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jean-marie le pen fined for inciting hate against roma | france news


the father of french far-right presidential candidate marine le pen has been ordered to pay 5,000 euros ($5,300) after describing people from the roma minority as smelly.roma in europebetween 10 and 12 million roma are estimated to live in europe, with most in eastern parts of the continent.with ancestral roots in india, the roma migrated to eastern europe in the 10th century and have been persecuted throughout history.after the fall of the soviet union and the break-up of yugoslavia, many travelled west, seeking to escape poverty and discrimination.in 2010, the european union criticised france over a crackdown on illegal roma camps launched by then-president nicolas sarkozy.in the same year, thousands of roma were deported to romania and bulgaria from france.an appeals court on monday in






jean-marie le pen fined for inciting hate against roma | france news


the father of french far-right presidential candidate marine le pen has been ordered to pay 5,000 euros ($5,300) after describing people from the roma minority as smelly.roma in europebetween 10 and 12 million roma are estimated to live in europe, with most in eastern parts of the continent.with ancestral roots in india, the roma migrated to eastern europe in the 10th century and have been persecuted throughout history.after the fall of the soviet union and the break-up of yugoslavia, many travelled west, seeking to escape poverty and discrimination.in 2010, the european union criticised france over a crackdown on illegal roma camps launched by then-president nicolas sarkozy.in the same year, thousands of roma were deported to romania and bulgaria from france.an appeals court on monday in






shutka: inside macedonia's only roma-run municipality | macedonia


suto orizari, macedonia - sleek black audis skirt past children playing in the streets and carts pulled by elaborately dressed horses clop around potholed streets. the stainless steel spires of macedonia's biggest mosque pierce the skyline. this is suto orizari, macedonia's only roma-run municipality, located on the outskirts of the capital skopje.roma, or romani people, are a once-nomadic group of people who are believed to have arrived in europe from northern india one thousand years ago. in europe, there are 12 million roma - making them the continent's largest minority - over half of which live in the european union. some 200,000 are in macedonia, according to the council of europe.eighty percent of suto orizari's population is roma. the municipality is the only local administrative un






government failing to educate, integrate roma children | slovakia news


roma in europebetween 10 and 12 million roma are estimated to live in europe, with most in eastern parts of the continentwith ancestral roots in india, the roma migrated to eastern europe in the 10th century and have been persecuted throughout historyafter the fall of the soviet union and the break-up of yugoslavia, many travelled west, seeking to escape poverty and discriminationromani children in slovakia are segregated in schools, bullied by teachers and misdiagnosed as mentally disabled because of anti-roma racism, according to human rights groups.the european roma rights centre (errc) and amnesty international said on wednesday that romani children in primary school, aged between five and 11, were systematically denied their rights to education, trapping them in a "cycle of poverty an






government failing to educate, integrate roma children | slovakia news


roma in europebetween 10 and 12 million roma are estimated to live in europe, with most in eastern parts of the continentwith ancestral roots in india, the roma migrated to eastern europe in the 10th century and have been persecuted throughout historyafter the fall of the soviet union and the break-up of yugoslavia, many travelled west, seeking to escape poverty and discriminationromani children in slovakia are segregated in schools, bullied by teachers and misdiagnosed as mentally disabled because of anti-roma racism, according to human rights groups.the european roma rights centre (errc) and amnesty international said on wednesday that romani children in primary school, aged between five and 11, were systematically denied their rights to education, trapping them in a "cycle of poverty an






government failing to educate, integrate roma children | slovakia news


roma in europebetween 10 and 12 million roma are estimated to live in europe, with most in eastern parts of the continentwith ancestral roots in india, the roma migrated to eastern europe in the 10th century and have been persecuted throughout historyafter the fall of the soviet union and the break-up of yugoslavia, many travelled west, seeking to escape poverty and discriminationromani children in slovakia are segregated in schools, bullied by teachers and misdiagnosed as mentally disabled because of anti-roma racism, according to human rights groups.the european roma rights centre (errc) and amnesty international said on wednesday that romani children in primary school, aged between five and 11, were systematically denied their rights to education, trapping them in a "cycle of poverty an






rights groups: slovakia discriminates against roma kids


bratislava, slovakia — rights groups say slovakia has failed to end the discrimination of roma children in the country's education system.in a joint report published on friday, amnesty international and the european roma rights center say romani children are over-represented in the schools for the mentally disabled and are placed in segregated classrooms or schools.the groups say the romani children receive poor education, condemning them to live in poverty and seclusion.the european union previously issued a warning to slovakia, and to hungary and the czech republic, about the discrimination. however, the report says "romani children remain trapped in a vicious cycle of poverty, marginalization and despair."the groups have called on the eu "to push slovakia to bring its policies in line w






alfonso cuaron wraps filming on ‘roma’ in his native mexico


mexico city (ap) — for oscar-winning director alfonso cuaron, returning to film in his native mexico was an itch that took 16 years to finally scratch.ever since cuaron found international success with the movie “y tu mama tambien,” commitment after commitment, among them “children of men” and “gravity,” delayed his plans for a more personal project back home.“movies are like a cereal box — at the bottom there is the promise of a toy,” cuaron said tuesday at a news conference in the mexican capital, paraphrasing friend and colleague guillermo del toro to describe why he filmed his latest in mexico.“‘gravity’ was that cereal box and i got that little toy, which usually leads to a bigger film with more production, with more stars,” cuaron told reporters. “but i decided to return to mexico ci






thousands of roma 'made homeless' in france in 2016 | france news


more than 10,000 roma were forcibly evicted by french authorities last year, with most ejections taking place during the cold winter months, according to a new report.the european roma rights centre and the ligue des droits de l'homme (human rights league of france) said on tuesday that at least 60 percent of romani families in the country were forced to leave their dwellings.the majority of the recorded evictions took place without a court decision and, in most cases, adequate alternative accommodation was not offered to those made homeless, the groups said in a joint report."france's policy of ethnically targeted evictions creates cycles of repeat evictions and forced removals," the report said."it is also a significant squandering of financial and administrative resources. it is not onl






thousands of roma 'made homeless' in france in 2016 | france news


more than 10,000 roma were forcibly evicted by french authorities last year, with most ejections taking place during the cold winter months, according to a new report.the european roma rights centre and the ligue des droits de l'homme (human rights league of france) said on tuesday that at least 60 percent of romani families in the country were forced to leave their dwellings.the majority of the recorded evictions took place without a court decision, and in most cases adequate alternative accommodation was not offered to those made homeless, the groups said in a joint report."france's policy of ethnically targeted evictions creates cycles of repeat evictions and forced removals," the report said."it is also a significant squandering of financial and administrative resources. it is not only






balkan music alive and kicking in bay area


clarinet virtuoso ismail lumanovski has already broken new ground several times in his short career. best known as the driving force behind the new york gypsy all stars, he’s the first roma reed player to graduate from juilliard.but lumanovski, who was born in macedonia when it was part of the now-defunct yugoslavia, is a very different kind of pioneer when he collaborates with the bay area’s powerhouse balkan brass ensemble inspector gadje.“you just don’t have a clarinet with a brass band in balkan music,” says lumanovski, 32. “the clarinet is not as powerful as the brass, and you have to create a unique approach.”he returns to san francisco this weekend as the featured soloist with the 14-piece inspector gadje at the rickshaw stop for a performance marking the 10th anniversary of serbian






file manager download


download download you love your android device, but miss the way you can easily manage files on a pc. with roma software's file manager, you can have both. movable and resizable windows, copy and paste, drag and drop, shortcuts, and much more. all the features of roma software's file manager plus, but without support for cloud drives. features include: windows. any number of movable, resizable, and overlapping windows. file explorer. use full screen or windowed. context-sensitive popup menus. shortcuts to your favorite file locations. views: icon, list, detail. sorts: name, date, sizecopy and move. both drag and drop, and copy and paste are supported. multiple selections. optionally verifycustomize. default view options. whether to verify on copies, moves, or both. whether drag and drop do






file manager plus download


download download you love your android device, but miss the way you can easily manage files on a pc. with roma software's file manager plus, you can have both. movable and resizable windows, copy and paste, drag and drop, shortcuts, and much more. all the features of roma software's file manager, plus support for cloud drives. features include: windows. any number of movable, resizable, and overlapping windows. file explorer. use full screen or windowed. context-sensitive popup menus. shortcuts to your favorite file locations. views: icon, list, detail. sorts: name, date, sizecopy and move. both drag and drop, and copy and paste are supported. multiple selections. optionally verifywork with cloud files locally. click on cloud file to download. view or edit. upon exiting, if changes have b






san jose earthquakes open 2017 mls season with big questions


san jose — rome’s sprawling piazzas were barely in the rear view mirror when jesse fioranelli uprooted his life to take on one of the biggest challenges in major league soccer. in what is perhaps the earthquakes’ single-most important hire in the past decade, fioranelli, 37, has been plucked from storied italian club as roma to transform a lost team into a vibrant playoff challenger.we have heard it all before on the cusp of a season. but as the quakes’ 2017 campaign opens against the montreal impact on saturday at avaya stadium, team executives talk as if they are on the verge of a long-sought breakthrough.“this year the goal is to make the playoffs,” president dave kaval said. “we want to bring this on, not have fear around it.”earthquakes ownership in january turned to a swiss executive






earthquakes head into 2017 mls season with lots of questions


san jose — rome’s sprawling piazzas were barely in the rear view mirror when jesse fioranelli uprooted his life to take on one of the biggest challenges in major league soccer.in what is perhaps the earthquakes’ single-most important hire in the past decade, fioranelli, 37, has been plucked from storied italian club as roma to transform a lost team into a vibrant playoff challenger.we have heard it all before on the cusp of a season. but as the quakes’ 2017 campaign opens against the montreal impact on saturday at avaya stadium, team executives talk as if they are on the verge of a long-sought breakthrough.“this year the goal is to make the playoffs,” president dave kaval said. “we want to bring this on, not have fear around it.”earthquakes ownership in january turned to a swiss executive






canada's own immigration ban | canada


while the world is outraged, and rightly so, by recent policies south of its border, we are quick to forget that not too long ago the canadian government imposed its own ban of sorts, one that aimed to restrict entry into the country of a specific group of people fleeing persecution.it did so on the premise that these people were "bogus refugees" undeserving of canada's protection and explicitly targeted them as "criminals".earlier this month, anthony housefather, member of parliament for mount royal delivered a poignant speech during the emergency debate on the executive order signed by united states president donald trump to ban refugees and immigrants of muslim-majority countries from entering the us.housefather shed light on canada's own issues of xenophobia and the politics of fear. f






2007 video shows trump senior adviser publicly supporting anti-semitic militia


a top donald trump adviser publicly supported a far-right, anti-semitic militia known as “the hungarian guard,” forward reports.in 2007, sebastian gorka—who’s in the past been accused of islamophobia and anti-semitism—was a political leader in hungarian “new democratic coalition,” known in hungary as “udk.” in a video uncovered by forward, gorka can be seen supporting en extremist parliamentary force.in the video, gorka is asked if he supports a far-right anti-semitic party known as jobbik, which forward reports was working on an initiative to establish the militia.“that is so,” gorka replied, telling the interviewer the establishment of a militia is “a big societal need.” he also berates the hungarian military as “sick,” adding “this country cannot defend itself.”according to forward, the






brian kelly introduces new notre dame coaches, takes blame for last season


just days after an ncaa vote to ban team trips that combine spring break and spring football, michigan announced monday that the wolverines' next getaway is its most exotic yet: italy.the wolverines will hold three spring practices at the training facility of italian league soccer club roma in... (tribune news services)






citizens state bank of roma


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roma evictions in france | france


jakarta's governor talks indonesian crossroads, between a multi-religious state or a nation ruled by islamic principles.indonesia, religion, human rights






ibrahimovic, dzeko score hat tricks in europa league


manchester, england — zlatan ibrahimovic and edin dzeko, two of the most prolific strikers in europe, scored hat tricks to push manchester united and roma to the brink of the europa league last 16 on thursday.with a deflected free kick, a tap-in, and a penalty, ibrahimovic helped united dispatch saint-etienne 3-0 at old trafford in the first leg of their last-32 match, with his first hat trick for the english club and the 17th of his illustrious career.the pre-match focus had been on the family reunion between the pogba brothers, paul (united) and florentin (saint-etienne), but ibrahimovic became the center of attention once again — as he often does against saint-etienne. the former sweden international has scored 17 times in 14 games against the french club, with his previous 14 goals com






some uneasy with plan to boost border patrol with locals


a u.s. border patrol agent scans the u.s.-mexico border while on a bridge over the rio grande on march 13, 2017, in roma, texas.(photo: john moore, getty images) 15 connectlinkedinemailmorelaredo, texas — in this busy border city, customs and border protection agents are more than just faceless federal officers: they back up local sheriff’s deputies on dangerous calls, go on joint missions with police, even take part in local parades.“i know there’s a lot of stigma out there against them, but here locally we’re very fond of them,” webb county judge tano tijerina said of border patrol agents. “they will tell you they can walk anywhere in their uniform and they won’t be frowned upon.”that cozy relationship between local law enforcement and the border patrol in places such as laredo may soon






some uneasy with plan to boost border patrol with locals


a u.s. border patrol agent scans the u.s.-mexico border while on a bridge over the rio grande on march 13, 2017, in roma, texas.(photo: john moore, getty images) 10 connectlinkedinemailmorelaredo, texas — in this busy border city, customs and border protection agents are more than just faceless federal officers: they back up local sheriff’s deputies on dangerous calls, go on joint missions with police, even take part in local parades.“i know there’s a lot of stigma out there against them, but here locally we’re very fond of them,” webb county judge tano tijerina said of border patrol agents. “they will tell you they can walk anywhere in their uniform and they won’t be frowned upon.”that cozy relationship between local law enforcement and the border patrol in places such as laredo may soon






the latest: merkel praises turkey for refugee reception


copenhagen, denmark — the latest on migrants and asylum-seekers in europe (all times local):4:40 p.m.german chancellor angela merkel has renewed her praise for turkey's efforts to take care of refugees and said it's only right for europe to continue supporting it despite tensions with ankara.speaking at a european peoples party congress in malta, merkel rhetorically asked if only turkey, jordan and lebanon should bear the brunt of the refugee exodus when syria sits just beyond europe's eastern outpost at cyprus.she said: "apart from all the criticism we currently have for turkey, they did a lot for the 3 million refugees and it's right that europe would assist turkey in this matter."she said germany decided to take in refugees because europe had "neglected a lot beforehand." ''the truth is






some uneasy with plan to boost border patrol with locals


a u.s. border patrol agent scans the u.s.-mexico border while on a bridge over the rio grande on march 13, 2017, in roma, texas.(photo: john moore, getty images) 1 connectlinkedinemailmorelaredo, texas — in this busy border city, customs and border protection agents are more than just faceless federal officers: they back up local sheriff’s deputies on dangerous calls, go on joint missions with police, even take part in local parades.“i know there’s a lot of stigma out there against them, but here locally we’re very fond of them,” webb county judge tano tijerina said of border patrol agents. “they will tell you they can walk anywhere in their uniform and they won’t be frowned upon.”that cozy relationship between local law enforcement and the border patrol in places such as laredo may soon g






police: british woman assaulted in weekslong outback ordeal


sydney — a british backpacker was sexually assaulted and held captive for weeks in the australian outback before being rescued by police who pulled over the car she was driving, officials said tuesday.queensland state police officers noticed the 22-year-old woman had facial injuries and appeared distressed when they stopped the four-wheel drive along a highway in the rural town of mitchell on sunday. the officers then searched the vehicle and found a 22-year-old man hiding in a storage alcove in the back, police said.police stopped the car because they had received a report of a driver leaving a service station without paying for gas, detective inspector paul hart said."what she's experienced is no doubt horrific and terrifying and we commend her for taking the opportunity to speak to our






police: british woman assaulted in weekslong outback ordeal


sydney — a british backpacker was sexually assaulted and held captive for weeks in the australian outback before being rescued by police who pulled over the car she was driving, officials said tuesday.queensland state police officers noticed the 22-year-old woman had facial injuries and appeared distressed when they stopped the four-wheel drive vehicle along a highway in the rural town of mitchell on sunday. the officers then searched the vehicle and found a 22-year-old man hiding in a storage alcove in the back, police said.police stopped the car because they had received a report of a driver leaving a service station without paying for gas, detective inspector paul hart said."what she's experienced is no doubt horrific and terrifying and we commend her for taking the opportunity to speak






in a border town, locals 'very fond' of their federal border patrol officers


a u.s. border patrol agent scans the u.s.-mexico border while on a bridge over the rio grande on march 13, 2017, in roma, texas.(photo: john moore, getty images) 73 connectlinkedinemailmorelaredo, texas — in this busy border city, customs and border protection agents are more than just faceless federal officers: they back up local sheriff’s deputies on dangerous calls, go on joint missions with police and even take part in local parades.“i know there’s a lot of stigma out there against them, but here locally we’re very fond of them,” webb county judge tano tijerina said of border patrol agents. “they will tell you they can walk anywhere in their uniform and they won’t be frowned upon.”that cozy relationship between local law enforcement and the border patrol in places such as laredo may so






in a border town, locals 'very fond' of their federal border patrol officers


a u.s. border patrol agent scans the u.s.-mexico border while on a bridge over the rio grande on march 13, 2017, in roma, texas.(photo: john moore, getty images) 37 connectlinkedinemailmorelaredo, texas — in this busy border city, customs and border protection agents are more than just faceless federal officers: they back up local sheriff’s deputies on dangerous calls, go on joint missions with police and even take part in local parades.“i know there’s a lot of stigma out there against them, but here locally we’re very fond of them,” webb county judge tano tijerina said of border patrol agents. “they will tell you they can walk anywhere in their uniform and they won’t be frowned upon.”that cozy relationship between local law enforcement and the border patrol in places such as laredo may so






in a border town, locals 'very fond' of their federal border patrol officers


a u.s. border patrol agent scans the u.s.-mexico border while on a bridge over the rio grande on march 13, 2017, in roma, texas.(photo: john moore, getty images) 25 connectlinkedinemailmorelaredo, texas — in this busy border city, customs and border protection agents are more than just faceless federal officers: they back up local sheriff’s deputies on dangerous calls, go on joint missions with police and even take part in local parades.“i know there’s a lot of stigma out there against them, but here locally we’re very fond of them,” webb county judge tano tijerina said of border patrol agents. “they will tell you they can walk anywhere in their uniform and they won’t be frowned upon.”that cozy relationship between local law enforcement and the border patrol in places such as laredo may so






in a border town, locals 'very fond' of their federal border patrol officers


a u.s. border patrol agent scans the u.s.-mexico border while on a bridge over the rio grande on march 13, 2017, in roma, texas.(photo: john moore, getty images) 97 connectlinkedinemailmorelaredo, texas — in this busy border city, customs and border protection agents are more than just faceless federal officers: they back up local sheriff’s deputies on dangerous calls, go on joint missions with police and even take part in local parades.“i know there’s a lot of stigma out there against them, but here locally we’re very fond of them,” webb county judge tano tijerina said of border patrol agents. “they will tell you they can walk anywhere in their uniform and they won’t be frowned upon.”that cozy relationship between local law enforcement and the border patrol in places such as laredo may so






police: british woman assaulted in weekslong outback ordeal


sydney (ap) — a british backpacker was sexually assaulted and held captive for weeks in the australian outback before being rescued by police who pulled over the car she was driving, officials said tuesday.queensland state police officers noticed the 22-year-old woman had facial injuries and appeared distressed when they stopped the four-wheel drive along a highway in the rural town of mitchell on sunday. the officers then searched the vehicle and found a 22-year-old man hiding in a storage alcove in the back, police said.police stopped the car because they had received a report of a driver leaving a service station without paying for gas, detective inspector paul hart said.“what she’s experienced is no doubt horrific and terrifying and we commend her for taking the opportunity to speak to






british woman kidnapped, sexually assaulted for weeks in australian outback


sydney -- a british backpacker in the australian outback was sexually assaulted and held captive for weeks before being rescued by police who pulled over the car she was driving, officials said tuesday.queensland state police officers noticed the 22-year-old woman had facial injuries and appeared distressed when they stopped the four-wheel drive vehicle along a highway in the rural town of mitchell on sunday. the officers then searched the vehicle and found a 22-year-old man hiding in a storage alcove in the back, police said.police stopped the car because they had received a report of a driver leaving a service station without paying for gas, detective inspector paul hart said.“what she’s experienced is no doubt horrific and terrifying and we commend her for taking the opportunity to spea






a miracle survivor on 'chicago med'


watch this:“when we rise: the people behind the story” (8 p.m., abc): this one-hour documentary complements the scripted miniseries currently airing. it recounts the true stories and history of the gay rights movement through the actual voices of the people who inspired the series: cleve jones, roma guy, ken jones, diane jones and cecilia chung. also interviewed: the actors that portray them throughout the series.“what ever happened to baby jane?” (8 p.m., tcm): this 1962 psychological thriller stars bette davis and joan crawford in a saga about an aging actress who holds her paraplegic sister captive in an old hollywood mansion. if you plan to watch the miniseries “feud: bette and joan,” coming sunday night to fx, this makes for a good primer. it’s the only film that the dueling screen di






'when we rise' makes the gay rights movement part of a universal struggle


gay storylines on network television aren’t always frivolous, but it’s rare when they embody themes that are universal to us all —  no matter if you identify as lgbtq, swm, swf or  any other acronym. abc’s four-part miniseries, “when we rise,” chronicles the gay rights movement as a shared part of america’s history, from its early protests against police brutality in 1970s san francisco to the same-sex marriage ruling by the u.s. supreme court in 2015.“when we rise,” which premieres monday, is a history lesson wrapped in a human drama. it takes half a century of struggle and compresses it into a powerful and moving story set during the last wave of the civil rights movement.based on the life stories of lgbt activists cleve jones (guy pearce), ken jones (michael kenneth williams) and roma g






kansas senator stands by comparison of planned parenthood to nazis


a kansas state senator on monday declined to back down from comments comparing planned parenthood to nazi concentration camps, which he made after finding out that a donation had been sent to the organization in his name.“killing people equals killing people,” republican state senator steve fitzgerald said in a phone interview when asked about the comparison on monday, referring to abortion.“planned parenthood is killing more people than they did in nazi germany,” he said.the nazis were responsible for the systematic killing of 6 million jews, as well as others such as homosexuals, roma people and political opponents during world war two.planned parenthood provides abortions as well as other women’s health services, including birth control and cancer screenings. it has long been a target o






‘emerald city’ among tv picks for march 2


‘emerald city’in case you’re not a fan, this isn’t a show about seattle, our own emerald city. it’s instead a dark, alternate telling of “the wizard of oz,” in which dorothy’s a 20-year-old kanas nurse who’s been swept by a tornado to the fantasy land of oz and is on a quest to meet the wizard while dealing with a dire prophecy and enemies both new and familiar. it can get confusing, but hopefully all will be resolved in tonight’s season-one finale, aptly titled “no place like home,” with dorothy facing off against the wizard and glinda bringing her power to the battlefield. 9 p.m. friday on king.madeline mckenzie: [email protected] on fridaymost read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.“entertainment tonight,” 7:30 p.m. (kiro): the premiere of the new “beauty and






nazi camp group strips naked, kills sheep, chains selves together


warsaw, poland -- a group of 11 people took off their clothes, killed a sheep and chained themselves together by the main gate of the former nazi german death camp of auschwitz before being detained by police, officials said friday.a spokesman for the auschwitz memorial, bartosz bartyzel, told the associated press their motives were not clear as they briefly stood and then sat down by the notorious “arbeit macht frei” (“work sets you free”) gate in the southern city of oswiecim on friday afternoon.auschwitz inmates passed through the gate when brought into the death camp and when led by armed nazi guards to slave labor sites.bartyzel said museum guards ordered the group to dress and called the police. visits to the site were temporarily suspended.a statement by the auschwitz memorial’s aut






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