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    Có đực mới vực được đạo.

    Bernard Preynat, 74, is believed to have sexually abused scores of boys over a 30-year period
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...for-first-time

    He appeared in court on Monday, almost 40 years after he is thought to have begun abusing the boys in his charge.

    Preynat, who is facing 10 charges of “sexual aggression” against boys aged seven to 15 between 1971 and 1991, has admitted the abuse.


    Nine victims were expected to give evidence in the case out of more than 90 who are believed to have come forward. Many of the claims have been deemed legally out of date.


    Preynat’s abuse of young boys was known, documented and covered up by his superiors in the diocese, who were accused of putting the church’s reputation before the victims’ suffering.


    In an apologetic letters to parents, Preynat admitted he was “sick” and “had a problem with children”, but was allowed to keep working with young people and run scout camps.


    Last March, his superior, Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, was convicted of failing to report the abuse and failing to protect the children. He was given a suspended six-month sentence but has appealed against his conviction.


    The abuse is the subject of a film by the French director François Ozon, called By the Grace of God, which echoed the words Barbarin said when asked why he had not acted to remove Preynat from contact with children.


    “By the grace of God most of these cases are now out of date,” he replied, referring to the statute of limitations.


    Ozon, who met some of Preynat’s victims, told the Observer in October: “Preynat was honest and that was part of the drama. He never denied it. He said he had a problem with kids; he sent letters to the parents in the 1990s in which he admitted it. Barbarin knew about it. Still nothing happened.”

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    Germany to pay energy firms billions in coal phaseout plan

    Marathon talks have produced an agreement between the government and Germany's coal-producing states on phasing out coal-fired energy plants at the latest by 2038. Some plants will already be shut down this year.



    Chancellor Angela Merkel's government and Germany's four coal-producing states unveiled details of their plan to phase out coal at the latest by 2038 on Thursday.

    The plans outline a timeline for decommissioning lignite-coal power plants in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Brandenburg, as well as easing the financial transition for the states and energy firms involved.

    What's in the plan?

    • The government wants to move up the timetable, shooting to exit coal by 2035 and at the latest by the previous target date of 2038.
    • Energy firms will receive a €4.35 billion ($4.85 billion) payout to compensate for the coal phaseout.
    • At least eight coal-fired power plants will be taken off the grid this year.
    • The government will provide €14 billion to the affected states to specifically aid the transition away from coal.
    • An additional €26 billion will be dedicated for "further measures" to support the states.
    • Financial payouts will only begin once parliament passes legislation making the deal binding.

    'Important breakthrough' for the climate

    Environment Minister Svenja Schulze praised the plan, which was agreed after six hours of talks with state leaders that lasted until the early hours of Thursday morning.

    "We are the first country that is exiting nuclear and coal power on a binding basis, and this is an important international signal that we are sending," Schulze said at a press conference.

    Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said the payouts to energy firms were "affordable and in my view a good result."

    "Germany is taking big steps on its way out of the fossil fuel age," Scholz added.

    Armin Laschet, the state premier of North Rhine-Westphalia, called the deal "an important breakthrough for climate protection."

    "We will only succeed in achieving an ambitious coal phase-out if we take the citizens in the affected areas with us," Laschet said.

    How will the regions be impacted?

    An estimated 20,000 people are employed in Germany's lignite industry — of which 15,000 work in open-pit mines and 5,000 in lignite power plants. The country's last active black coal mine closed in 2018, but more than 5,000 people still work in coal-fired power plants.

    The government was under particular pressure from the eastern German states of Saxony, Brandenburg and Saxony-Anhalt, which raised concerns that the policy shift could worsen economic inequality with the former western states.

    Germany under pressure to cut emissions

    Germany has come under increasing pressure to ditch its dependence on coal, from experts, environmental activists and the European Union.

    Despite setting ambitious climate protection goals, Germany is the largest contributor of carbon emissions in the EU, amounting for over 22% of the bloc's CO2 emissions, according to an EU report.

    Over a third of the electricity generated in Germany comes from burning coal — which produces large amounts of greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming. Last year, the government rolled out a new climate protection plan with a target to generate 65% of energy from carbon-neutral sources by 2030.

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    Tin tức hội quý tộc: Quận công và quận công chúa Sú Sếc xi (Sussexes) ly khai.

    Không biết có liên quan đến tin đồn chị Lú được mời gia nhập hội.

    Harry and Meghan to drop HRH titles and repay £2.4m
    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...rop-hrh-titles


    Qué xê ra, xê ra...

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    Tuyệt tình:

    Con vua thì mới hoàng, vương
    Công tước ở Cà (nada) chỉ quét lá phong.





    Newspaper headlines: 'Freedom at a price' as Queen seals 'hard Megxit'



















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    Phô-mai dổi Amazon, Sâm-banh đổi Google, Facebook. "Hưu" chiến - tạm thời ngừng oánh!
    Nên nhớ trên đời này không có cái gì thực sự miễn phí cả!





    Macron, Trump agree to hold off on digital tax for tech giants

    Paris and Washington have agreed to extend negotiations on disputes over a French digital tax to the end of 2020, postponing Trump's threat of sanctions. The two presidents have agreed to avoid a trade war.

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    French President Emmanuel Macron has said he and
    US President Donald Trump would collaborate over
    France's planned digital tax and avoid an increase in tariffs.

    After talks over the weekend, Macron and Trump agreed
    to put a hold on their tariff spat until 2021, a French
    diplomatic source said Monday according to Reuters news agency.

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    Muốn triệt hạ đối thủ trên đất Đức chỉ có Tô Lâm.
    Làm gì có Do Đan. Do Móc gì.




    'Imminent threat' to US troops in Germany dismissed




    A leaked military intelligence report from the United States over the weekend had suggested that a man from Jordan could target US forces in Germany. But officials say the threat was quickly dismissed as nonexistent.

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    A US military source who was familiar with the matter said spot reports
    are frequently circulated among personnel, though they are not intended
    to be posted on social media, and that this specific threat probably
    never existed, given that it was dismissed the same day.
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    Ai Weiwei: No Wayway

    Ai Weiwei on his new life in Britain: 'People are at least polite. In Germany, they weren't'
    https://www.theguardian.com/artandde...l-reality-film

    It’s four months since Ai quit Germany for Britain, and he is adapting quickly to his new home. He orders English breakfast tea and lays into the country that gave him refuge after fleeing China in 2015. Germany is intolerant, bigoted and authoritarian, he says. And he’s barely started.

    Does he really believe that post-Brexit Britain will prove a haven of tolerance? He smiles and says he’s here primarily for his son. He believes 10-year-old Lao will get a good education in Britain – and will be safe. “I don’t want him to live in harsh conditions. I don’t think Germany provides a good environment for foreigners.” He mentions that Lao was recently threatened by a shop owner there.

    While Ai insists he has no illusions about Britain, he still thinks it will be better for his family. “In Britain they are colonial. They are polite at least. But in Germany, they don’t have this politeness. They would say in Germany you have to speak German. They have been very rude in daily situations. They deeply don’t like foreigners.” If Britain does let him down, he assures me he’ll let us all know.


    Ông này chắc không phải vào Anh trong chiếc xe đông lạnh.

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    Một đồng một ngón?

    What does your £10 manicure really cost? The unvarnished truth about nail bars

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...bout-nail-bars

    Outside the shop, more police officers are questioning a tired-looking Vietnamese man who has been peering through the back of the building, then watching proceedings from the other side of the high street and making calls. They ask him to hand over and unlock his phone.

    “It’s not my phone,” he tells them, speaking Vietnamese to the translator. “Some lady just gave it to me.”


    “Can you just tell him I’ve never heard such rubbish in my life,” the police officer says, holding the phone in front of the man’s face to see if it would unlock with facial recognition.

    “Tell him we are going to arrest him on suspicion of theft of a mobile phone.” The man unlocks his phone and officers look through the 20 calls he has made and received during the 45 minutes since the raid began, establishes that a number of calls have been made to staff inside the shop and decide to arrest him on suspicion of involvement in modern slavery and people trafficking.

    Shortly, another man comes to the shop, pushing a small baby in a pram, and looks through the windows at the staff inside. “Is this your shop?” police ask him. He shakes his head, but when asked to show ID, police recognise him as the man named as the shop’s manager on a notice inside. Another officer takes the pram, handcuffs him and tells him: “You are under arrest for arranging and facilitating modern slavery. We’ll look after the baby, don’t worry.”

    “Is there anyone else who can look after the baby?” a police officer asks the translator to ask the man, adding in an aside: “We’re getting our money’s worth out of you … Ask him: Is there another family member? When does the baby need food and drink?”

    In total, 13 people working in the five shops are arrested on suspicion of modern slavery and human trafficking offences, and another seven are arrested on suspicion of immigration offences and possessing counterfeit goods, mostly counterfeit cigarettes. Five children and nine adults are deemed to be vulnerable and taken to a temporary reception centre. The council says later that no one was taken into care, because “police weren’t able to establish that any of the young people were children”, although 10 children were found working in Southwark’s nail bars earlier in the year and placed with foster carers. It is unclear what happened to the baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post


    Ông này chắc không phải vào Anh trong chiếc xe đông lạnh.
    Chắc ông này không vượt qua được rào cản ngôn
    ngữ ở tuổi lục tuần nên nhiều phẫn uất. Không thể trao đổi với
    người bản xứ bằng tiếng của họ thì làm sao vượt qua được
    cái lạnh trong xe đá. Đã ra khỏi tàu rồi, Vị vị muốn đi đâu thì đi,
    may mắn cho Vị vị là Đức không trả Vị vị về tàu. Nhìn Snowden coi,
    không ra khỏi được nước Nga bước nào. Vị được hưởng tự do là may
    mắn rồi còn kiêu ngạo quá.


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    Ừa, được ăn, được nói, được xách gói qua Anh. Chê người ta bất lịch sự ngay trên mặt báo thì ổng cũng đâu có lịch sự hơn người ta. Chắc cũng thuộc loại được trọng vọng ở nhiều nước Âu châu nên có tính làm phách.

    Bị đuổi xuống taxi là chuyện thường, nhiều khi ngồi trong xe ấm mông rồi mà có khách khác quắc vô đòi đi đâu xa hơn là tài xế kêu ráng đi bộ để nhường xe cho khách đi xa. Năng vận động chút cũng tốt nên bỏ qua luôn khỏi còm lên.

 

 

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