Hannover Messe 2019 Industry 4.0. / Second

The Hannover Messe is one of the world’s largest trade fairs. It is held on the Hanover Fairground in Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany. Typically, there are about 6,500 exhibitors and 250,000 visitors. The Hannover Messe started in 1947 in an undamaged factory building in Laatzen, south of Hanover, by an arrangement of the British military government in order to boost the economic advancement of post-war … Continue reading Hannover Messe 2019 Industry 4.0. / Second

Hannover Messe 2019 Industry 4.0. / Third

In the 1980s, the growing information and telecommunication industry demanded the organizer Deutsche Messe AG to split the fair.The Hanover Fair now covers all areas of industrial technology. Hanover Trade Fair, 1 – 5 April 2019 is a unique platform for introducing and explaining new products. Photos, video and publications from the website by Photo Reports is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International … Continue reading Hannover Messe 2019 Industry 4.0. / Third

Germany CeBIT 2017 / Second day

CeBIT has been traditionally the largest industry trade show held every year. It was established in 1970 by the Ground Hall in New World, then the largest exhibition hall in the world. The 2008 expo was marred by the raids of 51 exhibitors for the patent number of visitors. On November 28, 2018, Deutsche Messe AG announcedthat due to declining visitor and exhibitioner attendance, CeBIT … Continue reading Germany CeBIT 2017 / Second day

Skyscrapers of Frankfurt am Main

The tallest structure in Frankfurt is the Europaturm, which rises 337 metres however… The tallest habitable building in Frankfurt is the Commerzbank Tower, which rises 259 metres and 56 floors. The second-tallest building in the city is the Messeturm, which rises 257 metres tall and has 55 floors. The 10 tallest buildings in Germany are located in Frankfurt. Frankfurt is one of the few European … Continue reading Skyscrapers of Frankfurt am Main

The main station of the Italian city of Rome is Termini

The main station of the Italian city of Rome is Termini

Roma Termini is the main railway station of Rome, Italy. It is named after the district of the same name, which in turn took its name from ancient Baths of Diocletian (in Latin, thermae), which lie across the street from the main entrance.The station has regular train services to all major Italian cities, as well as daily international services to Munich, Geneva, and Vienna. With … Continue reading The main station of the Italian city of Rome is Termini

Switzerland 2018

Switzerland, is a country situated in western, central, and southern Europe. It consists of 26 cantons. The sovereign state is a federal republic bordered by Italy to the south, France to the west, Germany to the north, and Austria and Liechtenstein. Switzerland is a landlocked country. The city of Bern is the seat of the federal authorities. While the Alps occupy the greater part of … Continue reading Switzerland 2018

Human Rights portal refugees. The migrants.

EU Plans to Cut Mediterranean Migrant Patrols to Africa

by Mansour Alabed Alali – journalist. Human rights activist. An Italian government document said that the European Union is planning to reduce deals with North African countries, such as Egypt and Tunisia, to train their search-and-rescue missions, in a bid to tackle the suan Migrant Patrols to Africa An Italian government document said that the European Union is planning to reduce deals with North African countries, such as Egypt and … Continue reading EU Plans to Cut Mediterranean Migrant Patrols to Africa

Human Rihts info portal Search of Traitors

UKRAINE. In Search of “Traitors”: Targets of Russian Special Services in Crimea and on Mainland Ukraine

by Kseniya Kirillova – Journalist. Analyst. Writer.

Kseniya Kirillova, journalist, analyst, writer Human Rights

On Monday of last week, the Security Service of Ukraine officially announced that they thwarted an attempted kidnapping of a Russian citizen who has lived in Ukraine since 2014 when he moved there “in disagreement with the Kremlin’s aggressive policy.” The agency’s website reported that Russian special services hired a group of Kharkov region residents, led by a former police officer, in order to carry out “dirty” work of organizing the kidnapping. The group leader outsourced the kidnapping to local criminals and paid them 23 thousand dollars in advance. The criminals planned to kidnap the immigrant at his place of residence and hand him over to the organizers at the pre-arranged location on the territory of the Kharkov region. The same organizers, in turn, intended to smuggle the victim across the border and then hand him over to the representatives of the Russian special services.

Originally posted in Russian here

This is not the first attempted abduction of Russian expatriates in Ukraine. In 2016, Russian special services tried to forcibly transport the former FSB officer Ilya Bogdanov to Russia. After being freed by the SBU officers, Bogdanov said that his abduction was organized by the FSB and the GRU. Kidnappings regularly occur in the annexed Crimea. Some of the abductees are then accused of planning “sabotage” and working for the Ukrainian special services.

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children United Kingdom Be careful what you say to a child before leaving

UNITED KINGDOM. Be careful what you say to a child before leaving them with anyone

by Chrissy (Jackson) Sykes – Creator at My Body Is My Body Programme, Child Abuse Prevention, Member ISPCAN, GGA (United Kingdom) We all want our children to be well behaved when we leave them with babysitters, family and friends so…you may tell them     You listen to the babysitter (friend or family member) You do everything they tell you to do… Please be a good girl / … Continue reading UNITED KINGDOM. Be careful what you say to a child before leaving them with anyone

RUSSIA. A Killing Epidemic: The Culling of Russian Media Opponents

Kseniya Kirillova – Journalist. Analyst. Writer. Putin who created a system in which inconvenient people are beaten and killed easily, and death is a convenient solution to the problem of an “inconvenient” individual. And the more cynical the Russian hierarchy gets, the more people die at its hands, be it in the wars or high-profile contract killings, and the farther the “killing epidemic” spreads throughout … Continue reading RUSSIA. A Killing Epidemic: The Culling of Russian Media Opponents

Repression in the Crimea will continue for many years

RUSSIA. Loyalty to Putin does not save Crimeans from repression (Лояльность к Путину не спасает крымчан от репрессий)

Kseniya Kirillova – Journalist. Analyst. Writer. 15 февраля сотрудники полиции Симферополя провели обыск у активиста «поляны протеста» Фазила Ибраимова, после чего его доставили в городской отдел управления МВД России по Крыму. Активиста обвиняют в мошенничестве. Фазила Ибраимова обвиняют в том, что на протяжении семи лет он якобы собирал деньги с участников поляны протеста «Стрелковая» за содействие в получении этой земли в собственность. «В постановлении об обыске, по словам супруги Ибраимова, указаны четыре … Continue reading RUSSIA. Loyalty to Putin does not save Crimeans from repression (Лояльность к Путину не спасает крымчан от репрессий)

EU treaty, its confusing application has created problems for press freedom

EU charter creating ‘confusion’ on human rights

Two years after the European Charter of Fundamental Rights became part of the EU treaty, its confusing application has created problems for press freedom, minority and asylum seekers’ rights, human rights czar Thomas Hammarberg told this website. The EU charter covers much of the same rights enshrined in an older European Convention on Human Rights, which applies to all 48 members of the Strasbourg-based Council … Continue reading EU charter creating ‘confusion’ on human rights

Refugees in Germany in the Hessian canteen

GERMANY. Refugees in Europe do not want to work and demand more and more

by George Nizovoy Беженцы в Европе требуют всё больше и не хотят работать Интервью с сотрудником распределительного центра для мигрантов в Германии Последние события в Германии всколыхнули всю Европу. Можно много говорить о случайности того или иного преступления, совершённого мигрантами, но надо понимать, что они были неизбежными. Неважно, кто конкретно занёс нож над головой или взорвал бомбу. Всё это было предопределено логикой событий и стало … Continue reading GERMANY. Refugees in Europe do not want to work and demand more and more

Palace of Justice in Italy. The region of Lazio.

ITALY. 200 journalists are in danger in 2017. When will the violence stop?

by Peter Stano – journalist, member Reporters Without Borders

The events of recent years regarding the harassment of journalists are alarming and worrying. Journalists and reporters are constantly receiving threats. Prison sentences and arrests. Attacks of mafia criminal groups.

Protecting journalists. 11 journalists have been killed in Italy by criminal gangs or terrorists since 1960. Eight of these murders took place in Sicily. The Italy mafia is therefore the biggest perpetrator of murders of journalists in Europe.

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Central Europe. It is difficult to understand why today in the heart of the democratic Europe is the violence against journalists. This happens in Italy.

Some journalists are killed. Other journalists are arrested. Especially, if journalists expose corruption in government bodies, or report on mafia ties with the Vatican. Some journalists left Italy for other countries because of the danger of life.

Why is this happening?

Italy is 52nd in the Press Freedom Index. According to the report of the World Organization of Reporters Without Borders for 2017 – in Italy, threats and attacks on journalists have increased, this is even more since 2015.
As the report shows, – even in such African countries as Ghana, Botswana, Burkina Faso, journalists are not pursued so cruelly as in Italy. Even in Papua New Guinea, journalists are freer than in Italy.

We publish the report of the organization Reporters Without Borders of 2017 on the events in Italy.

Organized crime. Arson of a commercial organization near Milan, the city of Cologno Monzese.
Organized crime Italy. Arson of a commercial organization near Milan, the city of Cologno Monzese.

 

Last month’s attack on a RAI television reporter by a local mafia chief’s brother in Ostia, a coastal resort town near Rome, has revived concern about threats to journalists in Italy, especially in regions with the biggest mafia presence such as Campania, Calabria and Sicily, where they are exposed to harassment and violence on a daily basis.

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The Nazis persecuted the Jews and destroyed the innocent in the 20th century.

21 century. How Should the Media Cover Nazis?

By Jonathan Chait, Ed Kilgore, Ezekiel Kweku, Eric Levitz, and Max Read This weekend, the New York Times published a profile of an American white nationalist and Nazi sympathizer, which was controversial for its tone and approach. It also sparked a discussion about how the media should cover Nazis and the Nazi-adjacent. Five New York writers tried to sort it out. Ezekiel: Was the Times profile any good? Ed: Only as a “banality of evil” … Continue reading 21 century. How Should the Media Cover Nazis?

Human Rights international info portal. Stop mafia

ITALY. The largest mafia organization in Europe continues to trade in drugs.

Алан Джонстон Это центр одной из самых страшных мафиоз страны – преступной сети, известной как «Ндрангета», крупнейшие контрабандисты кокаина в Европе. Судья на юге Италии является инициатором программы помощи детям мафиозных боссов, чтобы избежать преступной жизни – отняв их у своих родителей при первых признаках неприятностей. «Нам нужно было найти способ нарушить этот цикл, который передает отрицательные культурные ценности от отца к сыну», – говорит … Continue reading ITALY. The largest mafia organization in Europe continues to trade in drugs.

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EU charter creating ‘confusion’ on human rights

Two years after the European Charter of Fundamental Rights became part of the EU treaty, its confusing application has created problems for press freedom, minority and asylum seekers’ rights, human rights czar Thomas Hammarberg told this website. The EU charter covers much of the same rights enshrined in an older European Convention on Human Rights, which applies to all 48 members of the Strasbourg-based Council … Continue reading EU charter creating ‘confusion’ on human rights

Human Rights. Would You Hide a Jew From the Nazis

EUROPE. Would You Hide a Jew From the Nazis?

by Nicholas Kristof In 1940, refugees fled Paris in anticipation of the German invasion. CreditFPG/Hulton Archive, via Getty Images/ WHEN representatives from the United States and other countries gathered in Evian, France, in 1938 to discuss the Jewish refugee crisis caused by the Nazis, they exuded sympathy for Jews — and excuses about why they couldn’t admit them. Unto the breach stepped a 33-year-old woman from … Continue reading EUROPE. Would You Hide a Jew From the Nazis?

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