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US News: Trial of November 13: Five Accused, of which Abdeslam, refuse again to attend the

Assistance to migrants: The trial of 24 volunteers in Lesbos postponed

 Assistance to migrants: The trial of 24 volunteers in Lesbos postponed © Reuters The volunteers gathered before the opening of their trial in Greece. The trial of Sarah Mardini and Sean Binder opened Thursday, November 18, 2021 in Lesbos, Greek island located opposite the Turkish coasts become one of the symbolic places of the migration crisis. It has been adjourned and returned to the Court of Appeal without a date being already defined.

Salah Abdeslam, Mohamed Abrini, Sofien Ayari et Osama Krayem avaient déjà refusé de prendre place dans le box jeudi. LP/Olivier Arandel © LP / Olivier Arandel Salah Abdeslam, Mohamed Abrini, Sofien Ayari and Osama Krayem had already refused to take a seat in the box Thursday. LP / Olivier Arandel They protest again against the physical absence at the bar and anonymization of Belgian investigators called to testify at trial. Five accused at trial of the attacks of 13 November 2015 , of which Salah Abdeslam, refused on Friday to appear at the hearing, which took over without them. Salah Abdeslam, Mohamed Abrini, Sofien Ayari and Osama Krayem had already refused to take a seat in Box Thursday. They were joined this Friday in their protest movement by a fifth accused, Mohamed Bakkali. "A real legal problem" The first of the three Belgian investigators to intervene this Friday must evoke the stay in Syria of the brother of Salah Abdeslam , Brahim, who died at the Voltaire counter in the 11th arrondissement of Paris after there triggered his explosive belt. November 13, 2015, and his journey until the end of August 2015. The Belgian investigators obtained to be able to testify in videoconference from Brussels in an anonymous way after a request for the Belgian judicial authorities. In a letter dated November 15, the Federal Prosecutor of Belgium Frédéric Van Leeuw believed that the lack of anonymization of Belgian investigators presented "a real legal problem". It added that under the legislation of his country, he could refuse to grant the hearing of the investigators cited as witnesses or to do so "only the identity of the Belgian anti-terrorist police officers. not publicly revealed ".

Chip Deficiency leads to decline in new registrations .
the supply bottlenecks on semiconductors make the auto industry further: in November again significantly fewer cars have been re-admitted than the year before the current figures of the Federal Office (KBA) in Flensburg . © Hendrik Schmidt / DPA Central Image / DPA Due to the ChipMangel, fewer cars were released in November as in November of the previous year. Thus, last month, 198,258 cars were newly on the streets and thus around a third less than in November of the previous year.

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