Monday, May 2, 2016

Программа ВРЕМЯ в 21.00 (02.05.2016) 02 мая 2016 «1 канал»

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NETHERLANDS - Het belangrijkste nieuws van 2 mei in één minuut

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KAZAKHSTAN - Шымкентец мастерит необычные часы из старых пластинок

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KAZAKHSTAN - Актюбинцы возмущены: из клиники по соседству шприцы и отходы несут на их...

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POLITICA - Bandiera palestinese come quella dell'Isil: vietata a Eurovision.

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ECONOMIA -Giro di vite sugli Airb&B a Berlino

Una nuova legge comunale vieta ai privati di affittare l'appartamento per intero, limitando l'opzione alle camere. Una misura che punta ad impedire il generale aumento dei prezzi in modo che restino alla portata dei residenti. Gli affitti a Berlino sono aumentati del 56% tra il 2009 e il 2014, ma restano bassi se paragonati alla media delle principali città europee, intorno ai 10 euro per metro quadrato. La capitale tedesca è diventata una delle destinazioni più visitate in Europa.

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FRANCIA - Tanti suicidi nelle prigioni francesi. La storia di Morad

In Francia, secondo le statistiche, i suicidi in carcere sono quasi il doppio della media europea. 
Perché i numeri continuano a essere così negativi, malgrado il lancio, già dal 2010, di un 'piano anti-suicidi'?

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ITALIA - Un viaggio nelle carceri italiane

Basta non guardare le porte e potrebbe sembrare un convitto, o anche un ospedale. Invece è proprio un carcere. 
Siamo a Bollate, hinterland di Milano. Vengono da tutta Europa a trarre ispirazione da un modello che responsabilizza il detenuto e ne prepara il reinserimento. Con i suoi laboratori - e c'è perfino l'ippoterapia - è un ideale che funziona davvero.

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TURCHIA - Il traffico di migranti vale milioni di euro

Aksaray è un quartiere di Istanbul dove si ritrovano molti richiedenti asilo per trovare un passaggio illegale verso l'Europa. Abu Khaled è un trafficante di uomini. Viene dalla città di Dara’a, in Siria. Coordina un gruppo di 15 tra trafficanti e intermediari che portano i migranti via terra dalla Grecia alla Bulgaria.

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AMERICA - Sattle, scontri al margine del Primo Maggio. Cinque agenti feriti, nove arresti

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GERMANIA - Bikers russi a Berlino per rendere omaggio ai soldati sovietici caduti nella Seconda Guerra Mondiale

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TURKEY - Turkey parliament mayhem

Scuffles break out between members of Turkey's ruling AK Party and pro-Kurdish opposition party during a discussion on whether to remove the politicians' immunity.

Is this the real Parliament? Not very nice margin of maturity in politics - INC News

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POLITIC - Palestinians condemn Eurovision Song Contest for flag ban

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NETHERLANDS - Zeven meisjes gedrogeerd bij kermis

Tijdens een kermis in de gemeente Koggenland hebben zeven meisjes ghb toegediend gekregen in een kroeg. Ze zijn daarna gelukkig niet verder lastig gevallen. De eigenaar van de kroeg is geschokt en overweegt strenge maatregelen

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AMERICA - Most Detroit public school shut down

Ninety-four out of 97 Detroit Public Schools are closed Monday because instructors called in sick, school district spokeswoman Michelle A. Zdrodowski said. The so-called sickout came after teachers found out they would not be paid for two months of work.

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INDIA - Teen accidentally kills self taking selfie

A 15-year-old boy in India accidentally shot himself in the head while taking a selfie with his father's gun.

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MODERN FINANCES - Is Craig Wright really Bitcoin's creator? Unmasking raises doubts

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TECHNOLOGY - Virtual reality has arrived: Do you want it?

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CBN NewsWatch: May 2, 2016

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INDIA - Nahlah Ayed - Combating India's child slavery

Read Ayed's essay: Dirty work. Activists in India risk their lives to save children from slave labour. But after the kids are freed, what then?

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CANADA - Foot doctor Pierre Dupont accused of using 'knock-off' implants

In an email obtained by Go Public, Pierre Dupont admits using 'unique stent devices' he created and not the approved stents created by HyProCure. 

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NEW YORK - Raging Fire Destroys Historic New York City Church

Eyewitness describes the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sava in New York City as being destroyed in a raging fire just hours after its Orthodox worshippers celebrated Easter.

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AUSTRALIA - Australian Man Claims to be Creator of Bitcoin

An Australian man long rumored to be associated with the digital currency Bitcoin has publicly identified himself as its creator - a claim that would end one of the biggest mysteries in the tech world.

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NEW YORK - Ex-Convict Helps New Yorkers Lose Weight, Prison-Style

Coss Marte, an ex-convict who served four years in prison for drug-related charges, has opened a small gym "Conbody" in Manhattan and employed ex-convicts as trainers during daily workout classes. 

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AMERICA - Jerry Sandusky Appeals, Child-Sex Abuse Conviction

Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach, was sentenced in 2012 to 30 to 60 years in prison. 

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AMERICA - Blind Woman Regains Sight After Accident

An accident in 1995 took away Mary Ann Franco’s sight and a different kind of accident has apparently brought it back. INC News, 02/05/2016 - source: ©abcNews

AMERICA - Starbucks Sued Over Using Too Much Ice

Battle Brewing at Starbucks: Lawsuit over Too Much Ice | A federal lawsuit filed for $5 million accuses the company of under-filling its iced drinks.

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AMERICA - May Day Marches | Violent Protests, Protests Break Out

Violent Protests, Protests Break Out in Seattle During May Day Marches | Marches end in violent outbreaks with several arrested, according to police.

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FRANCE - Silent screaming - suicides and meds blight French prisons

Suicide rates in French prisons are almost double the European average. The latest data from the Council of Europe, in "a report published in December 2015", shows that the rate in France was 12.4 suicides per 10,000 inmates in 2013. The median rate across the European Union was 5.4 suicides per 10,000 inmates.

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ITALY - Leads the way on prison reform, but system in crisis

Bollate, a prison near Milan, is unlike any other,  is a model jail that attracts visitors from all over Europe, keen to learn from its policies of rehabilitation and reinsertion into active life. It has workshops, and even stables.
But it is the only one of its kind in Italy. The national situation is much bleaker, despite penal reforms.

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EMIGRANTS - Boom times for Turkey's lucrative smuggling rings

Aksaray district in Istanbul is the place where many asylum seekers go to find smugglers to travel to Europe.
Abu Khaled is a smuggler from the Syrian city of Dara’a. He oversees a network of 15 smugglers and brokers who take migrants by land to Greece and Bulgaria. Abu Khaled, who asked for his identity be concealed, is meeting one of his brokers who brought him a migrant that wants to travel to Greece.

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AMERICA - Seattle May day march turns violent

At least five police officers have been injured and nine people arrested during violent May Day protests in the U.S. city of Seattle.There were ugly scenes in Seattle's downtown district as anti-capitalist demonstrators through rocks and other projectiles at police, including Molotov cocktails. One officer reportedly suffered a gash to the head. 
A large deployment of riot police, both on foot and bicycle, quickly moved in to control the crowd. 

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EUROZONE - 'Night Wolves' bikers refused entry into Poland

Bikers from Russia's ultra-nationalist 'Night Wolves' Club were refused entry into Poland on Sunday. 
Poland's foreign ministry said the Pro-Kremlin group, which has links to Russian President Vladimir Putin, had been banned from crossing the border with Belarus for security reasons. 
Last week Moscow condemned such border bans, summoning Poland's ambassador over a similar incident.

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AMERICA - Washington, DC chemical leak after freight train derails

Emergency teams in the U.S. Capital has successfully sealed a leak on a freight train after it derailed on Sunday. 
Fourteen wagons on the CSX train overturned in Washington D.C. Spilling hazardous liquid, including sodium hydroxide. No evacuation orders were issued and nobody was injured in the accident. 

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MEDIA - Euronews journalist vanishes in the middle of a live broadcast...

Euronews journalist Lise Pedersen disappears in the middle of a live TV broadcast...
Member of Reporters Without Borders' international board, Dr. Rubina Moehring, explains why we must defend the fundamental right of press freedom across the world, to stop this kind of situation occurring.

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Onbesuisde actie motorrijder

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3 bombings in & around Baghdad kill 14, injure dozens 

At least fourteen people have been killed and dozens more injured when three bombs went off in separate locations in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, police and medics said, as cited by Reuters.
The worst explosion hit the Sunni-dominated Saydiya district of southwestern Baghdad. A bomb in a parked car, killed eleven people and injured 30 more, sources said. 
The majority of the victims were Shiite Muslim pilgrims who were on their way to the shrine, in the Iraqi capital, of Imam Moussa al-Kadhim, a great-grandson of Prophet Mohammad.
Security forces have cordoned off the scene and transported the injured to a nearby hospital, and the dead bodies for forensic examination, a police source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told local Alsumaria TV.
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NEW YORK (AMERICA) - Fire Destroys Historic New York City Church

A historic church in New York City was destroyed in a raging fire just hours after its Orthodox Christian worshippers celebrated Easter.

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TOURISM - Cruise Ship Heading From Miami to Havana

A Carnival cruise ship left the port of Miami, heading to Havana, Cuba on Sunday. It's the first cruise ship to go from the US to Cuba in decades. 

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