wtorek, 25 września 2018

Fwd: Newsletter - Die Zeit der Großmanöver

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Newsletter - Die Zeit der Großmanöver
(Eigener Bericht) - Inmitten sich verschärfender globaler Spannungen bereitet sich die Bundeswehr auf eine der größten NATO-Kriegsübungen seit dem Ende des Kalten Kriegs vor. Die Verlegung von 10.000 deutschen Soldaten mit schwerem Gerät nach Norwegen hat begonnen. Dort wird in Kürze das Manöver Trident Juncture 2018 mit über 40.000 Militärs und rund 10.000 Landfahrzeugen starten. Teil der Übung ist die abschließende Erprobung der NATO-"Speerspitze", die ab dem 1. Januar 2019 von Deutschland geführt wird. Szenario ist ein NATO-Krieg gegen einen "Angreifer", der nach Lage der Dinge nur Russland sein kann. Trident Juncture 2018 ist vorläufiger Höhepunkt einer ganzen Reihe gegen Moskau gerichteter westlicher Großmanöver. Moskau wiederum hat nach dem Urteil von Experten mit dem kürzlich beendeten Großmanöver Wostok 2018 bewiesen, dass ihm im Konfliktfall "enormer operativer Handlungsspielraum" zur Verfügung steht. Zugleich spitzt sich die Lage unter anderem mit US-Sanktionen gegen eine Abteilung von Chinas Verteidigungsministerium weiter in Richtung auf eine Weltkrise zu.

poniedziałek, 24 września 2018

Bill Evans - Waltz For Debby

Fwd: The must-see events at photokina 2018 & the making of a cinematic trailer

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The must-see events at photokina 2018 & the making of a cinematic trailer


People walk up the steps of an exhibition hall to photokina
Get your hands on the latest Canon kit, hear inspirational talks from the experts and enjoy award-winning work – there's something for everyone at photokina 2018. This imaging industry trade show is running from 26 to 29 September in Cologne, Germany.
A man and woman sit at a kitchen table with eerie yellow light coming in from outside. A film crew record them


"The biggest challenge was that our idea was too ambitious for the limited time we had. But we wanted to push the boundaries," says director Jonathan Jones, who shot a dramatic trailer in three days using the full-frame Canon EOS C700 FF.
Inside the exhibition hall at IBC 2018


Another action-packed International Broadcasting Convention showed how the broadcast industry is continuing to change. Here are the highlights from the Canon stand at IBC 2018.

Three L-series lenses on a grey background


From the first Canon camera lens to use fluorite in 1969 to the latest developments in lens technology, see the history of the L-series lens in an insightful timeline.
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Fwd: Rosenstein's fate up in the air; Kavanaugh's first interview since sexual misconduct allegations; Cosby sentencing begins

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Kavanaugh: 'I will not be intimidated into withdrawing'
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In an exclusive interview with NBC News, Rouhani accused the U.S. of adopting a hostile stance toward Iran and turning its back on diplomacy after its unilateral withdrawal from a nuclear agreement with Iran.
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Bill Cosby sentencing trial begins
Guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault, prosecutors asked the judge to sentence Cosby to 5 to 10 years in prison, while Cosby's lawyers said he should be placed under house arrest due to his age and poor health.
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Earlier this month, Officer Amber Guyger entered the wrong apartment in her building and fatally shot the man who lived there, mistaking him as a burglar.
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Music Publicist Rob Goldstone set up the Trump Tower meeting between Trump campaign officials and a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton in 2016. He tells NBC News' Cynthia McFadden what it was like for him to testify.
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