Monthly Archives: December 2018

Christmas in Europe Coming Under Leaden Skies

Source: White House Chronicle (WHChronicle.com) By Llewellyn King AGRINIO, Greece — There is not a dark cloud hanging over Europe. There are a bunch of them. Taken together they account for a sense of foreboding, not quite despair, but a … Continue reading

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Press freedom solidarity mission to Slovakia calls for full justice over Jan Kuciak’s murder

Source: Association of European Journalists (AEJ.org) Press freedom solidarity mission to Slovakia calls for full justice over Jan Kuciak’s murder On Thursday December 6 the AEJ joined eight other partner organisations that publish regular press freedom alerts on the Council … Continue reading

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AEJ protests: pro-government media conglomerate in Hungary threatens the survival of media plurality

Source: Association of European Journalists (AEJ.org) The international Association of European Journalists (AEJ) joins the Hungarian journalists unions HPU and MUOSZ in calling on the national authorities to put a stop to the recently announced formation of a huge media … Continue reading

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Lounge on the Book Heaven floor in Oodi, Helsinki’s stunning new library

Source: LonelyPlanet.com Like a wave sweeping between the buildings of what is known as Citizens’ Square, Oodi (pronounced ‘awdi) is a veritable ode to Helsinki. The new central library breaks the boundaries of silence and invites children, tourists, contemplatives, rock … Continue reading

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