Protest of the abducted schoolgirls' parents

  • 1 Mei 2014
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Image caption The teenagers were taken 17 days ago by suspected Islamist militants.

Belajar bahasa Inggris melalui berita BBC dalam dua bahasa, antara lain unjuk rasa para orang tua di Nigeria yang anaknya diculik kelompok militan.

Protest in Nigeria

The parents of some of the 200 abducted schoolgirls in Nigeria have appealed to the authorities to do more to find their daughters.

They gathered with several hundred people outside the torched dormitories of the boarding school in Chibok in north-east Nigeria from which the girls were kidnapped.

The teenagers were taken 17 days ago by suspected Islamist militants.

Campaigners also held demonstrations in the capital, Abuja, in Lagos and Kano in the north. Earlier, the interior minister said Nigeria had committed extensive resources to the girls' rescue.

Unjuk rasa di Nigeria

Para orang tua dari sekitar 200 siswi di Nigeria meminta agar pihak berwenang melakukan lebih banyak untuk menemukan putri-putri mereka.

Mereka berkumpul bersama ratusan orang di luar asrama sekolah yang dibakar di Chibok, di sebelah timur laut Nigeria, tempat anak-anak perempuan itu diculik.

Para remaja tersebut diculik 17 hari lalu oleh kelompok yang diduga militan Islam.

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Image caption Credit card transactions were allegedly used to track celebrities, and possibly members of Danish royal family.

Pegiat juga menggelar demonstrasi di ibukota Abuja, di Lagos dan Kano di sebelah utara. Sebelumnya, menteri dalam negeri mengatakan Nigeria menjanjikan sumber daya besar untuk menyelamatkan para anak perempuan itu.

Tracking Celebrities

Denmark's Financial Services Authority is examining claims that a tabloid magazine used credit card transactions to track the activities of celebrities, and possibly members of the Danish royal family.

The tabloid, See and Hear, is accused of paying a computer specialist working for a major bank to leak the details. A police investigation has already been launched. The scandal has led to the resignation or suspension of more than ten journalists.

It is being compared to the investigation into claims that the now defunct British newspaper, the News of the World, used information from hacked voicemail messages.

Melacak selebriti

Otorita Layanan Keuangan Denmark sedang memeriksa gugatan bahwa sebuah majalah tabloid menggunakan transaksi kartu kredit untuk melacak kegiatan-kegiatan selebriti, dan kemungkinan anggota keluarga kerajaan Denmark.

Tabloid itu, See and Hear atau Lihat dan Dengar, dituduh membayar seorang ahli komputer yang bekerja di sebuah bank besar untuk membocorkan rincian-rincian.

Penyelidikan polisi sudah dilancarkan. Skandal ini menyebabkan pengunduran diri atau pemberhentian sementara lebih dari 10 wartawan.

Hal ini dibandingkan dengan penyelidikan atas gugatan bahwa surat kabar Inggris yang sudah tutup, News of The World, menggunakan informasi yang disadap dari pesan suara.

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