Showing posts with label Charlie Hebdo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Charlie Hebdo. Show all posts

Monday, May 4, 2015

Gunmen killed outside US exhibition on Islam's prophet

Two gunmen have been shot dead outside a controversial art exhibition featuring depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in Dallas in the US state of Texas, US authorities say.

The shooting was reported shortly before 7pm local time on Sunday outside the Curtis Culwell Centre in the Dallas suburb of Garland.

Saturday, March 14, 2015

CIA chief: Social media hampers fight against 'terror' (John Brennan says new technologies help groups like ISIL...)

Social media and other technology are making it increasingly difficult to combat "extremists" who are using such modern resources to share information and conduct operations, the head of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has said.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

EU to tighten border checks to attempt to detect Syria fighters

European countries will carry out by June deeper checks on EU citizens entering the passport-free Schengen area, based on a set of "common risk indicators" aimed at singling out fighters returning from war zones and other dangerous people.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Palestinians march against Charlie Hebdo cartoon

Thousands of Palestinians marched Saturday in the West Bank in protest over the latest cartoon depicting the Prophet Mohammed published by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo,

Thousands chant for Hizbullah in Charlie Hebdo protest in southeast Turkey.

Around 100,000 people have protested the French magazine Charlie Hebdo in Diyarbakır, a Kurdish-majority city in Turkey's southeast, cheering for Turkish Hizbullah.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Clashes erupt in Kashmir over Charlie Hebdo's cartoons

Indian police fired warning shots and tear smoke shells Friday to disperse irate youth in Indian-controlled Kashmir protesting publication of cartoons of Islam's prophet in French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, witnesses and police said.

The magazine in its last week's issue features caricature of Prophet Muhammad weeping on its cover in what is termed as a " survivors" issue.

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Churches torched in Charlie Hebdo protests, as France defends free speech

A violent mob torched at least three churches in Niger's capital Niamey on Saturday (Jan 17) during fresh protests against Charlie Hebdo magazine, as France's president stressed his commitment to "freedom of expression".

Thousands of Jordanians condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoons

Thousands of Jordanians demonstrated on Friday in condemnation of Charlie Hebdo, which in its latest edition featured a cartoon of a weeping Prophet Mohammad on its cover.

Friday, January 16, 2015

Qatar Warns Against Cartoons of Prophet Mohammad

The country’s Foreign Ministry stated on Friday that Qatar "condemns the reprinting by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and other European press of pictures offensive to Prophet Mohammed," the news agency AFP reported on Friday.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Jordan says new cartoons by Charlie Hebdo 'irresponsible' act

Jordan's Royal Palace on Thursday condemned the publishing of new cartoons of Prophet Mohammad by French magazine Charlie Hebdo, the state-run Petra news agency reported.

The continued publishing of cartoons that are offensive to Prophet Mohammad harms the feelings of the Muslim communities across the world, it said in a statement.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Spiegel: Ψέμα η πορεία τω ξένων ηγετών «Je suis Charlie»

Εξαπατήθηκαν οι τηλεθεατές σε όλο τον κόσμο από τις εικόνες που έδειχνε η γαλλική τηλεόραση με τους ηγέτες κρατών να συμμετέχουν στη μεγάλη πορεία της Κυριακής κατά της τρομοκρατίας στο Παρίσι.

Iran calls new caricature by French weekly as 'provocative'

Iran Foreign Ministry on Wednesday condemned the publication of a new caricature of the Prophet Mohammad by the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo as "provocative."

Charlie Hebdo: Blasphemisch wie gewohnt

Wo nehmen diese Männer bloß die Kraft her? Eine Woche, nachdem Terroristen in Paris einen Anschlag auf die Redaktion von „Charlie Hebdo“ verübt und zwölf Menschen umgebracht haben, melden sich die überlebenden Zeichner und Journalisten an diesem Mittwoch mit einer neuen Ausgabe des Satireblattes zurück. Als ob nichts gewesen wäre – oder jedenfalls fast so.

Friday, January 2, 2015

Isodrom and Polykrat News in brief (January 2015 - C)

Paris was marked as the first in a series of European cities to be attacked, including Rome, the report in the German tabloid Bild read. However, the article didn’t furnish details of a concrete plan to launch an attack.

The US National Intelligence Agency (NSA) also reportedly had information that Cherif and Said Kouachi, the brothers who carried out the mass shooting at the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, had contacts in the Netherlands...............................Paris massacre possible prelude to wave of Europe-wide attacks
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