Sunday, June 12, 2016

Программа Акценты Недели (12.06.2016) 12 июня 2016 «НТВ»

INC News, 12/06/2016 - source:©Vesti-HTB

Антитеррористическая операция в Актобе завершена

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На глобальном саммите женщин прошла презентация ЭКСПО-2017

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Стрелявший в клубе города Орландо, возможно, был связан с ТГИЛ

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RUSSIA - Putin celebrates Russia Day at the Kremlin

Russian President Vladimir Putin held a reception to mark Russia Day at the Kremlin in Moscow on Sunday. 
Representatives from all Russian state authorities and religious communities attended the ceremony. 
During the celebration “one of the most significant state holidays”, Putin said that “Russia proved that it can improve itself, aim for the better, and make radical progress to the new economic, political and social structure”. He also added that the common goal of all Russian people is for a “strong, confident, solid Russia, which is open for partnership and cooperation”.

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QATAR - Dutch Woman Accuses Man Of Rape, Gets Arrested In Qatar

A 22-year-old Dutch woman says she was raped while on vacation in Qatar. Not only was her accused rapist taken into custody, but so was she.
The woman's lawyer says she was at a hotel bar when her drink was drugged and that the next day, she woke up in an apartment she didn't know and realized she had been raped.
After she reported the rape, police arrested her. Her lawyer says she was arrested on suspicion of adultery and has been in custody since March.
Qatar, which is ruled by Sharia Law, has very strict rules against adultery and drinking alcohol, though drinking is allowed in some hotels and with a permit. 
The accused rapist reportedly claims the encounter was consensual, but the woman denies that. Dutch authorities told the press she hasn't been charged with anything yet. A court hearing is scheduled for June 13, when a decision on charges will be made. 
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KAZAKHSTAN - «Вежливых людей» запечатлели в бронзе

В Симферополе открыли памятник «вежливым людям» – российским военным, которые в рамках спецоперации захватывали Крым в феврале-марте 2014 года.

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ORLANDO TRAGEDY - Florida LGBT Activist: We are Resilient

The first openly-gay elected official in Orlando responded to the mass shooting at a gay nightclub saying, "if you think that you're going to stab at the heart of us by doing this horrible, violent act you're not because we love."

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ORLANDO TRAGEDY - Bartender: My Instinct Was to Get Somewhere Safe

A bartender at a crowded gay nightclub in Orlando said her first instict was to get somewhere safe after a gunman opened fire, killing at least 50 people.

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SLAVERY -Paraguay’s ‘little maids’: Modern-day slavery?

They are called criaditas, or little maids. In Paraguay, South America’s poorest country, there are thousands of them, despite it being illegal. Human rights groups call it modern day slavery.

INC News, 12/06/2016 - source: ©AlJazeera

REFUGEES - Offshore and off limits: Australia's refugee centers

For four years now, Australia has been sending a message out to the world: "If you come to Australia illegally by boat, there is no way you will make Australia home."
The refugees who cannot be turned or towed back are taken into custody. Since the so-called processing centres on the islands of Manus and Nauru opened in 2012, nearly 2,000 people have been held there and only 60 have made it out. In those four years, not a single journalist has made it in.
Australia's offshore 'processing centers for asylum seekers are shrouded in secrecy and are completely off limits to the media.
Permission to visit the island centres is almost non-existent - some journalists have even reported being chased away at gunpoint after arriving in Papua New Guinea.
Journalists rely on news that has trickled out of the camps for information.
But penalties for the whistleblowers feeding stories to journalists are stiff, reinforcing the media blackout shrouding the asylum centers and the macabre stories about the treatment of refugees within. 
The Australian Federal Police have been known to spend hours researching, intimidating and harassing journalists who have worked with whistleblowers in order to reveal their sources.

INC News, 12/06/2016 - source: ©AlJazeera

ORLANDO - Mother of Potential Orlando Nightclub Shooting Victim Searches for Answers

INC News, 12/06/2016 - source: ©abcNews

AGRICULTURE - Rare insect devastates Nigeria’s tomato farms

A rare caterpillar-like creature is infecting tomato crops across much of northern Nigeria.
Farmers have lost their entire harvest because of the insect, known as Tuta Absoluta or Tomato Leaf Miner, and its resistance to pesticides. 

INC News, 12/06/2016 - source: ©AlJazeera

AMERICA - Gawker Media Files for Bankruptcy

Lawyers for Gawker are looking into whether it was legal for Peter Thiel to bankroll Hogan's case.

INC News, 12/06/2016 - source: ©abcNews

AMERICA - Sex Offenders Escape From Prison

A manhunt is under way for Timothy Clause, still on the run, after escaping with another inmate who was back in custody.

INC News, 12/06/2016 - source: ©abcNews