Durissima dichiarazione dell’episcopato germanico: „Non siamo una filiale di Roma. Il Sinodo non può dirci nel dettaglio cosa fare in Germania“
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TUCSON, Ariz. – The parents of an American journalist beheaded by the Islamic State group say they are surprised a college-educated, London-raised man is the masked militant known as „Jihadi John“ from the video of their son’s slaying but also realize stopping him won’t end the bloodshed.
„The point is if we capture him and bring him to justice, what does that do? ISIS is still doing its thing. It’s a very narrow approach. We will be happy when ISIS is defeated,“ John Foley, father of slain freelance journalist James Foley, said during an interview with reporters Thursday in Tucson, Arizona. „The next ‚Jihadi John‘ is on the way.“
The Foleys spoke about the front man for IS murder videos with reporters before they participated in a forum at the University of Arizona on the growing dangers journalists…
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TORONTO – Media has identified the Islamic State militant known as „Jihadi John,“ the man pictured in several videos threatening the beheadings of several hostages.
The BBC identified the man as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born British man from West London.
Dressed head-to-toe in black, with a mask leaving only his eyes visible, the ISIS executioner first appeared in a video threatening American journalist James Foley while brandishing a knife.
Speaking with an English accent, the masked man also appeared in videos purportedly showing the beheadings of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff, British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning, and American aid worker Peter Kassig.
According to the Washington Post, Emwazi is from an upscale family and graduated from college with a degree in computer programming. He is believed to have travelled it Syria in 2012.
People claiming to be friends of Emwazi spoke to the Post, identifying the masked…
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BUDAPEST, Hungary – If „king for a day“ sounds too majestic, a small Hungarian village will let you become deputy mayor for a few days.
The village of Megyer, population 18, has put itself up for rent to companies and tourists.
For 210,000 forints ($750; 690 euros) a day, a prospective renter gets seven guesthouses that sleep 39 people, four streets, a bus stop, a barn, a chicken yard, six horses, two cows, three sheep and four hectares (10 acres) of farmland – along with the possibility of temporarily being named deputy mayor.
The deal aims to revitalize the hamlet, which dates back to at least the 11th century and is 190 kilometres (120 miles) southwest of Budapest.
Mayor Kristof Pajer said Wednesday that the silence of the remote countryside was its main attraction.
„We offer all sorts of programs to our guests, but most are simply captivated by the…
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