBS newsBangladeshi-Australians have held demonstrations in several cities over the weekend, supporting the demand for safe roads in Dhaka, according to a media report.Members of the Bangladesh community in Melbourne are urging the Bangladesh government to get to grips with the country’s lethal roads, Akhter Hossain told SBS News there.‘We’re very fortunate that we live in a country where road safety is of a high standard. Our children are very safe,‘ he was quoted to have said. ‘But for students going to schools [in Bangladesh], there is no guarantee they’ll come home.’Bangladeshi student community in Finland under the banner named ‘Bangladeshi Academic Forum of Finnish Universities’ (BAFFU) have also expressed solidarity with the students who protested for road safety in Dhaka, according to a message received from Helsinki.Many Bangladeshi students took part in the demonstration on Monday. Protesters gathered at Kamppi shopping complex, then marched towards Senate square in Helsinki.Members of Bangladeshi Academic Forum of Finnish Universities (BAFFU) protested against attacks on demonstrators in Dhaka. Photo: BAFFUInternational students of other countries also joined them.BAFFU is deeply condemned the attacks, which they called ‘brutal acts of the authorities’.BAFFU urged  the authorities to ensure punishment of  reckless drivers who killed the students, to take full responsibility of the families of the students,  to stop torturing protesting children who are demanding to make the roads safer, to ensure that girls travel safely in public transport and to make transport costs cheaper for students.last_img read more