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NOTICIAS VERDADERAS: AMIA: ANALIZAN NUEVAS HERRAMIENTAS DE INVESTIGACIÓ...

NOTICIAS VERDADERAS: AMIA: ANALIZAN NUEVAS HERRAMIENTAS DE INVESTIGACIÓ...

In 1984, Josef Fritzel locked his daughter Elisabeth, 18, into the secret cellar he had built in the basement. Family was told she ran away. He kept Elisabeth hidden for 24 years, during which she gave birth to 7 children, one died at 3 days old. 3 of the children were raised by her parents, Josef claiming Elisabeth dropped them on the doorstep. Josef confessed to his crimes when one of the cellar children, age 19,  had to be hospitalized. He was found guilty and given a life sentence.

In 1984, Josef Fritzel locked his daughter Elisabeth, 18, into the secret cellar he had built in the basement. Family was told she ran away. He kept Elisabeth hidden for 24 years, during which she gave birth to 7 children, one died at 3 days old. 3 of the children were raised by her parents, Josef claiming Elisabeth dropped them on the doorstep. Josef confessed to his crimes when one of the cellar children, age 19, had to be hospitalized. He was found guilty and given a life sentence.

November 9-10, 1938: Kristallnacht, also known as The Night of Broken Glass. German soldiers and other citizens attacked Jewish homes, shops, synagogues, and other property throughout Germany and parts of Austria. The attacks were triggered by the assassination of German diplomat Ernst vom Rath by a German-born Polish Jew. Photograph shows the burning of a synagogue in Baden-Baden.  Source: Jewish Virtual Library

November 9-10, 1938: Kristallnacht, also known as The Night of Broken Glass. German soldiers and other citizens attacked Jewish homes, shops, synagogues, and other property throughout Germany and parts of Austria. The attacks were triggered by the assassination of German diplomat Ernst vom Rath by a German-born Polish Jew. Photograph shows the burning of a synagogue in Baden-Baden. Source: Jewish Virtual Library

Aquí está la historia: Los niños muertos atados a un árbol, pueblo de Kobzowa (powiat de Tarnopol), 1923. Cuatro niños gitanos muertos atados a árboles por su madre enferma mental después de que su marido fue detenido y su grupo de Roma se disolvió. El asesinato tuvo lugar en la noche del 11 de / 12 Diciembre 1923.

Aquí está la historia: Los niños muertos atados a un árbol, pueblo de Kobzowa (powiat de Tarnopol), 1923. Cuatro niños gitanos muertos atados a árboles por su madre enferma mental después de que su marido fue detenido y su grupo de Roma se disolvió. El asesinato tuvo lugar en la noche del 11 de / 12 Diciembre 1923.

10 Slave Codes That Were Designed to Oppress and Humiliate Blacks. Enslaved Blacks and Africans did not readily accept slavery. There were many uprisings where white settlers were slain or injured, in the South and North. Plantation owners were fearful for their lives from a violent rebellion, so much so that they came together to create what they called “slave codes,” a succession of laws (some differed …

10 Slave Codes That Were Designed to Oppress and Humiliate Blacks. Enslaved Blacks and Africans did not readily accept slavery. There were many uprisings where white settlers were slain or injured, in the South and North. Plantation owners were fearful for their lives from a violent rebellion, so much so that they came together to create what they called “slave codes,” a succession of laws (some differed …

Won the Nobel Peace prize in 1992, fought to bring awareness of the genocide in Guatemala, and helped Guatemalans (especially indigenous Mayans) to defend themselves. Was appointed Goodwill Ambassador of UNESCO and founded the Rigoberta Menchú Tum foundation which helped bring exiled Guatemalans back. :  Rigoberta Menchú Tum

Won the Nobel Peace prize in 1992, fought to bring awareness of the genocide in Guatemala, and helped Guatemalans (especially indigenous Mayans) to defend themselves. Was appointed Goodwill Ambassador of UNESCO and founded the Rigoberta Menchú Tum foundation which helped bring exiled Guatemalans back. : Rigoberta Menchú Tum

Robert Capa, Berlín en agosto de 1945. Scharzmarkt en las ruinas de Berlín.

Robert Capa, Berlín en agosto de 1945. Scharzmarkt en las ruinas de Berlín.

Turkmenistan spent 69 years under the Soviet Union which has left its effects on the government. Though the country declared independence in 1991, the totalitarian rule of the Soviets led to a totalitarian control by the government of Turkmenistan. The people suffer intense human rights violations and face severe restrictions whenever they try leaving the country. It has the world’s third worst freedom of the press, and is the tenth most censored country in the world.

Turkmenistan spent 69 years under the Soviet Union which has left its effects on the government. Though the country declared independence in 1991, the totalitarian rule of the Soviets led to a totalitarian control by the government of Turkmenistan. The people suffer intense human rights violations and face severe restrictions whenever they try leaving the country. It has the world’s third worst freedom of the press, and is the tenth most censored country in the world.

Un nazi ejecutando con frialdad a un prisionero, mientras otros dos contemplan distraídos la escena, probablemente porque ya están acostumbrados a ellas ¿Les resultaría aburrido?

Un nazi ejecutando con frialdad a un prisionero, mientras otros dos contemplan distraídos la escena, probablemente porque ya están acostumbrados a ellas ¿Les resultaría aburrido?

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