Showing posts with label news. Show all posts
Showing posts with label news. Show all posts

Sunday, January 3, 2016

Febrosel world news (February 2016)

L'Europe sera confrontée en 2016 à un "véritable tsunami migratoire", estime l'ancien président tchèque Vaclav Klaus.
"Nous sommes sur le seuil d'une nouvelle époque de mouvements migratoires. Certains (en Europe) pensent que la vague de migrations a déjà cessé. 

Mais elle ne fait que commencer, un véritable tsunami est sur le point d'arriver", a-t-il confié à la chaîne de télévision pragoise Prima TV..........Ex-président tchèque: un "tsunami migratoire" va déferler sur l'Europe


Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Nova e-polis global news (November 2015)

"The assertions that [Russia] demanded from the United States something are absolutely out of place," Peskov said. "Certainly, these demands are not mentioned but the fact that the U.S. and its allies forming a coalition aimed to battle the ISIL [the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, the former name of Islamic State - eds. TASS] are part of an information impact.".........Kremlin says that assertions that Moscow presumably demanded from other counties to clear the skies over Syria when Russian aircraft launched its first air strikes there are out of place

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

40 more websites closed (China's Internet watchdog)

A total of 40 Chinese websites were closed amid China's campaign to clean up illegal online practices such as blackmail and deleting posts for profit, according to China's Internet watchdog on Tuesday.

Monday, February 2, 2015

Feda Eden EL Etos Times and Synchronize agencies (February 2015 - C)

Michael Fuchs, deputy parliamentary floor leader of Merkel's Christian Democrats, has frequently expressed frustrations felt by many politicians and the German public about the pace of reform and political delays in twice-rescued Greece.

"The new leadership in Athens is taking the liberty of directly provoking Germany," he told Rheinische Post newspaper........................Direct provocation by the new government in Athens is making politicians in Germany less willing to agree to further help for Greece

Monday, December 1, 2014

China mulls press law to improve news coverage

China is drafting its first press law to help media organizations make a greater impact after years of clamor by experts, a former senior official from the press authorities said.

Saturday, June 8, 2013

New York Times responds to Turkish PM’s criticism over Gezi Park ad

The New York Times has said it accepts advertisements “from all advocacy groups who wish to share their opinions” in response to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s criticism over a full-page ad placed in the newspaper by Gezi Park supporters.

“We publish this type of advertising because we believe in the First Amendment, which affords us the right to publish news and editorials, but just as important, guarantees the public’s right to be heard,” the New York Times said in a written statement to daily Hürriyet published on June 8.

“Our advertising department and our newsroom are completely distinct operations and the newsroom has nothing to do with the placement or acceptance of advertising messages,” it also added. 

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