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Fifa agrees to release Garcia report

Fifa changes its mind and agrees to publish a "legally appropriate version" of a disputed report into allegations of World Cup bidding corruption.

Eight children found dead in Cairns

Eight children are found dead at a home in Cairns, Australia, reportedly after stabbings, with the mother of at least seven suffering stab wounds.

Kurds 'break IS mountain siege'

Kurdish forces in northern Iraq say they have broken Islamic State's siege of Mount Sinjar, claiming their biggest victory yet against the militants.

Pakistan army 'kills 59 Taliban'

Pakistan's military says it has killed 59 Taliban militants in several operations, days after the Taliban massacre at a school in Peshawar.

Birds 'fled day before US tornadoes'

Tracking data reveals that golden-winged warblers fled one day before the April 2014 US tornado outbreak, probably because they "heard it coming".

Apple 'deeply offended' by BBC story

Apple has said it is "deeply offended" by a BBC investigation into conditions for workers involved in manufacturing its devices.

Turkey releases Gulen-linked editor

A court releases a top newspaper editor but says four others must stay in custody as part of a crackdown on support for cleric Fethullah Gulen.

Russia warns US over sanctions bill

Russia has warned that a new US law authorising fresh sanctions against Moscow could damage relations between the two countries "for a long time".

Kenya leader signs tough security law

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta signs into law a controversial anti-terror bill which sparked fighting between MPs in parliament on Thursday.

Stem cell scandal scientist resigns

A Japanese stem cell scientist at the heart of a scandal over false claims and fabricated research has resigned.

Talks 'failed to save IS hostage'

Details emerge of an attempt to secure the release of kidnapped US aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig before he was killed by Islamic State militants.

Pilot jailed over deadly China crash

A Chinese court has jailed a pilot for three years over a 2010 crash in Heilongjiang province that left 44 people dead.

New record for deepest fish

Fish are filmed more than 8,000m down in the Mariana Trench - the deepest place on Earth.

Man finds Elizabeth Gallagher for trip

A Canadian man finds a woman with the same name as his ex-girlfriend to travel with after booking a three-week holiday before they split up.

Sony hack is 'US security issue'

The cyber attack on Sony that forced a major film release to be pulled is being viewed as a national security matter, the White House says.

US Secret Service is too 'insular'

The agency guarding the US president is too insular and must recruit its next head externally, a review prompted by a White House security breach says.

US Congress threat to Cuba thaw

Opponents of President Barack Obama's new Cuba policy threaten to block his efforts to restore diplomatic relations after 50 years of hostility.

Troops sent to Mexico vigilante town

Hundreds of federal security forces are on patrol in the western Mexican town of La Ruana after a deadly shootout between rival vigilante groups.

Nigeria 'outraged' by mass kidnap

Nigeria's government said it is "outraged and deeply saddened" after militants attacked a remote village and reportedly kidnapped about 200 people.

Nigeria in new bid to defend naira

Nigeria's central bank brings in further measures to support its currency, the naira, which fell to record lows this week.

Appeal against Mumbai suspect bail

A Pakistani government prosecutor says he is challenging the bail granted to a man accused of being behind the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.

HK tycoon found guilty of corruption

Hong Kong property tycoon Thomas Kwok and a former government official have been found guilty in the city's biggest-ever corruption case.

Man crashes car into Spain party HQ

A ruined Spanish businessman drives a car carrying gas cylinders into the front of the governing Popular Party's headquarters in Madrid, police say.

EU needs 'long-term' Russia strategy

The European Union needs a "plan for years" towards Russia, Donald Tusk says, chairing his first summit as European Council president.

Israel brands peace plan 'gimmick'

Israel says a Palestinian effort to set a three-year deadline for it to end its occupation of Palestinian territories is a "gimmick".

Tests claim Ebosse died from beating

New tests claim Cameroon player Albert Ebosse died in Algeria after a beating and not from an object thrown by fans.

Toddler's parents cleared of murder

The parents of Levi-Blu Cassin are cleared of his murder at Birmingham Crown Court - but convicted of causing or allowing his death.

Killed PC 'may have been recognised'

An off-duty PC who died after being attacked in Liverpool city centre might have been recognised as a officer, the chief constable says.

Companies face 'bloodbath' in Russia

The chief executive of Renault Nissan says manufacturers in Russia are facing a "bloodbath" because of the plunge in the value of the rouble.

Trade deal protest falls on deaf ears

Anti-trade deal protesters vent their anger in Brussels but EU leaders have already gone home.

China revises up 2013 economy size

China revises up the size of its economy in 2013 by 3.4%, which works out to about the size of Malaysia's economic output.

'Sierra Leone has become part of me'

Ex-Sierra Leone manager Johnny McKinstry, appointed at 27, recounts his departure from the Ebola-hit West African country.

Howard fears for Mignolet confidence

Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard warns Simon Mignolet he faces a "hard road back" to regaining his Liverpool place.

Smith ton leaves Test finely poised

Captain Steve Smith's second century in two Tests helps Australia open up a slender lead over India in Brisbane.

Morricone regrets Eastwood rejection

Renowned Italian film composer Ennio Morricone tells the BBC's Will Gompertz that he regrets turning down the chance to compose music for Clint Eastwood.

SXSW sued by crash victims' families

The families of the victims of a fatal car crash at this year's South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Texas are suing its organisers.

School of Rock show set for Broadway

The musical version of the hit 2003 film School of Rock is to open on Broadway next year.

VIDEO: Airbase at heart of battle for Anbar

Quentin Sommerville reports from the Ain al-Asad air base - a linchpin in the battle against Islamic State for Iraq's Anbar province.

VIDEO: Greenpeace to aid Nazca Lines inquiry

Greenpeace will co-operate with an investigation by a Peruvian court to determine responsibility for damage caused by activists at the Nazca Lines, the group's chief executive says.

VIDEO: 'Hope' for Yazidis as siege broken

Kurdish fighters say they have broken the Islamic State siege around Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq.

VIDEO: India splashes out on art biennale

Kochi in India is hosting its second art biennale despite criticism the city can't afford to lavish so much money on the arts.

VIDEO: Farmers burn Merkel effigy at protest

Farmers burn an effigy of German Chancellor Angela Merkel outside the EU Commission building in Brussels during an anti-trade deal protest.

VIDEO: 'Easy to hack companies like Sony'

Marc Maiffret, a former hacker who is now an internet security expert, says it is easy for a hacker to break into a company Sony.

VIDEO: Escape games boom in Budapest

Why are people flocking to Hungary in order to try and escape from locked rooms?

VIDEO: Men fall victim to online 'sextortion'

Hundreds of thousands of men around the world are falling victim every year to a pernicious form of online crime.

Inside Iraqi air base as Islamic State closes in

Exclusive: Inside Iraq air base as Islamic State closes in

Mosul diaries: Poisoned by water

Residents of IS-run Mosul sick from drinking the river

Sharing Nigeria's cake

Why Nigerians clamour for riches when a relative is elected

De-radicalising Sweden's neo-Nazis

Deradicalising Sweden's neo-Nazis

Day in pictures: 19 December 2014

A selection of news photos from around the world

Should students carry guns on campus?

The battle for guns at university

How are Venezuelans coping with tumbling oil prices?

How Venezuelans are affected by falling oil prices

In pictures: Bangladesh oil spill clean-up

How local residents cope with Bangladesh oil spill

Budapest's underground escape craze

The underground escape games taking Hungary by storm

Viewpoint: Obama secures Latin legacy

Cuba policy secures Obama a Latin legacy

Putin's news conference: Five things we learned

Five things we learned from Putin's annual review


        
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Εχει πλέον ξεπεράσει τα όρια ο Μίκης Θεοδωράκης. Ενώ κανένας δεν μπορεί να αμφισβητήσει την έξοχη καλλιτεχνική του προσφορά η προσπάθειοά του να αποτελεί παράγοντα της δημόσιας ζωής τον έχει οδηγήσει στα όρια της γελοιότητας. Παρεμβαίνοντας κατά καιρούς σε λογής ζητήματα, άσχετα με την όποια καλλιτεχνική δημιουργία, έχει γίνει πιά ανέκδοτο αντιφατικότητας και ουσιαστικά παραπληροφόρησης. Στα χρόνια της καλλιτεχνικής του ακμής υπερηφανευόταν για τα βραβεία και την αναγνώριση που εξασφάλιζε από φασιστικά ουσιαστικά κυβερνήσεις που με πρόσχημα είτε τον κομμουνισμό (Σοβιετική Ενωση) είτε τον υποτιθέμενο "αδέσμευτο" σοσιαλισμό (καθεστώτα Συρίας και Κούβας) δεν δίσταζαν να βασανίζουν τους λαούς τους και να τους καταδικάζουν στην ανέχεια
και την σκληρότερη ανελεθευρία. Στα χρόνια της καλλιτεχνικής στασιμότητας η και παρακμής προχώρησε σε αντιφατικά κραυγαλέες πολιτικές πρωτοβουλίες που κάποιες φορές άγγιζαν τα όρια της ασύμβατης πολιτικής ανηθικότητας. Βουλευτής και Υπουργός της ΝΔ, άλλοτε πολέμιος κι' άλλοτε υποστηρικτής του ΚΚΕ εκμεταλλεύτηκε ακόμη και τις Ενοπλες Δυνάμεις (στρατιωτικό αεροπλάνο) για να μεταφερθεί στην Γιουγκοσλαυία του δικτάτορα Μιλόσεβιτς και να ευλογήσει τις σφαγές των "αλλόδοξων" Αλβανών από Σέρβους παραστρατιωτικούς στο Κόσοβο. Με την τάση να κινείται πάντα με το ρεύμα ώστε να προβάλεται και να ακούγεται τα έβαλε κατά καιρούς άλλοτε με την παγκοσμιοποίηση, άλλοτε με τους αμερικανούς και την Δύση ενώ τελευταία δεν δίστασε να κατακεραυνώσει και τους όποιους επικριτές του αρχιεπισκόπου προτρέποντάς τους "να πλένουν το στόμα τους" πριν τον αναφέρουν!! Ενδιάμεσα βέβαια φρόντιζε άμεσα η έμμεσα και τα οικονομικά του συμφέροντα καταγγέλοντας λ.χ. τις δαπάνες για την παράσταση του Παπαθανασίου στις Στήλες του Ολυμπίου Διός, τα αγγλόφωνασ τραγούδια στην Γιουροβίζιον και τα "λιγα λεφτα"(!) που του έδωσαν για κάποια παράσταση, νομίζω, στο Ηρώδειο. Τώρα τα έβαλε - ανάποδα - με τον Αρχιεπίσκοπο (άσχετα αν τώρα έχει δίκιο) για την επίσκεψή του στον τάφο του Γρίβα.Καλό θα είναι ο Μϊκης Θεοδωράκης να αφοσιωθεί και πάλι στην τέχνη του επιχειρώντας να ξαναδημιουργήσει μεγαλειώδεις μελωδίες όπως και κατά το παρελθόν... 

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