Posts Tagged ‘overshadowed’

Students in Ukraine prepare for a new school year overshadowed by war

The return to school can be an exciting and anxious time for students. But in Ukraine, young people are having to adapt to learning in the shadow of war. With the new academic year fast approaching, schools across the war-torn country are racing to give Ukraine’s six-million school-aged children their chance of an education. For […]

Warsaw’s Gay Pride Parade is overshadowed with fear about the future

Warsaw’s gay pride parade is usually a joyful celebration, but this year it was also tinged with fear of what the future might hold for the rights of gay, bisexual and transgender people. A year ago Poland’s LGBT community faced a backlash from ruling conservative politicians, local communities and the church. And during his election […]

Greece: Tinos pilgrimage overshadowed by virus

Greek Orthodox pilgrims have been arriving on the Aegean island of Tinos ahead of an August 15 religious holiday. The annual visit to the island’s renowned Church of the Panagia of Tinos – which houses an icon believed to perform miracles – usually attracts thousands of pilgrims marking the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. The […]

Aryan Narrations: Kristallnacht – The False Flag Pogrom

Radio Aryan March 05, 2016 These narrations are taken from a paper offered by Ingrid Weckert to the Sixth International Revisionist Conference and contain the author’s own intensive research on the great anti-German spectacle of crystal night. The night in question was one of the worst things to happen to the National Socialist government, yet […]

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