The Guardian - World news
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Software firm founder Hasso Plattner launches his Barberini Museum, west of Berlin, with Impressionism show A German software billionaire is opening a new art museum in the former imperial city of Potsdam on Friday, having reconstructed an 18th-century palace, destroyed in the second world war, to house the works. Hasso Plattner , a co-founder of the multinational software company SAP, described the Barberini Museum as his gift to the city and “one of the most important things” he had done in his life. The privately funded gallery occupies three floors of the building, which is in the heart of Potsdam, south-west of Berlin. Continue reading...
South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
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BBC News 24
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Well, you call it an imperial delusion. Vladimir Putin would say to you, getting back Crimea, which is ours, and historically was always ours, and means so much to the people in this country, that's not a delusion, that is something that he has delivered for the Russian people. and, yes, Putin has a very aggressive behaviour towards everyone in this world now but it's just because he doesn't have an ability to solve problems inside of Russia.
BBC News 24
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Vladimir Putin to your people in Russia looks like the strong leader reviving Russian power that so many Russian people want. Vladimir Putin just tried to distract Russian people from their real problems, like inequality and poverty. We have 23 million Russian citizens living below the line of poverty and he's distracting them from this problem with his imperial delusion about making Russia great again, and all this stuff.
The Sun Daily
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BBC News 24
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Well, you call it an imperial delusion. Vladimir Putin would say to you, getting back Crimea, which is ours, and historically was always ours, and means so much to the people in this country, that's not a delusion, that is something that he has delivered for the Russian people.
BBC News 24
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We have 23 million Russian citizens living below the line of poverty and he's distracting them from this problem with his imperial delusion about making Russia great again, and all this stuff.
BBC News 24
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Well, you call it an imperial delusion. Vladimir Putin would say to you, getting back Crimea, which is ours, and historically was always ours, and means so much to the people in this country, that's not a delusion, that is something that he has delivered for the Russian people.
BBC News 24
17 hours
Vladimir Putin to your people in Russia looks like the strong leader reviving Russian power that so many Russian people want. Vladimir Putin just tried to distract Russian people from their real problems, like inequality and poverty. We have 23 million Russian citizens living below the line of poverty and he's distracting them from this problem with his imperial delusion about making Russia great again, and all this stuff.
Sky News
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As part of the evidence we found out TUI use the business wide standards to make sure the hotel complied with health and safety across all their resorts and hotels they use. But although they thought the hotel in particular that was attacked, the Riu Imperial Marhaba, complied with those checklists, it was found there were serious misgivings. Particularly after what happened in Bardot, just a few months before the attack, it was discovered no extra security was added to that hotel.
BBC Parliament
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In such circumstances, Britain does have to step up to the mark. We all know the old pottery barn rule, you break it, with well then you have to fibgts. Thanks to -- you have to fibgts. Thanks to imperial history there are plenty of broken pots across the world. It is not acceptable for the British Government to wash their hands, something I believe they're doing.
Sky News
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Were also shown that CCTV must be prolific around the hotel, as many cameras as possible, and there should be a control room where those live feed with a guard watching 24 hours a day. We now know of course from evidence that there were only seven cameras at the Imperial Hotel where the attack to replace. Only six worked and there were no live feeds being watched.
The Week
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The main draw, however, will be the re-enactments that take place on 1 and 2 July. The largest of their kind in the UK, these events will see 30 "Roman cavalrymen" perform the training exercises used by Hadrian himself almost 2,000 years ago. "Organisers hope to challenge the assumption that foot soldiers dominated the frontier garrisons and to demonstrate the key role played by the cavalry in projecting the power of Imperial Rome," says The Guardian . Hadrians Wall Scotland The Romans Hadrian
Den of Geek
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BBC News 24
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I do believe in what I'm doing and I do believe that my alternative is better for Russia and I'm absolutely sure that we will succeed and I believe in victory. We have a tough time right now with this imperial delusion, yes, but political trends are changing.
BBC News 24
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You call it an imperial delusion. Vladimir Putin would say to you, getting back Crimea, which is ours and historically was always ours and means so much to the people in this country, that's not a delusion, that's something that he has delivered for the Russian people.
BBC News 24
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Obviously I'm thinking in particular of events in Ukraine but also what we see in Syria today. Vladimir Putin, to your people in Russia, looks like the strong leader revising Russian power that so many Russian people want. Vladimir Putin just tried to distract Russian people from their real problems like inequality and poverty. You have 23 million Russian citizens living below the poverty line and he has distracted them from this problem with his imperial delusion about making Russia great again and all this stuff.
The Huffington Post
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BBC News 24
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We also heard a comparison between the Imperial Hotel and the kind of CCTV protection of hotels had. They said that some hotels have more 40 cameras. In terms of who is appearing today on the witness stand, we had two managers from the holiday company responsible for booking holidays for those who were killed.
BBC News 24
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Nikki Fox, BBC News. An inquest into the deaths of 30 British people who were killed in a terror attack on a beach in Tunisia has been ruling on security. What else to the courtier. There has been some very shocking details of the total lack of security at the hotel which was attacked. The Imperial Hotel near Sousse.
Max Keizer
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k.a. the Imperial Project). There are also elements within the Deep State that view Wall Street's dominance as a threat to America's security and global interests. (This is not to say that American-based banks and corporations aren't essential parts of the Imperial Project; it's more about the question of who is controlling whom .) So let's dig in by noting that the warmongers in the Deep State are civilians, not military . It's popular among so-called Liberals (the vast majority of whom did not serve nor do they have offspring in uniformthat's fallen to the disenfranchised and the working class) to see the military as a permanent source of warmongering. (It's remarkably easy to send other people's children off to war, while your own little darlings have cush jobs in Wall Street, foundations, think tanks, academia, government agencies, etc.
Washingtons Blog
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k.a. the Imperial Project). There are also elements within the Deep State that view Wall Street's dominance as a threat to America's security and global interests. (This is not to say that American-based banks and corporations aren't essential parts of the Imperial Project; it's more about the question of who is controlling whom .) So let's dig in by noting that the warmongers in the Deep State are civilians, not military . It's popular among so-called Liberals (the vast majority of whom did not serve nor do they have offspring in uniformthat's fallen to the disenfranchised and the working class) to see the military as a permanent source of warmongering. (It's remarkably easy to send other people's children off to war, while your own little darlings have cush jobs in Wall Street, foundations, think tanks, academia, government agencies, etc.
Finance Magnates
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