Now Jeffrey Hubbard has been found guilty of negligent homicide

Now Jeffrey Hubbard has been found guilty of negligent homicide

Martin Hoffmann, executive board member of the German-Russian Forum, warned that the commemoration of the end of the war should be used to repair the “pile of broken glass” in German-Russian relations. A lot is happening at the level of the citizens’ dialogue. But there are many stereotypes and resentments on both sides, Hoffman said on WDR 5 Morgenecho. Germany must remember that the liberation in 1945 was bought with an enormous toll in blood. One must also be grateful for Russia’s contribution to German reunification, “and that was a large part of Europe that we have today”. The 8./9. May offers the opportunity to send a signal of humility, awakening and solidarity with the peoples of the successor states of the Soviet Union.

Frankfurt / Vienna / Washington (dpa) – More than half of a thousand Austrians surveyed for a study do not know that around six million European Jews were murdered by the National Socialists during the Holocaust.

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A good third (36 percent) of all respondents and 42 percent of the younger generation, on the other hand, believe that fewer than two million Jews were murdered during the Holocaust, reported representatives of the Claims Conference, an organization that asserts claims against Holocaust survivors and descendants Germany, on Thursday.

Rüdiger Mahlo, the representative of the Claims Conference in Germany, described the results of the study as a “wake-up call” – especially since it was not an isolated case. “All studies point in the same direction,” he said, referring to similar surveys by the Claims Conference in the USA and Canada, but also by the European Commission and the news channel CNN in several European countries. According to a survey published by the Körber Foundation in 2017, only 59 percent of German schoolchildren over the age of 14 knew that Auschwitz-Birkenau was a concentration and extermination camp during World War II.

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“With each of these studies it becomes clearer that something has to be done,” Mahlo told the German press agency. “That is not an Austrian problem.” With the survey in Austria, the Claims Conference decided on a country “outside of the perpetrator heartland”, he justified the implementation of the study in the Alpine republic.

“You notice that the knowledge disappears,” said Mahlo about the results of the survey, in which most of the respondents could not name any other concentration or extermination camp apart from Auschwitz, for example. Only a quarter of the respondents knew the Dachau concentration camp and only 58 knew the Mauthausen concentration camp, which is only 160 kilometers away from Vienna.

“You have to take countermeasures,” said Mahlo in view of the study published on the Holocaust Remembrance Day of Yom HaShoah. Especially in view of the increasing spread of populism and right-wing extremist parties in Europe, the Holocaust remains a “point of reference”.

“The most problematic result (of the study) is concrete knowledge of Austrian history in relation to the Nazi past,” said Yariv Lapid, who is head of the educational department at the Holocaust Museum in Washington and who previously designed the exhibition at the Mauthausen Memorial. Austria should have created more awareness here much earlier. It is encouraging that 76 percent of those questioned in the survey were in favor of binding Holocaust mediation at all schools.

“When I was working in Mauthausen, we saw that the majority of the students arrived completely unprepared,” said Lapid. “We know that a lot of teachers don’t know how to properly approach the subject.” It is therefore necessary to better support teachers in imparting knowledge about the Holocaust.

“There is no doubt that there is interest in the subject, even if the knowledge is sketchy,” said Richelle Budd Kaplan, head of the European department of the International Education Program at the Israeli Holocaust Memorial Center Yad Vashem. Kaplan, who contributed to the creation of the catalog of questions and the scientific monitoring of the study, saw the desire of more than half of the Austrians surveyed for better teaching on the subject of the Holocaust as an encouraging sign.

A lot is happening here, she said about Yad Vashem’s collaboration with teachers, lawyers and government agencies from 40 countries. There has also been a program with Austria for almost 20 years in which more than a thousand teachers have taken part.

A week and a half after the attack, pop star Ariana Grande has now returned to Manchester. On Sunday evening the “Dangerous Woman” interpreter will give the benefit concert “One Love Manchester”. She gets support from celebrity friends.

Together with teen star Justin Bieber, the group Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Usher, Pharrell Williams, ex-One Direction star Niall Horan and Take That, the 23-year-old will perform at the Old Trafford cricket stadium.

The event is scheduled for 8.15 p.m. German time. The rbb will broadcast the concert on television and radio. There should also be a live stream on Ariana Grande’s YouTube channel. 

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With the benefit concert, Ariana Grande and her musician colleagues want to send a signal against terrorism. The proceeds will go to the victims of the attack. The concert is already sold out.

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Suicide bomber Salman Abedi blew himself up after Ariana Grande’s concert on May 22nd. 22 people were killed and 59 injured. 

Usher’s five-year-old son nearly drowned in a private swimming pool in Atlanta on Monday. It is thanks to the first responders that little Usher Raymond V. got away with it somewhat unscathed. RB star Usher (34) now publicly thanked the lifeguards.

In a statement that he sent to the US celebrity portal “People.com”, the musician emphasized: “They are real heroes and I am deeply grateful to them.” The two men pulled the little Usher Raymond V. out of the swimming pool on Monday after he got caught in the suction of the pool drain and could no longer free himself from it. The five-year-old had to be resuscitated and is still being treated in the intensive care unit.

An accident with consequences

However, the accident could have consequences: Usher’s ex-wife Tameka Foster has obtained a court hearing on custody, as reported by the US media, citing the Fulton County Superior Court. A judge then scheduled the hearing for Friday. 

Usher has already lost a son

Little Usher Raymond V. is one of two sons of singer Usher and Tameka Foster Raymond. The couple divorced in 2009 after two years of marriage. The 34-year-old Usher and his ex-wife then fought a long legal battle over custody of their children.

It’s not the first time that the singer has to worry about a child: just last year, his eleven-year-old stepson Kile Glover died in a jet ski accident that Tameka Foster brought into the relationship.

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It was speculated for a long time. Now US singer Usher has confirmed his secret wedding on television.

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On the Caribbean island of Cuba, he married his fiancée Grace Miguel, said the musician on the US talk show by Ellen DeGeneres. Usher was married to Tameka Foster between 2007 and 2009. The couple have two children together. The multiple Grammy award winner was won over with songs like “You Make Me Wanna”, “U Got It Bad” and “Yeah!” known.

What a terrible misfortune for RB singer Usher: The singer’s five-year-old son nearly drowned in a private swimming pool in Atlanta. Police spokesman Carlos Campos said the child fell on the bottom of the pool and got stuck on a drain.

The five-year-old was finally pulled out of the pool and a first-aider did cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The incident occurred on Monday afternoon. Campos said the boy was conscious and alert when a fire department ambulance arrived. He was taken to a hospital.

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The singer has to worry about a child again: just last year, his eleven-year-old stepson died in a jet ski accident.

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His little son Usher Raymond V is said to have played with his aunt according to a report by “TMZ”, Usher himself was not at home. The five-year-old is the older of his two sons, who the singer has with his ex-wife Tameka Raymond.

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Usher lost his then 11-year-old stepson Kile more than a year and a half ago. Jeffrey Hubbard has now been found guilty of negligent homicide. According to the judgment, the man used his jet ski negligently, violated boat traffic rules and caused serious physical damage. The sentence has not yet been set. Hubbard’s lawyers argued that the accident was tragic.

In the summer of 2012, Hubbard ran over Kile Glover, the stepson of the R’n’B star, on a personal watercraft on Lanier Lake near Atlanta. Glover was seriously injured in the head, and another teenager was seriously injured from the accident.

Usher’s stepson was declared brain dead in the hospital and died a few days after the accident after the life-support measures were stopped.

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RB star Usher (34) retains custody of his two sons Usher Raymond V (5) and Navivyd Ely (4). As the “People” magazine reports, a judge in the US state of Georgia rejected a motion by Usher’s ex-wife Tameka Foster to change custody. After a swimming pool accident in which the five-year-old almost drowned, the mother had obtained a court hearing.

Foster alleged that Usher did not look after the children well enough and was leaving them to the care of family members. The judge could not find any wrongdoing on the part of the singer. Usher has had custody of the boys since 2012. The parents divorced in November 2009 after two years of marriage.

Usher’s son had to be reanimated

In the accident on August 5th, the five-year-old was sucked into the pool drain and could not free himself from it. It took several men who were on the property to pull the boy out. He had to be resuscitated and taken to the hospital.

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Tel Aviv (AP) – The last Jewish resistance fighter from the Warsaw ghetto is dead. Simcha “Kazik” Rotem died in Jerusalem at the age of 94, reported the Israeli media.

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Rotem, also known as Kazik Ratajzer, was able to flee the destroyed ghetto through a sewer through a sewer in 1943 after heavy fighting against the Germans. 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin paid tribute to Rotem as the last fighters in the Warsaw ghetto. Rotem “fought against the Nazis and saved Jews,” wrote Netanyahu on Twitter. After he immigrated to Israel, he reported his heroic deeds to numerous people in Israel. “His story and the story of the uprising will be with our people forever.”

On April 19, 1943, the rebellion of Jewish insurgents began, who resisted SS units. The almost one-month struggle against the superior Germans failed on May 16, 1943. Its bloody suppression sealed the fate of most of the Warsaw Jews who had survived until then, who made up a third of the population before the war.