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Facebook condemned for hosting neo-Nazi network with UK links

Tech giant criticised for failing to act after being told two years ago about extremist activity on its platformA white supremacist network with more than 80,000 followers and links to the UK far right, including a student charged with terrorist offences, is being hosted by Facebook and Instagram, putting the world’s largest social media company under fresh pressure to tackle extremism.The network, which includes more than 40 neo-Nazi sites, offers merchandise including NaziSS symbols and sticke...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, UK, Technology, Media, Instagram, Social Networking, Race, Social Media, UK News, World news, Ukraine, Digital Media, Wisconsin, The far right, Nazi

Moscow's Victory Day parade – in pictures

Russia is holding its postponed Victory Day military parade despite rising coronavirus infections. The parade celebrates the defeat of Nazi Germany and has grown since Vladimir Putin came to power Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Vladimir Putin, Germany, Russia, World news, Culture, Art and design, Second world war, Moscow, Nazi

Volkswagen execs say there were 'horrified' by the brand's racist Instagram car ad which was an 'insult to every decent person'

Volkswagen is facing backlash over a racist advertisement posted to its Instagram page. The ad was removed on Wednesday. Company executives have since publicly apologized for it and vowed an investigation. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Volkswagen has apologized for and removed an advertisement on its Instagram page for its new eighth-gen Golf after it was called racist. The company is publicly taking responsibility for the ad with a lengthy joint statement from the bran...
Tags: Instagram, Youtube, Germany, Trends, Bbc, Nazi, Volkswagen, Reuters, Juergen Stackmann, Wednesday Company, Elke Heitmueller, Volkswagen Stackmann

Crystal Palace’s Wayne Hennessey explains why he didn’t make a Nazi salute in Max Meyer’s photo

Crystal Palace’s Wayne Hennessey & Nazi salute Crystal Palace’s Welsh international goalie Wayne Hennessey has made headlines for the wrong reasons. Max Meyer, the German midfielder who joined Crystal Palace in the summer, posted an eye-catching photo on his Instagram account on Sunday. The Eagles squad were pictured on a night out in London. As the squad sat around a table, Hennessey, sat at the back, focused attentions. That’s because Hennessey appeared to make a Nazi salute in the photo. How...
Tags: London, Instagram, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Premier League, Nazi, Birmingham, Crystal Palace, Hitler, Hennessey, Grimsby, Wayne Hennessey, Eagles, Max Meyer, Andrew Fox

Memers drag Melania Trump for going to Egypt dressed like a Nazi colonizer

Melania looked like a cross between Danish colonizer Baroness Karen von Blixen and Dr. René Belloq, the Nazi villain from "Raiders of the Lost Ark."
Tags: Politics, Instagram, Africa, Lifestyle, Egypt, Memes, Nazi, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Melania Trump, Melania, Colonizer, Baroness Karen von Blixen

Five ways to visit Amsterdam

Fact: Amsterdam is one of Europe’s prettiest cities. Not just because it’s relatively compact and has a history, but because the city is full of surprises. From the magical atmosphere of the UNESCO World Heritage canals, to the famous Pink Point LGBT memorial, the brownstone cafes and the romantic parks and walkways that crisscross the city, Amsterdam is full of culture and history. And like most European cities, the best way to discover it is to let yourself try something new. (That’s why so ma...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Europe, Instagram, Amsterdam, Nazi, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Unesco World Heritage, Amsterdam Noord, Frank, Rijksmuseum, Jordaan, De Pijp, Vermeer, Amsterdam Amsterdam

Stunning Forgotten Places in Berlin & Around the World

The Berlin photographer Dietmar Eckell has set himself the task to discover abandoned places all around the world. Places that might be long forgotten but each of them has a unique story to tell. In his photo book “Restwert” he showcases these lost places and stories that we could rarely discover on our own. Cuba, Vietnam, Ukraine, very remote travel locations were on his list for 2017. But, he has also spent some time in his hometown Berlin, to capture a few more of it’s forgotten sites. Eck...
Tags: Photos, Art, Photography, Fashion, Berlin, US, World, Colombia, United States, Places, Exhibition, Red Army, Nazi, Abandoned, Cuba, Fidel Castro

14 Tech Companies Trying to Ban Hate Groups and White Supremacists

Disavowing and distancing yourself from white supremacy and neo-Nazi individuals and groups isn't hard. But until the events in Charlottesville, VA, many tech companies didn't make it a priority to remove such people and groups from their platforms. Since neo-Nazis and white supremacists rallied in Charlottesville, though, leaving three dead, tech companies like Spotify, OkCupid, Google, and CloudFlare are taking a stand. GoDaddy, which used to host the domain for neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer, ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Spotify, Politics, Instagram, Opinion, Religion, Godaddy, Tech, US news, Paypal, Nazi, Donald Trump, Charlottesville

Impressive architecture of Europe

I experienced, photographed, ate, and explored my way through 17 cities in 8 European countries. Through my travels, I quickly realized how drawn I was to Europe for an infinite amount of reasons, one of those being the incredible architecture. From castles to cottages, cathedrals to columns, the great buildings of Europe are their own story. Here are examples of the awe-inspiring beauty that is European architecture. 1 Venice, Italy After meanderi...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Photography, Germany, Culture, Architecture, Czech Republic, Prague, Belgium, Tokyo, Brussels, Nazi, Venice, Tolkien, Building, Siena

Associated Press Rebuts Charge That It Aided Nazi Regime

A review by the news agency acknowledges missteps but says it remained independent and provided factual reporting despite “intense pressures from Nazi Germany.”
Tags: Photography, News, Germany, Associated Press, Nazi, Propaganda, News and News Media, World War II (1939-45, Holocaust and the Nazi Era

Victory Day in Russia and former Soviet republics - in pictures

Nations of the former USSR commemorate the 1945 defeat of Nazi Germany in the second world war. The Soviet Union is estimated to have lost 26 million people in the war, including 8 million soldiers. Victory Day is Russia’s most important secular holiday Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Germany, Russia, Georgia, World news, Ukraine, Second world war, Latvia, Nazi, Ussr, Kazakhstan, Moldova, The Soviet Union

Drone Imagery from Archeologists in Jordan

  For my seventh birthday, my parents took me and a few friends to the movies. In case you’re GenZ, “the movies” was a physical place, a theater really, where you’d go to see films and buy candy. These moving pictures would be projected onto a very large screen, and you’d watch the movie, in its entirety, in the company of total strangers. Weird, right? “Raiders of the Lost Ark” was such a big deal at the time, it’s hard to come up with a contemporary cultural parallel. Maybe if Drake and Rhiann...
Tags: Photography, Hollywood, Israel, Jerusalem, Egypt, Photographers, Chad, Peru, Kenya, University Of Chicago, Jordan, Nazi, Drake, Working, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones

Film retrieved from a buried capsule shows life in Nazi-controlled ghetto [NSFW]

How do you feel when you see a major historic document right before your eyes? And what about seeing dozens of images that testify about the past? A series of images by Henryk Ross from the Nazi-occupied Jewish ghetto could make you feel the connection with the past you’ve never felt before. The series of […] The post Film retrieved from a buried capsule shows life in Nazi-controlled ghetto [NSFW] appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, War Photography, Wwii, Nazi, Brave, Documentary Photography, War Photographer, Henryk Ross

‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ Is Kevin Smith’s New Film, ‘Clerks III’ and ‘Mallrats 2’ Are Dead

Over the past few years, Kevin Smith has branched out beyond what came to be known as his View Askewniverse film roster to try his hand at some different kinds of movies. There was the dark thriller Red State; the creepy thriller Tusk; and the hodgepodge of Clerks, Canada, and Gremlins with Nazi sausages that was Yoga Hosers. Plus we’re still supposed to get Moose Jaws as the third film in what Kevin Smith calls his True North Trilogy. More recently, Kevin Smith was looking to go back to the we...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Instagram, Netflix, Sequels, Nazi, Bob, Smith, Jay, Cw, Randall, Jersey, Miramax, Amy, Kevin-Smith

The Best 100+ Reuters Photographs Of The Year 2016

Dairy cows nuzzle a barn cat as they wait to be milked at a farm in Granby, Quebec July 26, 2016. (Photo by Christinne Muschi/Reuters) A sloth holds on to the post of a traffic barrier on a highway, in this handout photo provided by Ecuador’s Transit Commission, in Quevedo, Ecuador. Transit police officers, who were patrolling the new highway found the sloth after it had apparently tried to cross the street and returned the animal to its natural habitat after a veterinarian found it to be in...
Tags: Photography, Japan, Usa, New York, Design, London, Sweden, California, Washington, China, Germany, Angela Merkel, Berlin, India, New York City, Tel Aviv

PHOTO: Warsaw Old Town Market Place, Pride of Poland

Click on title to view photo in large format. Warsaw Old Town Market Place is the main square in the historic center of the Polish capital. In retribution for the Warsaw Uprising of 1944, the square was blown up by the Nazi’s during World War Two. After the war, the square was rebuilt, using photos and old plans for authenticity. Residents sifted though the rubble for decorative items and cleaned bricks that could be reused. Still, information on every structure was not always available, th...
Tags: Travel, Daily Photo, Photography, Culture, Poland, Nazi, Warsaw, Cultural Travel, Old Town, Warsaw Uprising

PHOTOS: We Need To Talk About Some Of The Pictures Taken Inside #RNCinCLE

The teleprompters have been shut off. The balloons and confetti have been cleaned up. The male escorts have deposited their money. Time to debrief on what the hell we just witnessed at the 2016 Republican National Convention. Related: Donald Trump Promises To Protect The LGBTQ Community, Twitter Reacts Melania Trump recited Michelle Obama’s speech from the 2008 Democratic National Convention. Rudy Giuliani reminded us to schedule that dentist appointment we’ve been putting off. Ben Carson sugge...
Tags: Photos, Feature, Instagram, Lifestyle, Gop, Hillary Clinton, Peter Thiel, Michelle Obama, Nazi, Evergreen, Cleveland, Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Ben Carson, Ad Friendly, Queerty

Kelly Clarkson's Family Is Adorable, But Not Like The Von Trapps

Rob Kim/Getty Images Kelly Clarkson is back at it again with the family pics. A few days ago she posted an image of her newest child. This time, she included all four children in an adorable snap posted to Instagram earlier Wednesday.“The von Trapps ain't got nothin' on us ha!” the "Since U Been Gone" singer wrote.The von Trapps are the family band that inspired The Sound of Music, a movie about nuns fighting Hitler. The real life von Trapps really did escape Naz...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, Germany, US, America, Munich, Nazi, Hitler, Kelly Clarkson, Papua New Guinea, Von Trapps, Trapps, Rob Kim Getty Images Kelly Clarkson

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