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domenica 20 agosto 2017

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said the top foreign policy priority for his new government was to protect the nuclear deal from being torn up by the United States..

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said the top foreign policy priority for his new government was to protect the nuclear deal from being torn up by the United States.
"The most important job of our foreign minister is first to stand behind the JCPOA and not to allow the US and other enemies to succeed," Rouhani told parliament on Sunday, using the technical name for the 2015 agreement that eased sanctions in exchange for curbs to Iran's nuclear programme.
"Standing up for the JCPOA means standing up to Iran's enemies," he said on the last day of debates over his cabinet selections.
Rouhani indicated a week ago that Iran was ready to walk out on the nuclear deal if the US continued to apply new sanctions.
US President Donald Trump repeatedly threatened to tear up the deal during his election campaign, and it has come under mounting pressure after Tehran carried out missile tests and Washington imposed new sanctions - with each accusing the other of violating the spirit of the agreement.
But Rouhani has insisted it remains Iran's preferred way forward, not least to help rebuild the struggling economy and create jobs.
"The second responsibility of the foreign ministry ... is to get involved in economic activities. It should help attract foreign investment and technology," Rouhani said, adding Iran needed $200bn in investments for the oil and gas sector alone.
Parliament approved 16 of his 17 cabinet picks, rejecting his suggested minister of energy, a reformist named Habibollah Bitaraf.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, the charismatic face of Iran's nuclear negotiations, retained his position.
So did Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh who recently struck a billion-dollar deal with French giant Total.
Rouhani, a political moderate, worked hard behind the scenes to secure support for his choices, including from the supreme leader and the military.
He began his second term earlier this month after winning a resounding victory over a hardline challenger in May, vowing to continue his outreach to the world and improve civil liberties at home.
But he has angered reformists by again failing to appoint a single woman minister, and looks no closer to securing the release of jailed opposition leaders - one of whom, Mehdi Karroubi, briefly went on hunger strike last week to demand a trial after six years under house arrest.
Rouhani has yet to appoint a minister of science, research and technology, which conservatives consider to be a sensitive post.

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US comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory - who broke racial barriers in the 1960s and used his fame to counter racism and protested wars in Vietnam and the Middle East - has died aged 84. Gregory died at a hospital in Washington DC late on Saturday after being hospitalised for a week following a bacterial infection, his family said on social media.

Dick Gregory campaigned against the Vietnam War and his protests often involved lengthy hunger strikes [Rebecca Cook/Reuters]
US comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory - who broke racial barriers in the 1960s and used his fame to counter racism and protested wars in Vietnam and the Middle East - has died aged 84.
Gregory died at a hospital in Washington DC late on Saturday after being hospitalised for a week following a bacterial infection, his family said on social media.
One of the first black stand-up comedians to find success with white audiences, Gregory rose from an impoverished childhood in St Louis to become a celebrated satirist who deftly commented on racial divisions at the dawn of the US civil rights movement.
His comedic style would pave the way for, and heavily influence, comedy greats such as Bill Cosby, Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock and Dave Chapelle.
A close friend of Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X, and Muhammad Ali, Gregory was in the vanguard of the struggle for racial equality in the 1960s and championed integration.
An admirer of Gandhi, he embraced non-violence and in 1967 fasted for 22 days in opposition to the war in Vietnam.
He would later hold long fasts and would go without solid food for weeks to draw attention to a wide range of causes, including Middle East peace, police brutality, the Equal Rights Amendment for women, and animal rights - actions that would hurt his comedy career.
Commenting on his opposition to the political establishment, Richard Pryor said in a 2004 interview with the Independent newspaper: "Dick Gregory was the greatest, and he was the first. Somebody had to break down that door."
Gregory would later begin to preach about the transformative powers of prayer and good health and helped John Lennon withdraw from opiates and alcohol use.
In the late 1980s he developed and distributed products for the popular Slim-Safe Bahamian Diet and when diagnosed with lymphoma in 2000, he fought it with herbs, exercise and vitamins. The disease went into remission a few years later.
Tributes poured in on social media on Sunday with politicians, comics, and activists praising the iconic performer's civil rights efforts. 
Democratic Senator Cory Booker tweeted: "Dick Gregory's unflinching honesty and courage, inspired us to fight, live, laugh and love despite it all. #RestinPower."
"He provoked us to think and to change," wrote the King Center.

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He provoked us to think and to change. And he made us laugh, too. Rest, our dear elder, .
Civil rights activist Jesse Jackson said: "He taught us how to laugh. He taught us how to fight. He taught us how to live. Dick Gregory was committed to justice. I miss him already."
He taught us how to laugh. He taught us how to fight.He taught us how to live.Dick Gregory was committed to justice.I miss him already.  pic.twitter.com/3CfpM2O17D
Dean Obeidallah, an American comedian of Palestinian descent, wrote: "RIP dick Gregory. A comedian who inspired me and other comedians to use our platform to fight the power.
RIP dick Gregory. A comedian who inspired me and other comedians to use our platform to fight the power
Meanwhile, civil rights activist and academic Maya Wiley used a Gregory quote mocking racists and white supremacists following the introduction of a stamp commemorating the life of Martin Luther King Jr. 
"I am really enjoying the new MLK Jr stamp - just think about all those white bigots, licking the backside of a black man," wrote Wiley.
"I am really enjoying the new MLK Jr stamp - just think abt all those white bigots, licking the backside of a black man.-Dick Gregory 

The wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe returned home from South Africa on Sunday despite calls that she be prosecuted for allegedly assaulting a young model at a luxury hotel in Johannesburg.

A legal representative warned Grace Mugabe could face difficulty re-entering South Africa [Philimon Bulawayo/Reuters]
The wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe returned home from South Africa on Sunday despite calls that she be prosecuted for allegedly assaulting a young model at a luxury hotel in Johannesburg.
A report by Zimbabwean state broadcaster ZBC showed Grace Mugabe greeting government and military officials at the Harare airport after returning on an Air Zimbabwe flight with her husband, who had attended a summit of southern African leaders in Pretoria.
South African police had placed border posts on "red alert" to prevent her from leaving the country, but the international relations minister granted her diplomatic immunity.
"I hereby recognise the immunities and privileges of the First Lady of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Dr Grace Mugabe," said the minister, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, in a notice published in South Africa's Government Gazette on Sunday but signed on Saturday.
The South African government had said on Saturday it was deciding whether to grant diplomatic immunity to Grace Mugabe at the request of the Zimbabwean government. 
Gabriella Engels, a 20-year-old model, said Zimbabwe's first lady attacked her on August 13, whipping her with an extension cord that cut her forehead.
A group representing Engels said they will go to court to challenge the South African government.
"We will take a long-term approach on this," said Willie Spies, a legal representative at AfriForum, an organisation that primarily represents South Africa's white Afrikaner minority.
"She may be back in Zimbabwe, but it may mean that she will find it very difficult to come back to South Africa in the future," Spies said.
Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa, reporting from Johannesburg, said the news came as a "shock and surprise" for those "hoping that Engels will get some kind of justice".
"Lawyers representing Engels said they were planning to take the matter to court and to try to challenge the decision, which could take weeks and even months," Mutasa added.
Political analyst Ayesha Kajee said if the first lady was arrested, political fallout between the two countries could ensue.
"Those countries that have traditionally been supportive of Zimbabwe would lambast South Africa for arresting Mrs Mugabe and prosecuting her," Kajee told Al Jazeera.
The Zimbabwean president's outspoken wife has been criticised for a fiery temper and lavish shopping expeditions, but her rising political profile has some asking whether she is manoeuvring to succeed her husband.
She recently said Zimbabwe's ruling party should restore a provision in its constitution stating one of the party's vice presidents should be a woman, and has publicly challenged her 93-year-old husband to name a successor.
President Mugabe is expected to preside at a state funeral for a former minister in Harare on Sunday. It was unclear whether his wife will attend.

da "aljazeera.com"

German police arrested 35 neo-Nazis in Berlin as they gathered to commemorate the death of high-ranking Nazi official Rudolf Hess. Officers detained a total of 39 people on Saturday - four of them counterprotesters. ..

The far-right marchers were met by anti-Nazi protesters [Omer Messinger/Getty Images]
The far-right marchers were met by anti-Nazi protesters [Omer Messinger/Getty Images]
German police arrested 35 neo-Nazis in Berlin as they gathered to commemorate the death of high-ranking Nazi official Rudolf Hess.
Officers detained a total of 39 people on Saturday - four of them counterprotesters. 
More than 500 neo-Nazis had attempted to march to the site of the former prison in Berlin's western district of Spandau where Hess died on August 17, 1987, but were blocked by left-wing groups and local residents.
Neo-Nazi protesters were frisked and funneled through tents where police checked them for weapons, forbidden flags and tattoos showing symbols banned in Germany, such as the Nazi swastika.
A number of far-right protesters emerged from the tents with black tape covering their arms or legs.
Twelve far-right protesters were being investigated for displaying forbidden symbols, police said.
Jossa Berntje, a 64-year-old counterprotester from the western city of Koblenz, cited her parents' experience of living under the Nazis as her reason for coming.
"The rats are coming out of the sewers," she told the Associated Press news agency.
Counterprotesters raise a poster reading, 'Nazis, leave Spandau' [Christian Mang/Reuters]
Berntje added that she was also marching in solidarity with anti-racists in the United States after an August 12 rally in the eastern city of Charlottesville turned deadly.
Then, a white supremacist mowed down a crowd of anti-racist protesters, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injuring dozens.
Many have criticised US President Donald Trump's insistence on blaming both sides for violence in Charlottesville, essentially equating the actions of white supremacists to those countering them.
"[President Donald] Trump has made [racism] socially acceptable," Berntje said.
Hess, who received a life sentence at the Nuremberg trials for his role in planning World War II, died aged 93.
Allied authorities ruled his death a suicide, but Nazi sympathizers have long claimed he was killed and organise annual marches in his honour.
Those annual far-right marches used to take place in the Bavarian town of Wunsiedel, where Hess was buried until authorities removed his remains.

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North Korea has warned the United States will be "pouring gasoline on fire" by conducting annual war games with the South amid heightened tensions between Pyongyang and Washington. The Ulchi Freedom Guardian military exercises involving thousands of American and South Korean troops are to begin on Monday. North Korea views the drills as a highly provocative rehearsal for an invasion.....

South Koreans gathered in front of the US embassy to protest against the US-South Korean joint military drills [AFP]
North Korea has warned the United States will be "pouring gasoline on fire" by conducting annual war games with the South amid heightened tensions between Pyongyang and Washington.
The Ulchi Freedom Guardian military exercises involving thousands of American and South Korean troops are to begin on Monday. North Korea views the drills as a highly provocative rehearsal for an invasion.
Combative rhetoric between the nations has spiked after Pyongyang tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) in July that appeared to bring much of the US within range, sparking an intense warning by President Donald Trump that Washington could rain "fire and fury" on the North.
Pyongyang then threatened to fire a salvo of missiles towards the US territory of Guam - a plan that leader Kim Jong-un last week delayed, but warned could go ahead depending on Washington's next move.
"The joint exercise is the most explicit expression of hostility against us, and no one can guarantee that the exercise won't evolve into actual fighting," said an editorial carried by the North's official Rodong Sinmun newspaper.
"The Ulchi Freedom Guardian joint military exercises will be like pouring gasoline on fire and worsen the state of the peninsula," the paper said.
Warning of an "uncontrollable phase of a nuclear war" on the peninsula, it added: "If the US is lost in a fantasy that war on the peninsula is at somebody else's doorstep far away from them across the Pacific, it is far more mistaken than ever."
Seoul and Washington have said the largely computer-simulated war game, which dates back to 1976, will go ahead as planned but did not comment on whether the drills would be scaled back in an effort to ease tensions.
About 17,500 US troops will participate in this year's drills - a cutback from last year - according to numbers provided by Seoul's defence ministry.
But South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported the allies were mulling scrapping an initial plan to bring in two aircraft carriers to the peninsula to take part in the drill.
South Korea's top military officer said Sunday the current security situation on the peninsula was "more serious than at any other time" amid the North's growing nuclearand missile threats, and warned Pyongyang of merciless retaliation against any attack.
"If the enemy provokes, [our military] will retaliate resolutely and strongly to make it regret bitterly," said General Jeong Kyeong-doo, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in his inauguration speech.
Dozens of South Koreans protested against the joint drill in front of the US embassy in Seoul demanding peace on the Korean peninsula. At least four people were arrested, local media reported.

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Iraqi forces have launched a ground offensive to retake a key ISIL-held area in the northern part of the country, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said. "You either surrender, or die", Abadi said in a televised speech announcing the operation early on Sunday. ..

Iraqi forces have launched a ground offensive to retake a key ISIL-held area in the northern part of the country, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said.
"You either surrender, or die", Abadi said in a televised speech announcing the operation early on Sunday. 
He was addressing Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) fighters, who have been in control of the city since 2014. 
Tal Afar and the surrounding area are among the last pockets of ISIL-held territory in Iraq, after victory was declared in Mosul, the country's second-largest city.
Iraqi officials believe there are between 1,400 and 1,600 ISIL fighters in the Tal Afar area, including many foreign fighters, according to Iraqi Brigadier Generai Yahia Rasool who spoke through an interpreter on Saturday.
"I don't think it will be tougher than the battle of Mosul," he told reporters.
A US-led coalition is providing air support to the Iraqi troops. In recent days, it has been carrying out dozens of air strikes on Tal Afar, targeting weapons depots and command centres.
Iraq who controls what infographic
 
Tal Afar is west of Mosul and about 150km east of the Syrian border, sitting along a major road that was a key ISIL supply route.
The town had a population of about 200,000 before it fell to ISIL in 2014. The UN estimates that between 10,000 to 40,000 people are left in Tal Afar and surrounding villages. 

'Prepare yourself'

Hours before Abadi's announcement, the Iraqi air force dropped leaflets over the city, telling the population to take precautions. 
"Prepare yourself, the battle is imminent and the victory is coming," they read. 
Matthew Glanville, a military analyst who had formerly advised the Iraqi government, said ISIL has "no hope of winning this battle". 
"Their aim will be to draw out the battle as long as possible and inflict maximum casualties on the Iraqi government," he said, adding that fighters may use improvised bombs and use civilians as hostages to slow the battle. 
Retired US General Mark Kimmitt said that while retaking Tal Afar would be an "important milestone", it would not mean final days for ISIL. 
"We're not looking at the final days of ISIS, either in Iraq or in Syria, or outside of those countries," Kimmitt told Al Jazeera. "It still remains a very, very potent force, not only in the self-proclaimed caliphate, but we continue to see ISIS-inspired attacks in places such as Barcelona and elsewhere." 
Thousands of Iraqis have fled to Iraq's Kurdish region as preparations of the offensive continued.
The Norwegian Refugee Council said on Saturday that refugees near the northern city of Tal Afar were faced with harsh conditions, and were stopped by authorities in east of Mosul and Kurdish areas as they tried to flee the fighting.
"It's very hard for them to move through," Melany Markham, a spokesman of the humanitarian group, told Al Jazeera, adding that one transit site was already at full capacity, and could not take more refugees.
She said that temperatures in the height of summer of between 45 and 50 degrees Celcius make journeys even more challenging.
Markham said that while their transit site in Hammam al-Alil is full, other camps such as in Khazar, west of the Kurdish city of Erbil, could accommodate up to 40,000 refugees.
An estimated 50,000 people have fled the areas surrounding Tal Afar since April, and at least 50,000 more could flee in the coming days and weeks, according to aid groups. 
That number is in addition to the estimated one million refugees who have fled Mosul.

da "aljazeera.com"

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said his army has foiled Western attempts to overthrow his government thanks to assistance from allies including Russia, Iran, and Lebanon's Hezbollah movement.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad


Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said his army has foiled Western attempts to overthrow his government thanks to assistance from allies including Russia, Iran, and Lebanon's Hezbollah movement.

"Their direct support -- politically, economically, and militarily -- has made possible bigger advances on the battlefield and reduced the losses and burdens of war," Assad said during a televised address on August 20.

He stressed, however, that "the battle continues" and that it was too early to speak of victory in the country's 6 1/2-year-old civil war.

Assad said there will be no restoration of diplomatic ties or other forms of cooperation with countries that support "terrorists" in Syria. The United States and most European countries shut their Damascus embassies following a government crackdown on protesters in 2011.

Assad also expressed support for a series of Moscow-brokered cease-fires, saying Damascus has "an interest in the success of this initiative."

At the same time, he criticized U.S. proposals for "safe zones," which U.S. President Donald Trump earlier this year hoped to develop in a joint initiative with Moscow.

Such zones, Assad said, would only "give cover to terrorists."
Based on reporting by Reuters, AP, and AFP

Trentotto anni lei e 46 lui, residenti ad Asola, e mano nella mano da sei anni. Silvia Savoldi, casalinga, e Roberto Belli, il compagno, «operaio a chiamata». Poco importa se lo stipendio arriva a mesi alterni, perché a loro, per vivere, bastano poco più di due euro al giorno. Il segreto? «Arrangiarsi». Il loro fai-da-te è una passione che costa 15 euro alla settimana. Non un centesimo di più, a volte addirittura di meno. Silvia e Roberto raccontano al Corriere della Sera lo stile di vita che hanno adottato qualche anno fa e che, adesso, si impegnano a trasmettere a tante famiglie........

«Per produrre tre, quattro litri di detersivo bastano venti centesimi di sapone di Marsiglia. Con un euro di soia, invece, ci sono latte e formaggi vegetali per un mese. E poi ci sono l’orto di casa e gli alberi da frutto, che oltre a fornire frutta e verdura consentono di preparare deliziose tisane alle erbe aromatiche». Trentotto anni lei e 46 lui, residenti ad Asola, e mano nella mano da sei anni. Silvia Savoldi, casalinga, e Roberto Belli, il compagno, «operaio a chiamata». Poco importa se lo stipendio arriva a mesi alterni, perché a loro, per vivere, bastano poco più di due euro al giorno. Il segreto? «Arrangiarsi». Il loro fai-da-te è una passione che costa 15 euro alla settimana. Non un centesimo di più, a volte addirittura di meno. Silvia e Roberto raccontano al Corriere della Sera lo stile di vita che hanno adottato qualche anno fa e che, adesso, si impegnano a trasmettere a tante famiglie.
A casa Belli, in un piccolo paese del Mantovano, si vive con la tecnica dell’autoproduzione e del baratto, «passioni che ho sempre avuto, sin da quando ero giovane - racconta Silvia-. Quando sono diventata casalinga mi sono dedicata a scoprire nuove tecniche e a sperimentare nuovi prodotti che, con un po’ di impegno e dedizione, si possono ricavare senza troppi sforzi». Silvia è sorda, scrive libri, è un’artista a tutto tondo, non solo con penna e colori alla mano, ma anche con i prodotti che a pranzo e a cena finiscono sulla sua tavola. «Dipende tutto dalla propria fantasia e dalla creatività — continua Savoldi —, con pochi ingredienti si possono preparare grandi piatti». E se ci fossero figli da mantenere? «Il discorso non cambierebbe - rispondono con convinzione -. Cambierebbero le proporzioni, certo, ma con l’autoproduzione una famiglia può sopravvivere senza problemi». 
Nel loro stile di vita basato sull’autoproduzione non esistono segreti. «Per ottenere le bevande vegetali — racconta Belli — si spende davvero poco: servono 20/30 centesimi per 3 litri, 50 centesimi per 16 litri di detersivo per lavatrice. Con 10 centesimi otteniamo uno sgrassatore in crema o liquido, per soli 1,30 euro abbiamo un sapone da barba che dura tra i 12 e i 18 mesi. Il prezzo per un dentifricio fatto con l’argilla bianca si aggira attorno ai 40 centesimi, oltre mezzo litro di collutorio ci costa invece 1 euro e mezzo. Con 5 euro è possibile ottenere oltre un chilo di saponette a base di olio di oliva, con gli scarti dell’estrattore si fanno puree con cui creare piatti gustosi, oppure si essiccano per farne farine. Gli scarti delle verdure (foglie di sedano, gambo del prezzemolo e buccia di carote) vengono utilizzati per produrre un buon dado vegetale». Neppure la cenere si butta, «perché la si può trasformare in un ottimo pulitore per sanitari e per le padelle in acciaio». 
Roberto e Silvia si reputano «amici dell’ambiente». Carne e latticini, infatti, a casa loro non sono i benvenuti. Il motivo è presto detto: «Oltre al lato del risparmio c’è anche quello dell’amore e della salvaguardia dell’ecosistema». E persino la farina viene prodotta in casa. Come? «Con ortaggi essiccati nel forno». Si compra il minimo indispensabile, perché ogni prodotto è finalizzato a essere investito come materia prima nella produzione di nuovi alimenti. A casa di Silvia si spazia dalle bevande vegetali ai centrifugati, dai biscotti alle brioches, senza dimenticare formaggi (rigorosamente vegani), pasta fatta in casa e speciali vellutate.
Un anno di sopravvivenza, a Silvia e Roberto, costa 180 euro. «Qualcuno - commentano loro ridendo - ci ha fatto notare che in questo modo rinunciamo alla bontà della pizza del ristorante. Ma noi abbiamo pensato anche a questo. Anzi, con le nostre farine e con il forno che abbiamo costruito con materiali di recupero la pizza integrale è diventata il nostro forte. Per la farcitura usiamo la passata fatta con pomodori e verdure del nostro orto e la “mozzarella” vegana fatta in casa». E le bollette? A casa dei due mantovani non si guarda la tv, non c’è. Il canone è un perfetto sconosciuto. «Le utenze — racconta Roberto — sono poco costose. Perché con i pannelli solari che abbiamo fatto installare sul tetto utilizziamo solo energia rinnovabile».
Silvia ha aperto un blog  per trasmettere alle famiglie la sua speciale arte dell’autoproduzione. Si chiama Il cucchiaio fatato. Lo sfondo di ogni ricetta è verde. Del resto, per essere davvero vicini all’ambiente, non poteva che essere così.


di Enrico Galletti per "corrieredellasera.it"

RAPINA AL FAMOSO LOCALE "TWIGA" IN VERSILIA..... I rapinatori hanno colpito all’alba dopo aver atteso, probabilmente per ore, che anche gli ultimi clienti del Twiga, il locale versiliese di Flavio Briatore e Daniela Santanché, fossero usciti. E poco dopo le 6 due banditi a volto scoperto e armati di pistola hanno rapinato la cassa portando via 20 mila euro, l’incasso della serata.

I rapinatori hanno colpito all’alba dopo aver atteso, probabilmente per ore, che
anche gli ultimi clienti del Twiga, il locale versiliese di Flavio Briatore e Daniela Santanché, fossero usciti. E poco dopo le 6 due banditi a volto scoperto e armati di pistola hanno rapinato la cassa portando via 20 mila euro, l’incasso della serata. Al momento della rapina nella discoteca e stabilimento balneare, frequentatissimo da personaggi dello spettacolo e della politica, c’erano alcuni dipendenti che stavano pulendo i locali. 
Pistola alla testa
Gli investigatori hanno raccontato che è stata un’azione fulminea, da professionisti. Uno dei rapinatori, armato di pistola e che indossava un paio di occhiali da sole, si è avvicinato a uno dei dipendenti e, dopo avergli puntato la pistola alla testa, si è fatto aprire la cassa. Il tempo di prendere il denaro e poi la fuga con l’altro complice verso la strada dove un terzo complice li stava aspettando in auto. 
La reazione dei dipendenti
Mario Cambiaggio, gestore del locale , ha raccontato che alcuni ragazzi dello staff hanno cercato di inseguire i banditi, ma quando si sono avvicinati e stavano per catturarli, un bandito si è fermato e gli ha puntato la pistola contro. Poi sono saliti s una Matiz, che poi è risultata rubata. Gli agenti del commissariato di Forte dei Marmi stanno raccogliendo informazioni e soprattutto analizzando i filmati delle molte videocamere di sorveglianza


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L'epilogo peggiore, la fine di ogni speranza: il piccolo Julian Cadman, il bimbo australiano di 7 anni disperso durante l'attentato alla Rambla, è morto. Lanciata dai media britannici, che citano i familiari del bambino, la notizia è confermata delle autorità catalane, precisamente dalla Protezione civile.


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L'epilogo peggiore, la fine di ogni speranza: il piccolo Julian Cadman, il bimbo australiano di 7 anni disperso durante l'attentato alla Rambla, è morto. Lanciata dai media britannici, che citano i familiari del bambino, la notizia è confermata delle autorità catalane, precisamente dalla Protezione civile.

Ieri sui mezzi d'informazione spagnoli era circolata la notiziache il bambino fosse stato ritrovato vivo tra i feriti ricoverati in ospedale. Le sue condizioni di salute non erano state rivelate. A questo punto non è chiaro se il bimbo fosse effettivamente vivo e sia morto per le ferite riportate nell'attacco terroristico, o se le notizie diffuse ieri fossero infondate. Secondo alcuni siti britannici, il piccolo Julian sarebbe il protagonista di alcune delle drammatiche foto scattate subito dopo l'attentato, che mostrano un corpicino senza vita sul selciato della rambla.

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Julian, doppia nazionalità, britannica e australiana, era a Barcellona con la mamma, di origini filippine, per partecipare a un matrimonio. Stavano passeggiando sulla Rambla quando il van usato da un terrorista si è scagliato contro la gente e lo ha "separato dalla sua mamma". La donna, rimasta gravemente ferita, ora è in condizioni stabili. Di Julian, invece, si erano perse le tracce. Era stato il nonno, Tony Cadman, a postare su Facebook una foto del bimbo chiedendo informazioni su di lui nelle ore successive

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alla strage sulla Rambla. Il padre, Andrew Cadman, era subito partito per la città catalana per cercarlo. Il viso sorridente di Julian aveva invaso i social network dopo la richiesta dei familiari di ritwittare e condividere il più possibile l'immagine per consentire di trovarlo.
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