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IBC - ITALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION
mail: ibc@europe.com
http://www.ibcradio.webs.com
FB: @ITALIANBROADCASTINGCORPORATION
TW: @RADIOIBC

"IBC DIGITAL" "IBC DIGITAL"

   ===========================
   *** 4 2 5 D X N E W S ***
   **** DX INFORMATION ****
   ===========================
   Edited by I1JQJ & IK1ADH
 


OH - As tradition dictates, OH9SCL will be active again in December from
     the heart of Santa Claus Land, in the Lapland region of Finland.
     Activity will be mostly on the HF bands on all modes. QSL via
     OH9AB, direct or bureau. See http://oh9scl.fi for additional
     information.

V8 - Tom, KC0W will be active as V85/KC0W from Brunei from 24 November
     to 10 December. QSL via home call (direct only) and logsearch on
     Club Log.

ZL - Pisti, HA5OJ celebrates his 60th birthday by touring New Zeland
     until late January 2018. He will be active holiday style as
     ZL/HA5OJ North Island (OC-036) between 27 November and 20 January, and finally
     from South Island (OC-134) on 21-29 January. He operates CW only on
     30-6 metres. QSLs via the Hungarian bureau.

3Y0Z: BOUVET 2018 ---> While "the sea container should now be between the
     ports of San Antonio, Chile and its destination, Punta Arenas, Chile", the
     Team posted on 22 November, "the most recent propagation predictions
     continue to support the patterns shown in the videos on our propagation page
     (http://www.bouvetdx.org/propagation/)". The band plan has been published,
     and it includes FT8. It will not be a primary mode for 3Y0Z, but it will be
     used only "when we cannot use the standard, higher rate modes", i.e. "when
     the band dies, or before it opens". Detailed guidelines are available at
     http://www.bouvetdx.org/band-plan-frequencies/ ("Ten Steps on How to Work
     3Y0Z (Bouvet) With FT8").

YOTA MONTH ---> The Youngsters On The Air group will be active again during
     the entire month of December. The idea for this event is to show the amateur
     radio hobby to youth and to encourage youngsters to be active on the ham
     radio waves. Announced participating stations include 3V8YOTA, 6V1YOTA,
     9A0YOTA, 9A17YOTA, DQ17YOTA, DR0YOTA, E71YOTA, EG2YOTA, ET3AA, GB17YOTA,
     HB9YOTA, II2YOTA, II5YOTA, LZ17YOTA, OF2YOTA, OL17YOTA, OM9YOTA, ON4YOTA,
     PD6YOTA, R17YOTA, SH9YOTA, YO0YOTA, YT17YOTA, Z60YOTA and ZS9YOTA. QSLs via
     Club Log's OQRS or direct to M0SDV. See https://events.ham-yota.com/ for
     information on the event and the award.

"IBC DIGITAL" "IBC DIGITAL"

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appear.

In this photo, Santa on a Pioneer Valley Railroad engine passes
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Welcome to program 25 of Shortwave Radiogram.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Arlington, Virginia.

Here is the lineup for today's program, all in MFSK32 except
where noted:

  1:34 Program preview (now)
  2:56 French engineer creates biodegradable plastic*
10:18 Russia Declares RFE/RL, VOA 'Foreign Agents'*
19:30 8PSK-1000F with Flamp: same as preceding story **
20:40 MFSK32: Christmas markets in Germany*
26:36 Closing announcements

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From Deutsche Welle:

A French engineer has created a biodegradable plastic

Plastic pollution has become a major problem for the planet.
One French entrepreneur is trying to fight the scourge with
a 100 percent biodegradable water bottle.

Jennifer Collins
6 December 2017

Use of plastic bottles is surging worldwide with a million being
bought every minute. Even in Germany, which has a reputation for
being an environmentally-aware nation of recyclers, more and more
people are reaching for single-use bottles.

Producing the bottles consumes vast amounts of resources. In
Germany, their manufacture requires 665,000 tons of crude oil and
11 billion kilowatt hours of electricity — ultimately spewing out
1.25 million tons of CO2 annually, according to environmental
organization Deutsche Umwelthilfe e.V.

Most plastic bottles — even single-use — are recyclable. Still,
most countries either lack waste infrastructure or cannot keep up
with the sheer amount being produced. Instead, the plastic ends
up on beaches and in the sea, where it accumulates because it
doesn't biodegrade in nature. As a result, it poses a danger to
marine life and can even enter our food via fish and other
animals that ingest it.

French entrepreneur and packaging designer Nicolas Moufflet
wanted to tackle this problem. After years of creating bottles
for major companies, he turned his hand to developing the "Vegan
Bottle." In contrast, to plastics based on petrochemicals, the
bottle is 100 percent biodegradable, according to the company.

"The goal was to place water in a biodegradable bottle," William
Coquerel, who is charge of sales at Lyspackaging, the company
behind the bottle, told DW. "Nobody wanted to develop the idea,
so Nicolas decided to develop it."

A sweet solution

Made from sugarcane — which the company says does not require
much water or intrude on farmland — the bottles have been on sale
for about 1.5 years. They're mainly used by juice bars and for
other perishable items, such as herbs and cosmetics.

"We want to avoid anything with a long shelf life. Once it (the
bioplastic) comes into contact with nature it degrades quickly —
within one to two years," said Coquerel.

Right now, the company is working on distinguishing its product
from other non-biodegradable competitors. As the bottle is
transparent, many customers don't know it's different from
regular plastic, said Coquerel. For instance, the company is
using olive seeds ground into powder to give its bottles color
and texture.

Lyspackaging plans to produce 700,000 biodegradable bottles by
the end of 2017. But according to Coquerel, they want to expand
their bioplastic for use with other products, particularly as
France is trying to cut back on plastic waste.

In 2016, the country announced it would ban the sale of plastic
disposable dishes and cutlery in favor of compostable
alternatives made primarily from biologically-sourced materials
such as textiles and cornstarch.

http://www.dw.com/en/doing-your-bit-a-french-engineer-has-created-a-biodegradable-plastic/a-41677962


Image: Nicolas Moufflet developed a biodegradable plastic to
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From Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:

Russia Declares RFE/RL, VOA 'Foreign Agents'

5 December 2017

The Russian Justice Ministry has declared Radio Free Europe/Radio
Liberty (RFE/RL), Voice of America (VOA), and several affiliated
news services "foreign agents " under new legislation that has
been criticized by Western governments and media-freedom
advocates.

A statement on the Justice Ministry website said that in
accordance with a new Russian law on mass media, it has decided
to list RFE/RL, VOA, Current Time TV, and RFE/RL's Tatar-Bashkir
Service, Siberia.Reality, Idel.Reality, Factograph, Kavkaz
Realii, and Crimea.Reality as "foreign mass media performing the
functions of a foreign agent."

The one-sentence Justice Ministry statement did not specify what
potential restrictions the media outlets could face, but
lawmakers have said designated media could be subjected to
detailed financial-reporting requirements and required to label
published material as coming from a foreign agent.
Russia To Consider Further Steps Against U.S. Media

A Russian bill enabling the government to designate any foreign
media outlet a "foreign agent" passed quickly through parliament
and was signed by President Vladimir Putin on November 25.

RFE/RL President Thomas Kent said that the broadcaster was aware
of the Justice Ministry's announcement but has "received no
details of what this designation may mean for us."

"We will study all communications from the ministry and other
Russian official organizations carefully," he added. "At the same
time, we remain committed to continuing our journalistic work in
the interests of providing accurate and objective news to our
Russian-speaking audiences."

The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) called
on Russia's Justice Ministry to "immediately reverse its
anti-press action."

"It is reprehensible that Russia, which restricts its own
independent, critical media, is now taking action to obstruct the
work of international outlets that provide a vital alternative
news source to Russian citizens," CPJ Europe and Central Asia
Program Coordinator Nina Ognianova said in a December 5
statement.

Russian officials have said the law is a "symmetrical response"
after state-funded channel RT -- which U.S. authorities accuse of
spreading propaganda -- was required to register its U.S.
operating unit under the U.S. Foreign Agents Registration Act
(FARA).

U.S. officials say the action is not symmetrical, arguing that
the U.S. and Russian laws are different and that Russia uses its
"foreign-agent" legislation to silence dissent and discourage a
free exchange of ideas.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on December 4
that media outlets designated as foreign agents would not be
stripped of their accreditation with the ministry and would be
able to "go ahead with journalistic activity in Russia calmly and
without any hindrances."

However, the State Duma is expected to pass a bill this week that
would bar U.S. media outlets that are designated as foreign
agents from entering the lower house of parliament. A senior
lawmaker in the Federation Council said the upper parliament
house will also consider a ban.

Both chambers are dominated by the ruling United Russia party and
do the Kremlin's bidding.

The European Union has said the Russia legislation "goes against
Russia's human rights obligations and commitments" and called it
a "threat to free and independent media and access to
information."

Human Rights Watch has condemned the Russian legislation as a
"full-throttle attack on media freedom" and said it was
"tailor-made to be selectively and politically enforced, and to
silence voices they do not want Russian people to hear."

RFE/RL and VOA are overseen by the Broadcasting Board of
Governors, a U.S. agency that supervises civilian government
broadcasting and media operations. VOA is a federal entity, while
RFE/RL is a private, nonprofit organization funded by a grant
from the U.S. Congress.

With reporting from Interfax, TASS, and RIA Novosti

https://www.rferl.org/a/rferl-voa-foreign-agents-russia-justice-ministry-t/28897401.html

See also:
https://www.rferl.org/a/russia-duma-bars-rferl-voa-foreign-agents/28900011.html
https://www.voanews.com/a/russia-parliament-vote-to-bar-voa-rferl/4151368.html
http://bit.ly/2BAgWnN
http://bit.ly/2k0HGa6
http://bit.ly/2Af7oCA
http://bit.ly/2AdDMWj
http://nyti.ms/2ACT1oH
http://bit.ly/2nDat9Q


Image: Logo of Current Time TV, a joint project of Radio Free
Europe/Radio Liberty and the Voice of America, designated as a
foreign agent by Russia.


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Russia Declares RFE/RL, VOA 'Foreign Agents'

5 December 2017

The Russta ustice Ministry has declared Radio Free Europe/Radio
Liberty (RFE/RL), Voice of AmericA(VOA), and several affiliated
news services "foreign agents " under new legislation that has
been criticized by Western governments and media-freedom
advocates.

A statement on the Justice Ministry website said that in
accordance with a new Russian law
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to list RFE/RL, VOA, Current Time TV, and RFE/RL's Tatar-Bashkir
Service, Siberia.Reality, Idel.Reality, Factograph, Kavkaz
Realii, and Crimea.Reality as "foreign mass media performing the
functions of a foreign agent."

The one-sentence Justice Ministry statement did not specify what
potential restrictions the media outlets could face, but
lawmakers have said designated media could be subjected to
detailed financial-reporting requiremen
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published material as coming from a foreign agent.
Russia To Consider Further Steps Against U.S. Media

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RFE/©neabnt Thomas Kent said that the broadcaster was aware
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Russian official organizations carefully," he added. "At the same
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the interests of providing accurate and objective news to our
Russian-speaking audiences."

The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) called
on Russia's Justice Ministry to "immediately reverse its
anti-press action."

"It is reprehen
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independent, critical media, is now taking action to obstruct the
work of international outlets that provide a vital alternative
news source to Russian citizens," CPJ Europe and Central Asia
Program Coordinator Nina Ognianova said in a December 5
statement.

Russian officials have said the law is a "symmetrical response"
after state-funded channel RT -- which U.S. authorities accuse of
spreading propaganda -- was required to
<DATA 488 4D90>{4446:6} register its U.S.
operating unit under the U.S. Foreign Agents Registration Act
(FARA).

U.S. officials say the action is not symmetrical, arguing that
the U.S. and Russian laws are different and that Russia uses its
"foreign-agent" legislation to silence dissent and discourage a
free exchange of ideas.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on December 4
that media outlets designated as foreign agents would not be
stripped of their accreditation with
<DATA 488 F260>{4446:7}the ministry and would be
able to "go ahead with journalistic activity in Russia calmly and
without any hindrances."

However, the State Duma is expected to pass a bill this week that
would bar U.S. media outlets that are designated as foreign
agents from entering the lower house of parliament. A senior
lawmaker in the Federation Council said the upper parliament
house will also consider a ban.

Both chambers are dominated by the ruling United Russia party and
do t
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The European Union has said the Russia legislation "goes against
Russia's human rights obligations and commitments" and called it
a "threat to free and independent media and access to
information."

Human Rights Watch has condemned the Russian legislation as a
"full-throttle attack on media freedom" and said it was
"tailor-made to be selectively and politically enforced, and to
silence voices they do not want Russian people to hear."

RFE/RL
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Governors, a U.S. agency that supervises civilian government
broadcasting and media operations. VOA is a federal entity, while
RFE/RL is a private, nonprofit organization funded by a grant
from the U.S. Congress.

With reporting from Interfax, TASS, and RIA Novosti

https://www.rferl.org/a/rferl-voa-foreign-agents-russia-justice-ministry-rt/28897401.html

See also:
https://www.voanews.com/a/russia-parliament-vote-t
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From Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:

Russia Declares RFE/RL, VOA 'Foreign Agents'

5 December 2017

The Russian Justice Ministry has declared Radio Free Europe/Radio
Liberty (RFE/RL), Voice of America (VOA), and several affiliated
news services "foreign agents " under new legislation that has
been criticized by Western governments and media-freedom
advocates.

A statement on the Justice Ministry website said that in
accordance with a new Russian law
<DATA 488 38BE>{4446:2}on mass media, it has decided
to list RFE/RL, VOA, Current Time TV, and RFE/RL's Tatar-Bashkir
Service, Siberia.Reality, Idel.Reality, Factograph, Kavkaz
Realii, and Crimea.Reality as "foreign mass media performing the
functions of a foreign agent."

The one-sentence Justice Ministry statement did not specify what
potential restrictions the media outlets could face, but
lawmakers have said designated media could be subjected to
detailed financial-reporting requiremen
<DATA 488 BA09>{4446:3}ts and required to label
published material as coming from a foreign agent.
Russia To Consider Further Steps Against U.S. Media

A Russian bill enabling the government to designate any foreign
media outlet a "foreign agent" passed quickly through parliament
and was signed by President Vladimir Putin on November 25.

RFE/RL President Thomas Kent said that the broadcaster was aware
of the Justice Ministry's announcement but has "received no
details of what this design
<DATA 488 E8AD>{4446:4}ation may mean for us."

"We will study all communications from the ministry and other
Russian official organizations carefully," he added. "At the same
time, we remain committed to continuing our journalistic work in
the interests of providing accurate and objective news to our
Russian-speaking audiences."

The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) called
on Russia's Justice Ministry to "immediately reverse its
anti-press action."

"It is reprehen
<DATA 488 9F7B>{4446:5}sible that Russia, which restricts its own
independent, critical media, is now taking action to obstruct the
work of international outlets that provide a vital alternative
news source to Russian citizens," CPJ Europe and Central Asia
Program Coordinator Nina Ognianova said in a December 5
statement.

Russian officials have said the law is a "symmetrical response"
after state-funded channel RT -- which U.S. authorities accuse of
spreading propaganda -- was required to
<DATA 488 4D90>{4446:6} register its U.S.
operating unit under the U.S. Foreign Agents Registration Act
(FARA).

U.S. officials say the action is not symmetrical, arguing that
the U.S. and Russian laws are different and that Russia uses its
"foreign-agent" legislation to silence dissent and discourage a
free exchange of ideas.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on December 4
that media outlets designated as foreign agents would not be
stripped of their accreditation with
<DATA 488 F260>{4446:7}the ministry and would be
able to "go ahead with journalistic activity in Russia calmly and
without any hindrances."

However, the State Duma is expected to pass a bill this week that
would bar U.S. media outlets that are designated as foreign
agents from entering the lower house of parliament. A senior
lawmaker in the Federation Council said the upper parliament
house will also consider a ban.

Both chambers are dominated by the ruling United Russia party and
do t
<DATA 488 AD32>{4446:8}he Kremlin's bidding.

The European Union has said the Russia legislation "goes against
Russia's human rights obligations and commitments" and called it
a "threat to free and independent media and access to
information."

Human Rights Watch has condemned the Russian legislation as a
"full-throttle attack on media freedom" and said it was
"tailor-made to be selectively and politically enforced, and to
silence voices they do not want Russian people to hear."

RFE/RL
<DATA 488 ACC7>{4446:9} and VOA are overseen by the Broadcasting Board of
Governors, a U.S. agency that superviservilian government
broadcasting and media operations. VOA is a federal entity, while
RFE/RL is a private, nonprofit organization funded by a grant
from the U.S. Congress.

With reporting from Interfax, TASS, and RIA Novosti

https://www.rferl.org/a/rferl-voa-foreign-agents-russia-justice-ministry-rt/28897401.html

See also:
https://www.voanews.com/a/russia-parliament-votrgfCÀ7aèi è

 

 

 

 

 

 

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From Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:

Russia Declares RFE/RL, VOA 'Foreign Agents'

5 December 2017

The Russian Justice Ministry has declared Radio Free Europe/Radio
Liberty (RFE/RL), Voice of America (VOA), and several affiliated
news services "foreign agents " under new legislation that has
been criticized by Western governments and media-freedom
advocates.

A statement on the Justice Ministry website said that in
accordance with a new Russian law
<DATA 488 38BE>{4446:2}on mass media, it has decided
to list RFE/RL, VOA, Current Time TV, and RFE/RL's Tatar-Bashkir
Service, Siberia.Reality, Idel.Reality, Factograph, Kavkaz
Realii, and Crimea.Reality as "foreign mass media performing the
functions of a foreign agent."

The one-sentence Justice Ministry statement did not specify what
potential restrictions the media outlets could face, but
lawmakers have said designated media could be subjected to
detailed financial-reporting requiremen
<DATA 488 BA09>{4446:3}ts and required to label
published material as coming from a foreign agent.
Russia To Consider Further Steps Against U.S. Media

A Russian bill enabling the government to designate any foreign
media outlet a "foreign agent" passed quickly through parliament
and was signed by President Vladimir Putin on November 25.

RFE/RL President Thomas Kent said that the broadcaster was aware
of the Justice Ministry's announcement but has "received no
details of what this design
<DATA 488 E8AD>{4446:4}ation may mean for us."

"We will study all communications from the ministry and other
Russian official organizations carefully," he added. "At the same
time, we remain committed to continuing our journalistic work in
the interests of providing accurate and objective news to our
Russian-speaking audiences."

The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) called
on Russia's Justice Ministry to "immediately reverse its
anti-press action."

"It is reprehen
<DATA 488 9F7B>{4446:5}sible that Russia, which restricts its own
independent, critical media, is now taking action to obstruct the
work of international outlets that provide a vital alternative
news source to Russian citizens," CPJ Europe and Central Asia
Program Coordinator Nina Ognianova said in a December 5
statement.

Russian officials have said the law is a "symmetrical response"
after state-funded channel RT -- which U.S. authorities accuse of
spreading propaganda -- was required to
<DATA 488 4D90>{4446:6} register its U.S.
operating unit under the U.S. Foreign Agents Registration Act
(FARA).

U.S. officials say the action is not symmetrical, arguing that
the U.S. and Russian laws are different and that Russia uses its
"foreign-agent" legislation to silence dissent and discourage a
free exchange of ideas.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on December 4
that media outlets designated as foreign agents would not be
stripped of their accreditation with
<DATA 488 F260>{4446:7}the ministry and would be
able to "go ahead with journalistic activity in Russia calmly and
without any hindrances."

However, the State Duma is expected to pass a bill this week that
would bar U.S. media outlets that are designated as foreign
agents from entering the lower house of parliament. A senior
lawmaker in the Federation Council said the upper parliament
house will also consider a ban.

Both chambers are dominated by the ruling United Russia party and
do t
<DATA 488 AD32>{4446:8}he Kremlin's bidding.

The European Union has said the Russia legislation "goes against
Russia's human rights obligations and commitments" and called it
a "threat to free and independent media and access to
information."

Human Rights Watch has condemned the Russian legislation as a
"full-throttle attack on media freedom" and said it was
"tailor-made to be selectively and politically enforced, and to
silence voices they do not want Russian people to hear."

RFE/RL
<DATA 488 ACC7>{4446:9} and VOA are overseen by the Broadcasting Board of
Governors, a U.S. agency that supervises civilian government
broadcasting and media operations. VOA is a federal entity, while
RFE/RL is a private, nonprofit organization funded by a grant
from the U.S. Congress.

With reporting from Interfax, TASS, and RIA Novosti

https://www.rferl.org/a/rferl-voa-foreign-agents-russia-justice-ministry-rt/28897401.html

See also:
https://www.voanews.com/a/russia-parliament-vote-t
<DATA 147 C346>{4446:10}o-bar-voa-rferl/4151368.html
http://bit.ly/2BAgWnN
http://bit.ly/2k0HGa6
http://bit.ly/2Af7oCA
http://bit.ly/2AdDMWj

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From Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:

Russia Declares RFE/RL, VOA 'Foreign Agents'

5 December 2017

The Russian Justice Ministry has declared Radio Free Europe/Radio
Liberty (RFE/RL), Voice of America (VOA), and several affiliated
news services "foreign agents " under new legislation that has
been criticized by Western governments and media-freedom
advocates.

A statement on the Justice Ministry website said that in
accordance with a new Russian law
<DATA 488 38BE>{4446:2}on mass media, it has decided
to list RFE/RL, VOA, Current Time TV, and RFE/RL's Tatar-Bashkir
Service, Siberia.Reality, Idel.Reality, Factograph, Kavkaz
Realii, and Crimea.Reality as "foreign mass media performing the
functions of a foreign agent."

The one-sentence Justice Ministry statement did not specify what
potential restrictions the media outlets could face, but
lawmakers have said designated media could be subjected to
detailed financial-reporting requiremen
<DATA 488 BA09>{4446:3}ts and required to label
published material as coming from a foreign agent.
Russia To Consider Further Steps Against U.S. Media

A Russian bill enabling the government to designate any foreign
media outlet a "foreign agent" passed quickly through parliament
and was signed by President Vladimir Putin on November 25.

RFE/RL President Thomas Kent said that the broadcaster was aware
of the Justice Ministry's announcement but has "received no
details of what this design
<DATA 488 E8AD>{4446:4}ation may mean for us."

"We will study all communications from the ministry and other
Russian official organizations carefully," he added. "At the same
time, we remain committed to continuing our journalistic work in
the interests of providing accurate and objective news to our
Russian-speaking audiences."

The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) called
on Russia's Justice Ministry to "immediately reverse its
anti-press action."

"It is reprehen
<DATA 488 9F7B>{4446:5}sible that Russia, which restricts its own
independent, critical media, is now taking action to obstruct the
work of international outlets that provide a vital alternative
news source to Russian citizens," CPJ Europe and Central Asia
Program Coordinator Nina Ognianova said in a December 5
statement.

Russian officials have said the law is a "symmetrical response"
after state-funded channel RT -- which U.S. authorities accuse of
spreading propaganda -- was required to
<DATA 488 4D90>{4446:6} register its U.S.
operating unit under the U.S. Foreign Agents Registration Act
(FARA).

U.S. officials say the action is not symmetrical, arguing that
the U.S. and Russian laws are different and that Russia uses its
"foreign-agent" legislation to silence dissent and discourage a
free exchange of ideas.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on December 4
that media outlets designated as foreign agents would not be
stripped of their accreditation with
<DATA 488 F260>{4446:7}the ministry and would be
able to "go ahead with journalistic activity in Russia calmly and
without any hindrances."

However, the State Duma is expected to pass a bill this week that
would bar U.S. media outlets that are designated as foreign
agents from entering the lower house of parliament. A senior
lawmaker in the Federation Council said the upper parliament
house will also consider a ban.

Both chambers are dominated by the ruling United Russia party and
do t
<DATA 488 AD32>{4446:8}he Kremlin's bidding.

The European Union has said the Russia legislation "goes against
Russia's human rights obligations and commitments" and called it
a "threat to free and independent media and access to
information."

Human Rights Watch has condemned the Russian legislation as a
"full-throttle attack on media freedom" and said it was
"tailor-made to be selectively and politically enforced, and to
silence voices they do not want Russian people to hear."

RFE/RL
<DATA 488 ACC7>{4446:9} and VOA are overseen by the Broadcasting Board of
Governors, a U.S. agency that supervises civilian government
broadcasting and media operations. VOA is a federal entity, while
RFE/RL is a private, nonprofit organization funded by a grant
from the U.S. Congress.

With reporting from Interfax, TASS, and RIA Novosti

https://www.rferl.org/a/rferl-voa-foreign-agents-russia-justice-ministry-rt/28897401.html

See also:
https://www.voanews.com/a/russia-parliament-vote-t
<DATA 147 C346>{4446:10}o-bar-voa-rferl/4151368.html
http://bit.ly/2BAgWnN
http://bit.ly/2k0HGa6
http://bit.ly/2Af7oCA
http://bit.ly/2AdDMWj

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From Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:

Russia Declares RFE/RL, VOA 'Foreign Agents'

5 December 2017

The Russian Justice Ministry has declared Radio Free Europe/Radio
Liberty (RFE/RL), Voice of America (VOA), and several affiliated
news services "foreign agents " under new legislation that has
been criticized by Western governments and media-freedom
advocates.

A statement on the Justice Ministry website said that in
accordance with a new Russian law on mass media, it has decided
to list RFE/RL, VOA, Current Time TV, and RFE/RL's Tatar-Bashkir
Service, Siberia.Reality, Idel.Reality, Factograph, Kavkaz
Realii, and Crimea.Reality as "foreign mass media performing the
functions of a foreign agent."

The one-sentence Justice Ministry statement did not specify what
potential restrictions the media outlets could face, but
lawmakers have said designated media could be subjected to
detailed financial-reporting requirements and required to label
published material as coming from a foreign agent.
Russia To Consider Further Steps Against U.S. Media

A Russian bill enabling the government to designate any foreign
media outlet a "foreign agent" passed quickly through parliament
and was signed by President Vladimir Putin on November 25.

RFE/RL President Thomas Kent said that the broadcaster was aware
of the Justice Ministry's announcement but has "received no
details of what this designation may mean for us."

"We will study all communications from the ministry and other
Russian official organizations carefully," he added. "At the same
time, we remain committed to continuing our journalistic work in
the interests of providing accurate and objective news to our
Russian-speaking audiences."

The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) called
on Russia's Justice Ministry to "immediately reverse its
anti-press action."

"It is reprehensible that Russia, which restricts its own
independent, critical media, is now taking action to obstruct the
work of international outlets that provide a vital alternative
news source to Russian citizens," CPJ Europe and Central Asia
Program Coordinator Nina Ognianova said in a December 5
statement.

Russian officials have said the law is a "symmetrical response"
after state-funded channel RT -- which U.S. authorities accuse of
spreading propaganda -- was required to register its U.S.
operating unit under the U.S. Foreign Agents Registration Act
(FARA).

U.S. officials say the action is not symmetrical, arguing that
the U.S. and Russian laws are different and that Russia uses its
"foreign-agent" legislation to silence dissent and discourage a
free exchange of ideas.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on December 4
that media outlets designated as foreign agents would not be
stripped of their accreditation with the ministry and would be
able to "go ahead with journalistic activity in Russia calmly and
without any hindrances."

However, the State Duma is expected to pass a bill this week that
would bar U.S. media outlets that are designated as foreign
agents from entering the lower house of parliament. A senior
lawmaker in the Federation Council said the upper parliament
house will also consider a ban.

Both chambers are dominated by the ruling United Russia party and
do the Kremlin's bidding.

The European Union has said the Russia legislation "goes against
Russia's human rights obligations and commitments" and called it
a "threat to free and independent media and access to
information."

Human Rights Watch has condemned the Russian legislation as a
"full-throttle attack on media freedom" and said it was
"tailor-made to be selectively and politically enforced, and to
silence voices they do not want Russian people to hear."

RFE/RL and VOA are overseen by the Broadcasting Board of
Governors, a U.S. agency that supervises civilian government
broadcasting and media operations. VOA is a federal entity, while
RFE/RL is a private, nonprofit organization funded by a grant
from the U.S. Congress.

With reporting from Interfax, TASS, and RIA Novosti

https://www.rferl.org/a/rferl-voa-foreign-agents-russia-justice-ministry-rt/28897401.html

See also:
https://www.voanews.com/a/russia-parliament-vote-to-bar-voa-rferl/4151368.html
http://bit.ly/2BAgWnN
http://bit.ly/2k0HGa6
http://bit.ly/2Af7oCA
http://bit.ly/2AdDMWj

^r
 

 

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From Deutsche Welle:

Christmas market in Germany begs visitors to stop coming

Thousands of visitors caused chaos as they flocked to the
idyllic forest market in Velen near the Dutch border, a
village of only 75 people. Some 85 million people visit
Germany's Christmas markets every year.

Elizabeth Schumacher
7 December 2017

A Christmas market in the German town of Velen has had to implore
visitors to stop coming after a heavy influx of tourists
descended on the tiny village near the Dutch border.

"As a result of the massive rush of visitors we must cancel this
event!" organizers from Velen's small hamlet of Landgut Krumme
wrote on Facebook, "the Christmas market in the forest remains a
market for visitors from the area!"

The post asked that people from outside the region find another
place to get their mulled wine and holiday handicrafts: "Thank
you for understanding."

Tourists from all over Germany and neighboring countries,
especially Belgium and the Netherlands, flock to the country's
December markets to enjoy drinks, treats and the festive
atmosphere.
 

Looking at the pictures both on social media and those promoted
by the tourism board of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia,
where Velen lies, it is not difficult to see why people would
converge on the community's Christmas market.

Tucked inside an idyllic forest northwest of Dortmund, the market
also boasted a "living Nativity" scene and locally-made
delicacies.

But this proved too popular for Landgut Krumme, which local
newspaper Westdeutsche Allegemeine Zeitung wrote has only 75
inhabitants. On the first weekend of advent, thousands gathered
in the hamlet, blocking the small streets for several kilometers
in every direction.
 

According to the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, a daily from Cologne –
the site of Germany's most-visited Christmas markets – the number
of foreign guests to the markets more than doubled over the past
few years, and each year a total of about 85 million visitors
make their way to the holiday staple.

The tradition of Christmas markets in Germany-speaking countries
dates back to the Middle Ages, with the oldest thought to have
started in Vienna in 1298 and the most famous being Nuremberg's
"Christkindlmarkt."

http://www.dw.com/en/christmas-market-in-germany-begs-visitors-to-stop-coming/a-41688030


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Von der Deutschen Welle:

Weihnachtsmarkt in Deutschland bittet die Besucher, nicht mehr zu kommen

Tausende von Besuchern verursachten ein Chaos, als sie zu  einem idyllischen

Waldweihnachtsmarkt bei Velen strömten.

Diese Gemeinde (Landgut Krumme) nahe der niederländischen Grenze hat nur 75 Einwohner.
Rund 85 Millionen Menschen besuchen Deutschlands Weihnachtsmärkte jedes Jahr.

Elizabeth Schumacher
7. Dezember 2017

Ein Weihnachtsmarkt (nahe) der deutschen Stadt Velen hat  flehentlich Besucher

gebeten, ihre Anreise abzubrechen,  nachdem es zu einem starken Zustrom von Touristen
auf das winzige Dorf in der Nähe der niederländischen Grenze gekommen ist.

"Als Folge eines massiven Ansturms der Besucher müssen wir das Ereignis absagen"..

und:   "der Weihnachtsmarkt im Wald bleibt ein Markt für Besucher aus der Gegend!"
schrieben die Organisatoren von Velen's  kleinem Weiler   (Weiler=kleines Dorf)

vom Landgut Krumme auf Facebook.

In dem Posting bat man darum, dass die Menschen von außerhalb der Region sich einen

anderen Ort aussuchen sollten, um ihren Glühwein und Kunsthandwerk zu bekommen: "Danke
für Ihr Verständnis".

Touristen aus ganz Deutschland und den benachbarten Ländern, insbesondere

Belgien und der Niederlande, strömen auf die Dezember-Märkte des Landes,

um Getränke und  Leckereien zu genießen  und sich an der festlichen Atmosphäre

zu erfreuen.
 

Mit Blick auf die Bilder sowohl in den sozialen Medien als auch auf die vom

Touristenverband des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen beworbenen, wo Velen liegt,

ist es nicht schwer zu verstehen, warum Menschen auf den Weihnachtsmarkt

dieser Gemeinde geströmt sind..

Versteckt in einem idyllischen Wald nordwestlich von Dortmund,  rühmte sich

der Markt auch für eine "lebendige Krippe" - Szene und einheimische

Köstlichkeiten.

Aber dies erwies sich als zu populär für das Landgut Krumme, welches laut lokaler
Presse, der Westdeutschen Allgemeinen Zeitung,  nur 75 Einwohner hat..

Am ersten Adventswochenende versammelten sich Tausende
in dem kleinen Dorf und blockierten die schmalen Straßen über mehrere Kilometer
in alle Richtungen.

Laut dem Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, einer Tagszeitung aus Köln -
dem Gebiet, in dem es die meist besuchten Weihnachtsmärkte Deutschlands gibt –

hat sich die Zahl von ausländischen Gästen auf diesen Märkten in den vergangenen Jahren

mehr als verdoppelt. Und jedes Jahr machen sich insgesamt rund 85 Millionen Besucher
auf den Weg zu den  Feiertags-Begehrlichkeiten..


Die Tradition der Weihnachtsmärkte in deutschsprachigen Ländern
stammt aus dem Mittelalter. Der vermutlich älteste Markt begann in

Wien im Jahre 1298 und der berühmteste ist wohl der "Christkindlmarkt."

in Nürnberg.

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 




 

 

 

 

 






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India to Phase out 'Petcoke' Imports After AP Investigation

AP 6 Dec 2017

NEW DELHI - India's government says it plans to phase out imports
of a dirty fuel known as petroleum coke, or "petcoke," after an
Associated Press investigation found U.S. oil refineries are
exporting vast quantities of the product to India.

But when it comes to domestic use, the Indian government seems to
be going in a different direction. The government this week
argued in court that restrictions on petcoke around polluted New
Delhi should be eased for certain low-impact industries. The move
has infuriated environmentalists.

The AP investigation found the U.S. sold about 20 times more
petcoke to India last year than it did six years earlier after
U.S. refineries struggled to sell the product at home. In 2016,
the U.S. sent more than 8 million metric tons of petcoke to
India, enough to fill the Empire State Building eight times over.

Petcoke is a bottom-of-the-barrel leftover from the refining of
Canadian tar sands crude and other heavy oils. It's cheaper and
burns hotter than coal. But laboratory tests on imported petcoke
used near New Delhi found it contained 17 times more sulfur than
the limit set for coal.

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A day after the AP investigation was published, Ind an Petroleum
and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said the government
was formulating a policy to end imports.

"We are planning to implement a system to stop imports and use
home-produced petcoke for non-polluting sectors, such as cement
production," Pradhan said on Saturday, according to the Press
Trust of India news agency.

He said fuel-hungry India consumes about 25 million metric tons
of petcoke each year, nearly half of which is imported.

On Monday, the environment ministry argued in an affidavit
against a ban on the use of petcoke and furnace oil in New Delhi
and the surrounding states of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and
Rajasthan. The Supreme Court imposed the ban on the three states
in October after environmentalist M.C. Mehta filed a petition.
The fuels were already banned in the capital.

The ministry said it wanted certain industries such as cement
manufacturing to be able to use a small amount of petcoke for
about a year until they could come up with alternatives.


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But Mehta on Wednesday said petcoke has a big impact.

"There is an environmental emergency with New Delhi as one of the
most polluted cities in the world. Pollution levels go up by 50
percent if you are burning petcoke," he said. "Is this government
a custodian of people's life and health or is it there to benefit
some industrialists?"

Mehta said the government typically only takes action on the
environment when forced by the Supreme Court, which in India
takes an unusually proactive approach to environmental issues.

Polash Mukherjee, an environmentalist with the Center For Science
and Environment, said the ban was important for ensuring clean
air until industries move to cleaner fuels or install emission
control measures.

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