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Lori Loughlin Feels 'Pressure' to Plead Guilty to Spare Daughters From Potential Charges: Source

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media thumbnail Lori Loughlin  and her husband Mossimo Giannulli  continue to deal with the legal fallout for their alleged involvement in the college admissions scandal — and the couple is willing to protect their daughters at all costs. Last week, numerous outlets reported that one of the couple’s daughters — either Olivia Jade, 19, or Isabella Rose, 20 — was under criminal investigation in the case. Also last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that several students had received “target letters” from federal investigators who believed they might have been complicit in their parents’ alleged acts. A source close to Loughlin confirms the couple “has every reason to believe” their daughters could be targets of prosecution — and they are taking their daughters’ well-being into account as they proceed in the case. “Lori will not do anything to put her daughters in harm’s way,” the source tells PEOPLE. “She is like a mama bear when it comes to the girls, and she will do whatever she has to do to protect them from prosecution, especially malicious prosecution. Her top priority in all of this is to protect her daughters.” “The prosecution could easily charge the daughters in an attempt to get them to plead guilty,” the source says. “But investigators have not disclosed any information that they may or may not have that would implicate either one of the daughters.” On March 12, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts announced it had charged 50 people, including Loughlin, in the cheating scandal. The actress, along with coaches, admissions counselors and parents were accused of such alleged crimes as falsifying SAT scores and lying about the athletic skills of their children. Loughlin allegedly wanted her daughters to get into the University of Southern California so badly that she and Giannulli paid approximately $500,000 in bribes to falsely designate their daughters as recruits to the USC crew team — despite the fact that they did not participate in crew. • Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? Click here  to get breaking crime news, ongoing trial coverage and details of intriguing unsolved cases in the True Crime Newsletter. The complaint alleged the couple devised a plan to “present their younger daughter, falsely, as a crew coxswain for the L.A. Marina Club team, and requested that the Giannullis’s send an ‘Action Picture,’ asking a few days later for a picture on the ‘erg’ — or rowing machine, which Giannulli did a few days later.” RELATED: Why Lori Loughlin’s ‘Only Choice’ Was to Plead Not Guilty in College Admissions Scandal RELATED: Lori Loughlin Doesn’t Think She Did ‘Anything That Any Mom Wouldn’t Have Done’: Source Earlier this month, both Loughlin, 54, and Giannulli, 55, pleaded not guilty to the charges they face: mail fraud and money laundering conspiracy. If convicted, they face up to 20 years in prison for each charge. According to the source, the couple is worried that the prosecution could charge one or both of the girls in an attempt to get them to plead guilty. “They feel that they’re in the middle of a squeeze play right now,” says the source. “It’s very complex, legally. On one hand, they have pleaded not guilty to the offenses they are alleged to have committed. But on the other hand, they know that pleading guilty could put the matter behind the whole family.” “They are under an enormous amount of pressure, and the idea that the girls could be prosecuted is distressing, as you can imagine,” the source continues. “That just makes the pressure worse.” The source says Loughlin is reluctant to go to trial. “It’s not in their best interest for this to go to trial, and Lori knows it,” the source told PEOPLE Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks

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'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks Religious and world leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed almost 300 people on Sunday, including dozens of foreigners - with British, Dutch and American citizens among them. Images of the carnage features on front pages around the world amid horror at what was frequently called the  "Easter massacre".  Here is a round-up of how the world reacted. Sri Lanka The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called on Sri Lanka's government to "mercilessly" punish those responsible "because only animals can behave like that." While there have been attacks on Christians, their community had been left relatively unscathed until now. Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror newspaper Two Muslim groups in Sri Lanka also condemned the church attacks. The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka said it mourned the loss of innocent people in the blasts by extremists who seek to divide religious and ethnic groups. The All Ceylon Jammiyyathul Ulama a body of Muslim clerics, said targeting Christian places of worship cannot be accepted. Sri Lanka's Daily Lankadeepa Rucki Fernando, a Christian Sri Lankan, told AFP: "We haven't experienced anything like this in the last 10 years." "There is a lot of fear, not just in the Christian community, but among everyone," he added. Sri Lanka's Minister of Economic Reforms, Harsha de Silva, described "horrible scenes" at St Anthony's church. "I saw many body parts strewn all over," he tweeted. Sri Lanka’s black Sunday. As a taxi driver told me this morning, ‘no one can understand why Sri Lanka’. pic.twitter.com/cFhEJkWq2D— Siobhan Heanue (@siobhanheanue) April 22, 2019 Catholic Church Pope Francis denounced the "cruel violence" of the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka and is praying for all those who are suffering from the bloodshed. The Pope added an appeal at the end of his traditional Easter Sunday blessing to address the massacre which killed more than 130 people. pic gallery Speaking from the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica, the Pope said: "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence." He added: "I entrust to the Lord all those who were tragically killed and pray for the injured and all those who are suffering as a result of this dramatic event." The Catholic Church in Jerusalem said the blasts were particularly sad as they "came while Christians celebrate Easter". "We pray for the souls of the victims and ask for speedy recovery of the injured, and ask God to inspire the terrorists to repent of their killing and intimidation," the statement said. "We also express our solidarity with Sri Lanka and all its inhabitants in their various religious and ethnic backgrounds." Britain Prime Minister Theresa May described the attacks as "truly appalling". "The acts of violence against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka are truly appalling, and my deepest sympathies go out to all of those affected at this tragic time," she tweeted. "We must stand together to make sure that no one should ever have to practise their faith in fear." The Daily Telegraph James Dauris, Britain's High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, was attending an Easter Day church service in Colombo that was cut short by the attacks. He visited UK nationals in hospital in the capital and called the attacks "evil". Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary, said: "I'm deeply shocked and saddened by the horrifying attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka today, and the tragic news of more than 200 people killed, including several British nationals. "To target those gathered for the simple act of worship on Easter Sunday is unspeakably wicked. The Guardian "Everyone has a right to practise their faith in peace, safety and security but tragedies like this, and the one in Christchurch, remind us that there are some who hate these rights and freedoms. "These despicable acts were carried out at a time when millions of Christians celebrate Easter while living under the shadow of persecution. Many gather in churches at risk of attack; countless more will have suffered threats or discrimination. "The UK stands in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world and with the government and people of Sri Lanka. My prayers are with all the victims and their families." The Independent Mr Hunt said there was "lots of speculation at the moment but there is no hard knowledge" about the perpetrators of the atrocity and "we obviously need to wait for the police in Sri Lanka to Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks

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'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks Religious and world leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed almost 300 people on Sunday, including dozens of foreigners - with British, Dutch and American citizens among them. Images of the carnage features on front pages around the world amid horror at what was frequently called the  "Easter massacre".  Here is a round-up of how the world reacted. Sri Lanka The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called on Sri Lanka's government to "mercilessly" punish those responsible "because only animals can behave like that." While there have been attacks on Christians, their community had been left relatively unscathed until now. Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror newspaper Two Muslim groups in Sri Lanka also condemned the church attacks. The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka said it mourned the loss of innocent people in the blasts by extremists who seek to divide religious and ethnic groups. The All Ceylon Jammiyyathul Ulama a body of Muslim clerics, said targeting Christian places of worship cannot be accepted. Sri Lanka's Daily Lankadeepa Rucki Fernando, a Christian Sri Lankan, told AFP: "We haven't experienced anything like this in the last 10 years." "There is a lot of fear, not just in the Christian community, but among everyone," he added. Sri Lanka's Minister of Economic Reforms, Harsha de Silva, described "horrible scenes" at St Anthony's church. "I saw many body parts strewn all over," he tweeted. Sri Lanka’s black Sunday. As a taxi driver told me this morning, ‘no one can understand why Sri Lanka’. pic.twitter.com/cFhEJkWq2D— Siobhan Heanue (@siobhanheanue) April 22, 2019 Catholic Church Pope Francis denounced the "cruel violence" of the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka and is praying for all those who are suffering from the bloodshed. The Pope added an appeal at the end of his traditional Easter Sunday blessing to address the massacre which killed more than 130 people. pic gallery Speaking from the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica, the Pope said: "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence." He added: "I entrust to the Lord all those who were tragically killed and pray for the injured and all those who are suffering as a result of this dramatic event." The Catholic Church in Jerusalem said the blasts were particularly sad as they "came while Christians celebrate Easter". "We pray for the souls of the victims and ask for speedy recovery of the injured, and ask God to inspire the terrorists to repent of their killing and intimidation," the statement said. "We also express our solidarity with Sri Lanka and all its inhabitants in their various religious and ethnic backgrounds." Britain Prime Minister Theresa May described the attacks as "truly appalling". "The acts of violence against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka are truly appalling, and my deepest sympathies go out to all of those affected at this tragic time," she tweeted. "We must stand together to make sure that no one should ever have to practise their faith in fear." The Daily Telegraph James Dauris, Britain's High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, was attending an Easter Day church service in Colombo that was cut short by the attacks. He visited UK nationals in hospital in the capital and called the attacks "evil". Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary, said: "I'm deeply shocked and saddened by the horrifying attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka today, and the tragic news of more than 200 people killed, including several British nationals. "To target those gathered for the simple act of worship on Easter Sunday is unspeakably wicked. The Guardian "Everyone has a right to practise their faith in peace, safety and security but tragedies like this, and the one in Christchurch, remind us that there are some who hate these rights and freedoms. "These despicable acts were carried out at a time when millions of Christians celebrate Easter while living under the shadow of persecution. Many gather in churches at risk of attack; countless more will have suffered threats or discrimination. "The UK stands in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world and with the government and people of Sri Lanka. My prayers are with all the victims and their families." The Independent Mr Hunt said there was "lots of speculation at the moment but there is no hard knowledge" about the perpetrators of the atrocity and "we obviously need to wait for the police in Sri Lanka to Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks

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'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks Religious and world leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed almost 300 people on Sunday, including dozens of foreigners - with British, Dutch and American citizens among them. Images of the carnage features on front pages around the world amid horror at what was frequently called the  "Easter massacre".  Here is a round-up of how the world reacted. Sri Lanka The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called on Sri Lanka's government to "mercilessly" punish those responsible "because only animals can behave like that." While there have been attacks on Christians, their community had been left relatively unscathed until now. Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror newspaper Two Muslim groups in Sri Lanka also condemned the church attacks. The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka said it mourned the loss of innocent people in the blasts by extremists who seek to divide religious and ethnic groups. The All Ceylon Jammiyyathul Ulama a body of Muslim clerics, said targeting Christian places of worship cannot be accepted. Sri Lanka's Daily Lankadeepa Rucki Fernando, a Christian Sri Lankan, told AFP: "We haven't experienced anything like this in the last 10 years." "There is a lot of fear, not just in the Christian community, but among everyone," he added. Sri Lanka's Minister of Economic Reforms, Harsha de Silva, described "horrible scenes" at St Anthony's church. "I saw many body parts strewn all over," he tweeted. Sri Lanka’s black Sunday. As a taxi driver told me this morning, ‘no one can understand why Sri Lanka’. pic.twitter.com/cFhEJkWq2D— Siobhan Heanue (@siobhanheanue) April 22, 2019 Catholic Church Pope Francis denounced the "cruel violence" of the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka and is praying for all those who are suffering from the bloodshed. The Pope added an appeal at the end of his traditional Easter Sunday blessing to address the massacre which killed more than 130 people. pic gallery Speaking from the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica, the Pope said: "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence." He added: "I entrust to the Lord all those who were tragically killed and pray for the injured and all those who are suffering as a result of this dramatic event." The Catholic Church in Jerusalem said the blasts were particularly sad as they "came while Christians celebrate Easter". "We pray for the souls of the victims and ask for speedy recovery of the injured, and ask God to inspire the terrorists to repent of their killing and intimidation," the statement said. "We also express our solidarity with Sri Lanka and all its inhabitants in their various religious and ethnic backgrounds." Britain Prime Minister Theresa May described the attacks as "truly appalling". "The acts of violence against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka are truly appalling, and my deepest sympathies go out to all of those affected at this tragic time," she tweeted. "We must stand together to make sure that no one should ever have to practise their faith in fear." The Daily Telegraph James Dauris, Britain's High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, was attending an Easter Day church service in Colombo that was cut short by the attacks. He visited UK nationals in hospital in the capital and called the attacks "evil". Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary, said: "I'm deeply shocked and saddened by the horrifying attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka today, and the tragic news of more than 200 people killed, including several British nationals. "To target those gathered for the simple act of worship on Easter Sunday is unspeakably wicked. The Guardian "Everyone has a right to practise their faith in peace, safety and security but tragedies like this, and the one in Christchurch, remind us that there are some who hate these rights and freedoms. "These despicable acts were carried out at a time when millions of Christians celebrate Easter while living under the shadow of persecution. Many gather in churches at risk of attack; countless more will have suffered threats or discrimination. "The UK stands in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world and with the government and people of Sri Lanka. My prayers are with all the victims and their families." The Independent Mr Hunt said there was "lots of speculation at the moment but there is no hard knowledge" about the perpetrators of the atrocity and "we obviously need to wait for the police in Sri Lanka to Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks

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'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks Religious and world leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed almost 300 people on Sunday, including dozens of foreigners - with British, Dutch and American citizens among them. Images of the carnage features on front pages around the world amid horror at what was frequently called the  "Easter massacre".  Here is a round-up of how the world reacted. Sri Lanka The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called on Sri Lanka's government to "mercilessly" punish those responsible "because only animals can behave like that." While there have been attacks on Christians, their community had been left relatively unscathed until now. Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror newspaper Two Muslim groups in Sri Lanka also condemned the church attacks. The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka said it mourned the loss of innocent people in the blasts by extremists who seek to divide religious and ethnic groups. The All Ceylon Jammiyyathul Ulama a body of Muslim clerics, said targeting Christian places of worship cannot be accepted. Sri Lanka's Daily Lankadeepa Rucki Fernando, a Christian Sri Lankan, told AFP: "We haven't experienced anything like this in the last 10 years." "There is a lot of fear, not just in the Christian community, but among everyone," he added. Sri Lanka's Minister of Economic Reforms, Harsha de Silva, described "horrible scenes" at St Anthony's church. "I saw many body parts strewn all over," he tweeted. Sri Lanka’s black Sunday. As a taxi driver told me this morning, ‘no one can understand why Sri Lanka’. pic.twitter.com/cFhEJkWq2D— Siobhan Heanue (@siobhanheanue) April 22, 2019 Catholic Church Pope Francis denounced the "cruel violence" of the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka and is praying for all those who are suffering from the bloodshed. The Pope added an appeal at the end of his traditional Easter Sunday blessing to address the massacre which killed more than 130 people. pic gallery Speaking from the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica, the Pope said: "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence." He added: "I entrust to the Lord all those who were tragically killed and pray for the injured and all those who are suffering as a result of this dramatic event." The Catholic Church in Jerusalem said the blasts were particularly sad as they "came while Christians celebrate Easter". "We pray for the souls of the victims and ask for speedy recovery of the injured, and ask God to inspire the terrorists to repent of their killing and intimidation," the statement said. "We also express our solidarity with Sri Lanka and all its inhabitants in their various religious and ethnic backgrounds." Britain Prime Minister Theresa May described the attacks as "truly appalling". "The acts of violence against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka are truly appalling, and my deepest sympathies go out to all of those affected at this tragic time," she tweeted. "We must stand together to make sure that no one should ever have to practise their faith in fear." The Daily Telegraph James Dauris, Britain's High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, was attending an Easter Day church service in Colombo that was cut short by the attacks. He visited UK nationals in hospital in the capital and called the attacks "evil". Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary, said: "I'm deeply shocked and saddened by the horrifying attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka today, and the tragic news of more than 200 people killed, including several British nationals. "To target those gathered for the simple act of worship on Easter Sunday is unspeakably wicked. The Guardian "Everyone has a right to practise their faith in peace, safety and security but tragedies like this, and the one in Christchurch, remind us that there are some who hate these rights and freedoms. "These despicable acts were carried out at a time when millions of Christians celebrate Easter while living under the shadow of persecution. Many gather in churches at risk of attack; countless more will have suffered threats or discrimination. "The UK stands in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world and with the government and people of Sri Lanka. My prayers are with all the victims and their families." The Independent Mr Hunt said there was "lots of speculation at the moment but there is no hard knowledge" about the perpetrators of the atrocity and "we obviously need to wait for the police in Sri Lanka to Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks

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'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks Religious and world leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed almost 300 people on Sunday, including dozens of foreigners - with British, Dutch and American citizens among them. Images of the carnage features on front pages around the world amid horror at what was frequently called the  "Easter massacre".  Here is a round-up of how the world reacted. Sri Lanka The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called on Sri Lanka's government to "mercilessly" punish those responsible "because only animals can behave like that." While there have been attacks on Christians, their community had been left relatively unscathed until now. Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror newspaper Two Muslim groups in Sri Lanka also condemned the church attacks. The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka said it mourned the loss of innocent people in the blasts by extremists who seek to divide religious and ethnic groups. The All Ceylon Jammiyyathul Ulama a body of Muslim clerics, said targeting Christian places of worship cannot be accepted. Sri Lanka's Daily Lankadeepa Rucki Fernando, a Christian Sri Lankan, told AFP: "We haven't experienced anything like this in the last 10 years." "There is a lot of fear, not just in the Christian community, but among everyone," he added. Sri Lanka's Minister of Economic Reforms, Harsha de Silva, described "horrible scenes" at St Anthony's church. "I saw many body parts strewn all over," he tweeted. Sri Lanka’s black Sunday. As a taxi driver told me this morning, ‘no one can understand why Sri Lanka’. pic.twitter.com/cFhEJkWq2D— Siobhan Heanue (@siobhanheanue) April 22, 2019 Catholic Church Pope Francis denounced the "cruel violence" of the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka and is praying for all those who are suffering from the bloodshed. The Pope added an appeal at the end of his traditional Easter Sunday blessing to address the massacre which killed more than 130 people. pic gallery Speaking from the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica, the Pope said: "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence." He added: "I entrust to the Lord all those who were tragically killed and pray for the injured and all those who are suffering as a result of this dramatic event." The Catholic Church in Jerusalem said the blasts were particularly sad as they "came while Christians celebrate Easter". "We pray for the souls of the victims and ask for speedy recovery of the injured, and ask God to inspire the terrorists to repent of their killing and intimidation," the statement said. "We also express our solidarity with Sri Lanka and all its inhabitants in their various religious and ethnic backgrounds." Britain Prime Minister Theresa May described the attacks as "truly appalling". "The acts of violence against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka are truly appalling, and my deepest sympathies go out to all of those affected at this tragic time," she tweeted. "We must stand together to make sure that no one should ever have to practise their faith in fear." The Daily Telegraph James Dauris, Britain's High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, was attending an Easter Day church service in Colombo that was cut short by the attacks. He visited UK nationals in hospital in the capital and called the attacks "evil". Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary, said: "I'm deeply shocked and saddened by the horrifying attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka today, and the tragic news of more than 200 people killed, including several British nationals. "To target those gathered for the simple act of worship on Easter Sunday is unspeakably wicked. The Guardian "Everyone has a right to practise their faith in peace, safety and security but tragedies like this, and the one in Christchurch, remind us that there are some who hate these rights and freedoms. "These despicable acts were carried out at a time when millions of Christians celebrate Easter while living under the shadow of persecution. Many gather in churches at risk of attack; countless more will have suffered threats or discrimination. "The UK stands in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world and with the government and people of Sri Lanka. My prayers are with all the victims and their families." The Independent Mr Hunt said there was "lots of speculation at the moment but there is no hard knowledge" about the perpetrators of the atrocity and "we obviously need to wait for the police in Sri Lanka to Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks

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'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks Religious and world leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed almost 300 people on Sunday, including dozens of foreigners - with British, Dutch and American citizens among them. Images of the carnage features on front pages around the world amid horror at what was frequently called the  "Easter massacre".  Here is a round-up of how the world reacted. Sri Lanka The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called on Sri Lanka's government to "mercilessly" punish those responsible "because only animals can behave like that." While there have been attacks on Christians, their community had been left relatively unscathed until now. Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror newspaper Two Muslim groups in Sri Lanka also condemned the church attacks. The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka said it mourned the loss of innocent people in the blasts by extremists who seek to divide religious and ethnic groups. The All Ceylon Jammiyyathul Ulama a body of Muslim clerics, said targeting Christian places of worship cannot be accepted. Sri Lanka's Daily Lankadeepa Rucki Fernando, a Christian Sri Lankan, told AFP: "We haven't experienced anything like this in the last 10 years." "There is a lot of fear, not just in the Christian community, but among everyone," he added. Sri Lanka's Minister of Economic Reforms, Harsha de Silva, described "horrible scenes" at St Anthony's church. "I saw many body parts strewn all over," he tweeted. Sri Lanka’s black Sunday. As a taxi driver told me this morning, ‘no one can understand why Sri Lanka’. pic.twitter.com/cFhEJkWq2D— Siobhan Heanue (@siobhanheanue) April 22, 2019 Catholic Church Pope Francis denounced the "cruel violence" of the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka and is praying for all those who are suffering from the bloodshed. The Pope added an appeal at the end of his traditional Easter Sunday blessing to address the massacre which killed more than 130 people. pic gallery Speaking from the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica, the Pope said: "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence." He added: "I entrust to the Lord all those who were tragically killed and pray for the injured and all those who are suffering as a result of this dramatic event." The Catholic Church in Jerusalem said the blasts were particularly sad as they "came while Christians celebrate Easter". "We pray for the souls of the victims and ask for speedy recovery of the injured, and ask God to inspire the terrorists to repent of their killing and intimidation," the statement said. "We also express our solidarity with Sri Lanka and all its inhabitants in their various religious and ethnic backgrounds." Britain Prime Minister Theresa May described the attacks as "truly appalling". "The acts of violence against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka are truly appalling, and my deepest sympathies go out to all of those affected at this tragic time," she tweeted. "We must stand together to make sure that no one should ever have to practise their faith in fear." The Daily Telegraph James Dauris, Britain's High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, was attending an Easter Day church service in Colombo that was cut short by the attacks. He visited UK nationals in hospital in the capital and called the attacks "evil". Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary, said: "I'm deeply shocked and saddened by the horrifying attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka today, and the tragic news of more than 200 people killed, including several British nationals. "To target those gathered for the simple act of worship on Easter Sunday is unspeakably wicked. The Guardian "Everyone has a right to practise their faith in peace, safety and security but tragedies like this, and the one in Christchurch, remind us that there are some who hate these rights and freedoms. "These despicable acts were carried out at a time when millions of Christians celebrate Easter while living under the shadow of persecution. Many gather in churches at risk of attack; countless more will have suffered threats or discrimination. "The UK stands in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world and with the government and people of Sri Lanka. My prayers are with all the victims and their families." The Independent Mr Hunt said there was "lots of speculation at the moment but there is no hard knowledge" about the perpetrators of the atrocity and "we obviously need to wait for the police in Sri Lanka to Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks

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'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks Religious and world leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed almost 300 people on Sunday, including dozens of foreigners - with British, Dutch and American citizens among them. Images of the carnage features on front pages around the world amid horror at what was frequently called the  "Easter massacre".  Here is a round-up of how the world reacted. Sri Lanka The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called on Sri Lanka's government to "mercilessly" punish those responsible "because only animals can behave like that." While there have been attacks on Christians, their community had been left relatively unscathed until now. Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror newspaper Two Muslim groups in Sri Lanka also condemned the church attacks. The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka said it mourned the loss of innocent people in the blasts by extremists who seek to divide religious and ethnic groups. The All Ceylon Jammiyyathul Ulama a body of Muslim clerics, said targeting Christian places of worship cannot be accepted. Sri Lanka's Daily Lankadeepa Rucki Fernando, a Christian Sri Lankan, told AFP: "We haven't experienced anything like this in the last 10 years." "There is a lot of fear, not just in the Christian community, but among everyone," he added. Sri Lanka's Minister of Economic Reforms, Harsha de Silva, described "horrible scenes" at St Anthony's church. "I saw many body parts strewn all over," he tweeted. Sri Lanka’s black Sunday. As a taxi driver told me this morning, ‘no one can understand why Sri Lanka’. pic.twitter.com/cFhEJkWq2D— Siobhan Heanue (@siobhanheanue) April 22, 2019 Catholic Church Pope Francis denounced the "cruel violence" of the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka and is praying for all those who are suffering from the bloodshed. The Pope added an appeal at the end of his traditional Easter Sunday blessing to address the massacre which killed more than 130 people. pic gallery Speaking from the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica, the Pope said: "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence." He added: "I entrust to the Lord all those who were tragically killed and pray for the injured and all those who are suffering as a result of this dramatic event." The Catholic Church in Jerusalem said the blasts were particularly sad as they "came while Christians celebrate Easter". "We pray for the souls of the victims and ask for speedy recovery of the injured, and ask God to inspire the terrorists to repent of their killing and intimidation," the statement said. "We also express our solidarity with Sri Lanka and all its inhabitants in their various religious and ethnic backgrounds." Britain Prime Minister Theresa May described the attacks as "truly appalling". "The acts of violence against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka are truly appalling, and my deepest sympathies go out to all of those affected at this tragic time," she tweeted. "We must stand together to make sure that no one should ever have to practise their faith in fear." The Daily Telegraph James Dauris, Britain's High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, was attending an Easter Day church service in Colombo that was cut short by the attacks. He visited UK nationals in hospital in the capital and called the attacks "evil". Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary, said: "I'm deeply shocked and saddened by the horrifying attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka today, and the tragic news of more than 200 people killed, including several British nationals. "To target those gathered for the simple act of worship on Easter Sunday is unspeakably wicked. The Guardian "Everyone has a right to practise their faith in peace, safety and security but tragedies like this, and the one in Christchurch, remind us that there are some who hate these rights and freedoms. "These despicable acts were carried out at a time when millions of Christians celebrate Easter while living under the shadow of persecution. Many gather in churches at risk of attack; countless more will have suffered threats or discrimination. "The UK stands in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world and with the government and people of Sri Lanka. My prayers are with all the victims and their families." The Independent Mr Hunt said there was "lots of speculation at the moment but there is no hard knowledge" about the perpetrators of the atrocity and "we obviously need to wait for the police in Sri Lanka to Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks

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'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks Religious and world leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed almost 300 people on Sunday, including dozens of foreigners - with British, Dutch and American citizens among them. Images of the carnage features on front pages around the world amid horror at what was frequently called the  "Easter massacre".  Here is a round-up of how the world reacted. Sri Lanka The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called on Sri Lanka's government to "mercilessly" punish those responsible "because only animals can behave like that." While there have been attacks on Christians, their community had been left relatively unscathed until now. Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror newspaper Two Muslim groups in Sri Lanka also condemned the church attacks. The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka said it mourned the loss of innocent people in the blasts by extremists who seek to divide religious and ethnic groups. The All Ceylon Jammiyyathul Ulama a body of Muslim clerics, said targeting Christian places of worship cannot be accepted. Sri Lanka's Daily Lankadeepa Rucki Fernando, a Christian Sri Lankan, told AFP: "We haven't experienced anything like this in the last 10 years." "There is a lot of fear, not just in the Christian community, but among everyone," he added. Sri Lanka's Minister of Economic Reforms, Harsha de Silva, described "horrible scenes" at St Anthony's church. "I saw many body parts strewn all over," he tweeted. Sri Lanka’s black Sunday. As a taxi driver told me this morning, ‘no one can understand why Sri Lanka’. pic.twitter.com/cFhEJkWq2D— Siobhan Heanue (@siobhanheanue) April 22, 2019 Catholic Church Pope Francis denounced the "cruel violence" of the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka and is praying for all those who are suffering from the bloodshed. The Pope added an appeal at the end of his traditional Easter Sunday blessing to address the massacre which killed more than 130 people. pic gallery Speaking from the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica, the Pope said: "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence." He added: "I entrust to the Lord all those who were tragically killed and pray for the injured and all those who are suffering as a result of this dramatic event." The Catholic Church in Jerusalem said the blasts were particularly sad as they "came while Christians celebrate Easter". "We pray for the souls of the victims and ask for speedy recovery of the injured, and ask God to inspire the terrorists to repent of their killing and intimidation," the statement said. "We also express our solidarity with Sri Lanka and all its inhabitants in their various religious and ethnic backgrounds." Britain Prime Minister Theresa May described the attacks as "truly appalling". "The acts of violence against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka are truly appalling, and my deepest sympathies go out to all of those affected at this tragic time," she tweeted. "We must stand together to make sure that no one should ever have to practise their faith in fear." The Daily Telegraph James Dauris, Britain's High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, was attending an Easter Day church service in Colombo that was cut short by the attacks. He visited UK nationals in hospital in the capital and called the attacks "evil". Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary, said: "I'm deeply shocked and saddened by the horrifying attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka today, and the tragic news of more than 200 people killed, including several British nationals. "To target those gathered for the simple act of worship on Easter Sunday is unspeakably wicked. The Guardian "Everyone has a right to practise their faith in peace, safety and security but tragedies like this, and the one in Christchurch, remind us that there are some who hate these rights and freedoms. "These despicable acts were carried out at a time when millions of Christians celebrate Easter while living under the shadow of persecution. Many gather in churches at risk of attack; countless more will have suffered threats or discrimination. "The UK stands in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world and with the government and people of Sri Lanka. My prayers are with all the victims and their families." The Independent Mr Hunt said there was "lots of speculation at the moment but there is no hard knowledge" about the perpetrators of the atrocity and "we obviously need to wait for the police in Sri Lanka to Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks

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'Easter massacre': How the world reacted to Sri Lanka terror attacks Religious and world leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed almost 300 people on Sunday, including dozens of foreigners - with British, Dutch and American citizens among them. Images of the carnage features on front pages around the world amid horror at what was frequently called the  "Easter massacre".  Here is a round-up of how the world reacted. Sri Lanka The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called on Sri Lanka's government to "mercilessly" punish those responsible "because only animals can behave like that." While there have been attacks on Christians, their community had been left relatively unscathed until now. Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror newspaper Two Muslim groups in Sri Lanka also condemned the church attacks. The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka said it mourned the loss of innocent people in the blasts by extremists who seek to divide religious and ethnic groups. The All Ceylon Jammiyyathul Ulama a body of Muslim clerics, said targeting Christian places of worship cannot be accepted. Sri Lanka's Daily Lankadeepa Rucki Fernando, a Christian Sri Lankan, told AFP: "We haven't experienced anything like this in the last 10 years." "There is a lot of fear, not just in the Christian community, but among everyone," he added. Sri Lanka's Minister of Economic Reforms, Harsha de Silva, described "horrible scenes" at St Anthony's church. "I saw many body parts strewn all over," he tweeted. Sri Lanka’s black Sunday. As a taxi driver told me this morning, ‘no one can understand why Sri Lanka’. pic.twitter.com/cFhEJkWq2D— Siobhan Heanue (@siobhanheanue) April 22, 2019 Catholic Church Pope Francis denounced the "cruel violence" of the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka and is praying for all those who are suffering from the bloodshed. The Pope added an appeal at the end of his traditional Easter Sunday blessing to address the massacre which killed more than 130 people. pic gallery Speaking from the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica, the Pope said: "I want to express my loving closeness to the Christian community, targeted while they were gathered in prayer, and all the victims of such cruel violence." He added: "I entrust to the Lord all those who were tragically killed and pray for the injured and all those who are suffering as a result of this dramatic event." The Catholic Church in Jerusalem said the blasts were particularly sad as they "came while Christians celebrate Easter". "We pray for the souls of the victims and ask for speedy recovery of the injured, and ask God to inspire the terrorists to repent of their killing and intimidation," the statement said. "We also express our solidarity with Sri Lanka and all its inhabitants in their various religious and ethnic backgrounds." Britain Prime Minister Theresa May described the attacks as "truly appalling". "The acts of violence against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka are truly appalling, and my deepest sympathies go out to all of those affected at this tragic time," she tweeted. "We must stand together to make sure that no one should ever have to practise their faith in fear." The Daily Telegraph James Dauris, Britain's High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, was attending an Easter Day church service in Colombo that was cut short by the attacks. He visited UK nationals in hospital in the capital and called the attacks "evil". Jeremy Hunt, Foreign Secretary, said: "I'm deeply shocked and saddened by the horrifying attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka today, and the tragic news of more than 200 people killed, including several British nationals. "To target those gathered for the simple act of worship on Easter Sunday is unspeakably wicked. The Guardian "Everyone has a right to practise their faith in peace, safety and security but tragedies like this, and the one in Christchurch, remind us that there are some who hate these rights and freedoms. "These despicable acts were carried out at a time when millions of Christians celebrate Easter while living under the shadow of persecution. Many gather in churches at risk of attack; countless more will have suffered threats or discrimination. "The UK stands in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world and with the government and people of Sri Lanka. My prayers are with all the victims and their families." The Independent Mr Hunt said there was "lots of speculation at the moment but there is no hard knowledge" about the perpetrators of the atrocity and "we obviously need to wait for the police in Sri Lanka to Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Hillary Clintonová má další ostudu. Jde o tweety po terorismu. Umírali prý „uctívači Velikonoc“

22.04.2019, 17:34

Publicistku Lucii Sulovskou zaujalo, jak se neúspěšná kandidátka na prezidentku Spojených států Hillary Clintonová postavila k teroristickým útokům na kostely a hotely na Srí Lance. Clintonová sklízí kritiku z celého světa, když se úzkostlivě vyhýbala slovu „křesťan“. Přitom v době útoku na mešity na Novém Zélandu zdůrazňovala, že se musíme zbavit islamofobie, takže slovo islám se nezdráhala použít.
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Klaus ml. zase štípnul ODSáky. A rozstřelil hořící Notre-Dame

22.04.2019, 13:31

Václav Klaus mladší napsal pár slov na adresu moderátorky Emmy Smetany, hořící katedrály Notre-Dame a vyjádřil se i ke své nové straně. Popsal, jaké bude hájit ideály.
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USA porušily pravidla hry v bankovním světě

Autor neuveden 22.04.2019, 01:10

27. února Kongres Spojených států amerických zveřejnil podrobnosti zákona o sankcích proti Rusku, známého jako DASKAA (Defending American Security from Kremlin Aggression Act – zákon na ochranu Ameriky před agresí Kremlu). Některé ze sankcí DASKAA proti Rusku jsou hodnoceny jako velmi tvrdé, dokument v Americe dostal přezdívku „pekelné sankce“.
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Kritika Izraele vás dostane do vězení

Kurt Nimmo 20.04.2019, 13:10

Tento blog bude brzy nelegální. Ne, neprodávám drogy ani nerozšiřuji dětskou pornografii. Píšu o amerických válkách a primárním cíli těchto nelegálních a nemorálních válek - učinit z Izraele hegemona na Středním východě, společně se Saúdskou Arábií. Veškerá americká zahraniční politika v tomto regionu se soustřeďuje na tyto dva národy. Následující text může být brzy klasifikován jako nenávistná řeč a antisemitismus (neboť kritika židovského státu a jeho sionistické politické ideologie je stále více považována za trestný čin).
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Automatická kontrola vozidel

Autor neuveden 19.04.2019, 01:10

Pro bezpečnostní složky každého státu (policie a tajné služby) je, alespoň teoreticky, složité najít rovnováhu mezi dvěma společenskými zájmy: mezi zajištěním bezpečnosti obyvatel a zachováním jejich soukromí. Česká republika se nevymyká trendu demokratického světa a dává přednost iluzi bezpečnosti před právem občanů na soukromí. Přitom bohužel dochází k dlouhodobému porušování základních občanských práv a svobod garantovaných mj. Listinou základních práv a svobod (Ústavní zákon č. 2/1993 Sb.).
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Zatčení Assange je varování z historie

John Pilger 18.04.2019, 01:10

Letmý pohled na to, jak byl Julian Assange odvlečen z ekvádorského velvyslanectví v Londýně, je symbolem této doby. Síla proti právu. Moc proti zákonu. Sprostota proti odvaze. Šest policistů, hrubě zacházejících s nemocným novinářem, který mhouřil oči před přirozeným denním světlem, jež viděl poprvé za téměř sedm let.
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Když hoři symboly, přichaza blba doba

Ladislav Větvička 17.04.2019, 01:10

Je to smutne, když zhoři jakysik barak. Navic pěkny barak. A navic symbol. Ale nic neni nahodne. Symboly mizi v přesně stanoveny čas. A po jejich zmizeni obvykle přichazaju horši doby.
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Dokaž, že jsi nevinen

Marian Kechlibar 16.04.2019, 01:30

Do poslanecké sněmovny jde návrh zpřísnění antidiskriminačního zákona. Převracel by kompletně důkazní břemeno a umožňoval neziskovkám hromadné žaloby bez konkrétních poškozených.
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Doba nespravedlnosti

Paul Craig Roberts 15.04.2019, 01:10

Den 11. dubna 2019 nám přinesl nové slovo pro Jidáše: Moreno - loutkový prezident Ekvádoru, který prodal Juliana Assange do Washingtonu za třicet stříbrných. Zatčení Assange, které proběhlo v ranních hodinách na ekvádorském velvyslanectví v Londýně, je první fází pokusu Washingtonu kriminalizovat první dodatek Ústavy Spojených států.
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Telekomunikační průmysl neprováděl žádný výzkum o zdravotním dopadu 5G

Autor neuveden 13.04.2019, 01:10

Indie plánuje zahájit testování sítě 5G do roku 2020, ale odborníci a průmysl se staví proti tomu kvůli dopadu na lidské zdraví a životní prostředí. Pátá generace bezdrátové sítě slibuje, že bude 50krát rychlejší než její předchůdce - 4G. Webová stránka Down To Earth provedla rozhovory s celou řadou odborníků na toto téma.
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