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German Elections: Al Qaeda Network Threatens Germany

By Andreas Klamm, published on Sep 26, 2009

Washington. D. C. / Berlin. On September 23, 2009 the Department of State issued a travel alert for all U.S. citizens that Al Qaeda has threatened it will conduct terrorist attacks in Germany maybe immediately prior to and following the federal elections on September 27. The travel alert released by the U.S. Department of State will expire on November 11, 2009.

Al Qaeda recently released five video messages during one week specifically warning Germany of attacks. German authorities are taking the threat seriously and have taken measures to enhance the level of security throughout the... (more)

Tags: religion, islam, germany, mujahideen

Burma: At Least 128 Political Prisoners Released

By Andreas Klamm, published on Sep 25, 2009

Mae Sot – Thailand. (and). According to different sources the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) in Burma „can confirm that so far 128 political prisoners have been released from 25 different prisons in Burma.“

The 128 people released include 44 members of the National League for Democracy, including 3 MPs; 22 women; 11 former political prisoners; 4 monks; 4 journalists; 13 students; 10 members of the Human Rights Defenders and Promoters Network; 5 members of the 88 Generation Students; and 1 lawyer.

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Those Which Persecute The Children Of God Will Have To Pay

By Andreas Klamm, published on Sep 1, 2009

By Andreas Klamm

HENAN / China, August 31, 2009. CHCHA President, Pastor “Bike” has issued his 4th OPEN Letter to President Hu Jintao in China according to reports issued by the international aid and relief organization China Aid (www.chinaaid.org). Pastor Bike shared Christ’s love with the President: “The Christians in China were arrested, beaten and killed like lambs by your subordinates but they endure the hardship and love you like Jesus does regardless.” Though he assured the President that Chinese Christians would not avenge themselves,... (more)

Tags: new york, religion, jesus, china

Celebrating 4th Of July: The Declaration Of Independence

By Andreas Klamm, published on Jul 5, 2009

By Andreas Klamm, news correspondent

Washington, D.C. / New York City / U.S.A. July 4, 2009. Throughout the entire nation and countries people with all kinds of different backgrounds will participate the huge massive and in some areas extravaganzas celebrations related to the Independence Day, which is known as Fourth of July.

Even in times of the economic melt down, in times where many people do struggle with daily tasks it seems to be very important for most U.S. and American citizens to remember and to celebrate what happened 233 years ago... (more)

Tags: new york, music, obama

Religious Liberty And The Distribution Of The Bible

By Andreas Klamm, published on Jul 4, 2009

By Andreas Klamm, news correspondent

BEIJING /China. July 3, 2009. Religious liberty is one of those basic rights granted in the United States of America (U.S.A.) and in the Universal Declaration Of The Human Rights. On July 4, 1776 the Declaration of Independence has been signed by the Congress and in the United States of America people can celebrate the liberties and freedoms given to all people with a free will. Shi Weihan (38) , church leader of a Christian church in China has learned that claiming those elementary rights for religious liberty can lead in China... (more)

Tags: religion, china

How To Appreciate The King Of Pop: Michael Jackson

By Andreas Klamm, published on Jun 27, 2009

By Andreas Klamm, news correspondent

Los Angeles. June 27, 2009. The mourning after the for many people and friends unexpected death of The King Of Pop, entertainer and singer Michael Jackson is great.

As legions and millions of people wanted to express their condolences, their feelings about the loss of The King Of Pop, Michael Jackson, web communities such as Twitter , Facebook and other international services have reach their technical limits.

The King Of Pop has suffered from a cardiac arrest on June 25, on 12.21 p.m.... (more)

Tags: los angeles, facebook, music, flickr

Supremacist Kills Security Guard

By Andreas Klamm, published on Jun 12, 2009

New York City / Washington D.C., June 12, 2009. A supremacist opened fire on Wednesday, June 10, at the Washington DC´s Holocaust Memorial Museum and killed a security guard. According to the daily news hour Democracy NOW ! (www.democracynow.org ) with Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, the man which killed the security guard, James W. von Brunn (88) is known as longtime white supremacist. He also injured another security guard before security guards and police officers of the Metropolitan Police were able to stop the shooting of the man.

The 88 years old man got shot... (more)

Tags: religion, police, shooting

People Of Dresden: Barack Obama - Welcome, Mr. President !

By Andreas Klamm, published on Jun 5, 2009

By Andreas Klamm, news correspondent

Washington D.C. / Dresden. June 5, 2009. The 44th U.S. President Barack Obama (47) has arrived save on Thursday evening in Germany. On Thursday morning he has addressed a high profile speech at the Cairo University in Egypt. He will stay for about 20 hours in Germany and will meet German chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel from the Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU).

German chancellor Mrs Merkel is planning to talk about the peace process in the Middle East, the global financial crisis and other issues with U.S. President... (more)

Tags: france, police, germany, obama

Green Envelope Campaign Launched To Free Roxana Saberi

By Andreas Klamm, published on May 8, 2009

By Andreas Klamm

Nashville, TN. / Teheran, Iran. May 8, 2009. Roxana Saberi is an Iranian-Japanese descendant, a female freelance journalist, and an U.S. citizen and Iranian citizen, who often covers according to different sources and Christian Newswire the conditions and plight of women in Iran. She was arrested in February 2009, and is currently being held in the notorious Evin prison close to the city of Teheran in Iran.

The charges brought up against Roxana have been in the first step that she has been accused that she might have bought... (more)

Tags: france, facebook, iran, germany, russia, mexico

Human Rights Education For All People Needed

By Andreas Klamm, published on May 7, 2009

By Andreas KlammNew York / London / Paris. May 7, 2009. People need to be informed about their human rights and they need education in human rights. Thomas Hammarberg, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights has published a statement in concern of the human rights and how people should claim their human rights. Thomas Hammarberg, Council of Europe Commissioner for the Human Rights has declared: "Human rights can only be realized if people are informed about their rights and know how to use them. Education about human rights is therefore central to the effective implementation... (more)

Tags: new york, france, education, germany

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