Violence invades secondary schools in France. Aggression, chaos and firearms Violence invades secondary schools in France. Aggression, chaos and firearms

Violence invades secondary schools in France. Aggression, chaos and firearms

A new poll exposes the reality of racism in Germany Know the details  A new opinion poll in Germany concludes that people of African descent are "clearly experiencing the manifestations and effects of anti-black discrimination and racism in Germany" Find out the details.  A new opinion poll revealed racist tendencies in German society and the difficult experiences of black people who are still subjected to discrimination in Germany, according to the German DW network .  It was found that more than 42 percent of respondents in the online survey live with racism in Germany, and many of them feel deprived and exposed to racism in state institutions and in daily life as well, according to the same source.  The survey officials found that anti-black racism operates through three forms: harassment of strangers, sexualization of blacks, and criminalization.  Also, more than 67 percent of respondents believe that they are "judged worse than their peers at school or university".   The world of theft in London.. Jewelry, cars and robbery of celebrities in broad daylight  The British capital, London, is living its current days with a high rate of theft crimes, the most recent of which was the burglary of the home of Arsenal football star Gabriel, which raises a number of questions about the spread of this phenomenon with the easing of the general closure procedures in the country.  The Brazilian soccer star, the Arsenal defender, lived through difficult moments when he returned to his home on the evening of August 20, to find three people waiting for him in front of the house, one of them armed with a baseball bat, asking him to hand over the car keys, before a fist fight broke out in which the player defended himself. Then the three thieves fled.  The 26-year-old armed man, Abdi Musa, was arrested after his identity was identified through the DNA fingerprints that were found in a hat he was wearing and that fell from him as a result of the fight. He was sentenced to five years in prison after admitting theft and possession of an offensive weapon.  And the "Daily Mail" website published a video clip documenting the fight of the football star and the thief who wanted to steal his car. Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta commented on the incident, saying: "Gabi showed a lot of character, as you can see his reaction immediately. The credit goes to him. After that he was fine."  And this was not the first time that an Arsenal player had to confront thieves, as two armed men tried to steal expensive watches from defender Sead Kolasinac and midfielder Mesut Ozil in 2019. While this is not an accidental theft case, it comes as part of a rising wave of this type of crime In the capital, London.  Thefts and murders in broad daylight In the same context, the model and daughter of former Formula 1 champion Tamara Ecclestone lived, at the end of 2019, a similar experience, when her home was burgled and jewelry worth $66 million was stolen. The victim said at the time that she was "angry and upset" about what happened, confirming to the local press the value of the stolen items.  These robberies are not limited to celebrities, and do not usually end peacefully, as happened in the previous two cases. A week ago, The Hindu website published the news of the death of a Sikh teenager after he received multiple stabs throughout his body, and the London police said that the crime was motivated by theft. Eyewitnesses said that the killer tried to steal a fake Gucci bag that the victim was carrying.  Another victim fell in the same way, it is about a London taxi driver who was stabbed to death by a group of 6 teenagers who tried to rob his day. According to "The Mirror" website, the driver was not the only victim. They carried out a number of armed robberies between January and February, but they were exposed after the driver was killed and arrested, and their trial is still ongoing.  The spread of crime According to Statista figures , between 2019 and 2021, London knew 62,000 burglaries documented by the city's police, 22,000 of them this year, the highest rate achieved in the number of such crimes in the last ten years.  While London thieves are rushing to steal parts of hybrid cars, especially the exhaust refinery that contains metals more expensive than gold, this type of theft increased in London alone from 154 crimes in 2018 to 2,600 in 2019, before setting a record in 2020 with 12483 A crime of this kind, which prompted the Toyota car manufacturer to take measures to reduce these thefts, on top of which is reducing the prices of the exhaust refinery to break its market value.  London thieves also tend to steal bicycles, as early this year the suburb of Hackney recorded 1,750 such crimes only between January and December.   Violence invades secondary schools in France. Aggression, chaos and firearms  In a worrying phenomenon, waves of extreme violence and chaos swept secondary schools in France recently, and the death toll rose, especially among teachers and educational frameworks, amid divergence in analyzes about the real factors and reasons behind this phenomenon.  Following the shocking reports that showed a shockingly high level of violence and crime in France during the recent period, in several spaces, from the home to the various institutions and facilities, this time attention is directed to secondary schools.  In the same context, many local media sources indicate that French parents and families today consider sending their children to school a form of risk, in light of the recent climate of violence and chaos. It has directed its calls to the authorities and concerned parties, to secure educational institutions and solve the problem at its roots.  Violence ravages French schools "The situation in secondary schools has become very worrying, as the number of incidents of assault and violence has increased sharply over the past few days in Ile-de-France," Valerie Pecres, president of the Ile-de-France regional council, said in a recent media statement.  In this context, media reports revealed that the security services had recently recorded knife altercations at Van Gogh High School, as well as assaulting supervisors at Escoffier School. Besides many skirmishes and attacks on teachers and teachers in several other schools, in successive periods of time.  For its part, the Public Security Directorate in the French capital, Paris, spoke of its efforts to restore security at the vocational high school, Jean-Baptiste Corot, which was subjected to two consecutive attacks during the past week.  After altercations and gun battles by rival gangs, in front of the school perimeter, a 15-year-old student severely assaulted the physical education teacher, who asked him to remove his hat before entering the gymnasium, amid great panic and fear among the students and the tire educational.  The Montaigne Institute in Paris also recorded a similar incident a few days earlier, when a student attacked his school, which demanded his homework, and ambulance teams immediately intervened to save the school, while the authorities pledged to send a security team and a psychological briefing team for the school students who witnessed the incident.  In a press release, the educational unions confirmed that these attacks are not isolated incidents at all, as many incidents of storming schools were repeatedly recorded, in addition to battles and altercations between students, and tear gas canisters being thrown in the corridors and corridors of institutes and others, so that students today feel intimidated and do not feel Teachers are safe while doing their homework. "These events are fueling and exacerbating the alarming climate in our workplace and profession," the statement said. The unions demanded the Paris Academy in coordination with the security services and the authorities to take the necessary measures and measures to secure the educational space.  According to the recently published SIVIS School Climate Survey, middle and high schools reported 10.2 serious incidents per 1,000 students between 2020 and 2021 compared to 12.2 between 2018 and 2019, a quarter of these incidents occurred against teachers and educational staff.  Invitations to address the phenomenon The administration of the University of Paris and the various educational unions have expressed their strong condemnation of the series of attacks on middle and high schools recently, on a continuous and horrific manner.  For his part, MP Gilles Legendre denounced this scourge that threatens peace and security in France, saying: "Violence is not acceptable anywhere, even in our schools." The mayor of Paris and Socialist presidential candidate Anne Hidalgo backed the same stance, saying: "I strongly condemn this violence and the deterioration in the school climate."  Pekris considered that restoring authority in schools stands on the list of priorities during the last stage, and that the punishment of convicts is necessary to address this phenomenon, saying: "As long as there is slippage in violence, it must be a punishment."  While everyone is sounding alarm bells about the spread of this phenomenon, experts and analysts attribute the reasons for this to the lack of the necessary human resources in the institutes, in addition to the tension experienced by students due to the health crisis after the spread of the Corona pandemic and the restrictions resulting from it, in addition to a number of students complaining about social conditions or Economic made them prey to violence and deviation.

A new poll exposes the reality of racism in Germany Know the details


A new opinion poll in Germany concludes that people of African descent are "clearly experiencing the manifestations and effects of anti-black discrimination and racism in Germany" Find out the details.

A new opinion poll revealed racist tendencies in German society and the difficult experiences of black people who are still subjected to discrimination in Germany, according to the German DW network .

It was found that more than 42 percent of respondents in the online survey live with racism in Germany, and many of them feel deprived and exposed to racism in state institutions and in daily life as well, according to the same source.

The survey officials found that anti-black racism operates through three forms: harassment of strangers, sexualization of blacks, and criminalization.

Also, more than 67 percent of respondents believe that they are "judged worse than their peers at school or university".


The world of theft in London Jewelry, cars and robbery of celebrities in broad daylight


The British capital, London, is living its current days with a high rate of theft crimes, the most recent of which was the burglary of the home of Arsenal football star Gabriel, which raises a number of questions about the spread of this phenomenon with the easing of the general closure procedures in the country.

The Brazilian soccer star, the Arsenal defender, lived through difficult moments when he returned to his home on the evening of August 20, to find three people waiting for him in front of the house, one of them armed with a baseball bat, asking him to hand over the car keys, before a fist fight broke out in which the player defended himself. Then the three thieves fled.

The 26-year-old armed man, Abdi Musa, was arrested after his identity was identified through the DNA fingerprints that were found in a hat he was wearing and that fell from him as a result of the fight. He was sentenced to five years in prison after admitting theft and possession of an offensive weapon.

And the "Daily Mail" website published a video clip documenting the fight of the football star and the thief who wanted to steal his car. Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta commented on the incident, saying: "Gabi showed a lot of character, as you can see his reaction immediately. The credit goes to him. After that he was fine."

And this was not the first time that an Arsenal player had to confront thieves, as two armed men tried to steal expensive watches from defender Sead Kolasinac and midfielder Mesut Ozil in 2019. While this is not an accidental theft case, it comes as part of a rising wave of this type of crime In the capital, London.

Thefts and murders in broad daylight
In the same context, the model and daughter of former Formula 1 champion Tamara Ecclestone lived, at the end of 2019, a similar experience, when her home was burgled and jewelry worth $66 million was stolen. The victim said at the time that she was "angry and upset" about what happened, confirming to the local press the value of the stolen items.

These robberies are not limited to celebrities, and do not usually end peacefully, as happened in the previous two cases. A week ago, The Hindu website published the news of the death of a Sikh teenager after he received multiple stabs throughout his body, and the London police said that the crime was motivated by theft. Eyewitnesses said that the killer tried to steal a fake Gucci bag that the victim was carrying.

Another victim fell in the same way, it is about a London taxi driver who was stabbed to death by a group of 6 teenagers who tried to rob his day. According to "The Mirror" website, the driver was not the only victim. They carried out a number of armed robberies between January and February, but they were exposed after the driver was killed and arrested, and their trial is still ongoing.

The spread of crime
According to Statista figures , between 2019 and 2021, London knew 62,000 burglaries documented by the city's police, 22,000 of them this year, the highest rate achieved in the number of such crimes in the last ten years.

While London thieves are rushing to steal parts of hybrid cars, especially the exhaust refinery that contains metals more expensive than gold, this type of theft increased in London alone from 154 crimes in 2018 to 2,600 in 2019, before setting a record in 2020 with 12483 A crime of this kind, which prompted the Toyota car manufacturer to take measures to reduce these thefts, on top of which is reducing the prices of the exhaust refinery to break its market value.

London thieves also tend to steal bicycles, as early this year the suburb of Hackney recorded 1,750 such crimes only between January and December.


Violence invades secondary schools in France. Aggression, chaos and firearms


In a worrying phenomenon, waves of extreme violence and chaos swept secondary schools in France recently, and the death toll rose, especially among teachers and educational frameworks, amid divergence in analyzes about the real factors and reasons behind this phenomenon.

Following the shocking reports that showed a shockingly high level of violence and crime in France during the recent period, in several spaces, from the home to the various institutions and facilities, this time attention is directed to secondary schools.

In the same context, many local media sources indicate that French parents and families today consider sending their children to school a form of risk, in light of the recent climate of violence and chaos. It has directed its calls to the authorities and concerned parties, to secure educational institutions and solve the problem at its roots.

Violence ravages French schools
"The situation in secondary schools has become very worrying, as the number of incidents of assault and violence has increased sharply over the past few days in Ile-de-France," Valerie Pecres, president of the Ile-de-France regional council, said in a recent media statement.

In this context, media reports revealed that the security services had recently recorded knife altercations at Van Gogh High School, as well as assaulting supervisors at Escoffier School. Besides many skirmishes and attacks on teachers and teachers in several other schools, in successive periods of time.

For its part, the Public Security Directorate in the French capital, Paris, spoke of its efforts to restore security at the vocational high school, Jean-Baptiste Corot, which was subjected to two consecutive attacks during the past week.

After altercations and gun battles by rival gangs, in front of the school perimeter, a 15-year-old student severely assaulted the physical education teacher, who asked him to remove his hat before entering the gymnasium, amid great panic and fear among the students and the tire educational.

The Montaigne Institute in Paris also recorded a similar incident a few days earlier, when a student attacked his school, which demanded his homework, and ambulance teams immediately intervened to save the school, while the authorities pledged to send a security team and a psychological briefing team for the school students who witnessed the incident.

In a press release, the educational unions confirmed that these attacks are not isolated incidents at all, as many incidents of storming schools were repeatedly recorded, in addition to battles and altercations between students, and tear gas canisters being thrown in the corridors and corridors of institutes and others, so that students today feel intimidated and do not feel Teachers are safe while doing their homework. "These events are fueling and exacerbating the alarming climate in our workplace and profession," the statement said. The unions demanded the Paris Academy in coordination with the security services and the authorities to take the necessary measures and measures to secure the educational space.

According to the recently published SIVIS School Climate Survey, middle and high schools reported 10.2 serious incidents per 1,000 students between 2020 and 2021 compared to 12.2 between 2018 and 2019, a quarter of these incidents occurred against teachers and educational staff.

Invitations to address the phenomenon
The administration of the University of Paris and the various educational unions have expressed their strong condemnation of the series of attacks on middle and high schools recently, on a continuous and horrific manner.

For his part, MP Gilles Legendre denounced this scourge that threatens peace and security in France, saying: "Violence is not acceptable anywhere, even in our schools." The mayor of Paris and Socialist presidential candidate Anne Hidalgo backed the same stance, saying: "I strongly condemn this violence and the deterioration in the school climate."

Pekris considered that restoring authority in schools stands on the list of priorities during the last stage, and that the punishment of convicts is necessary to address this phenomenon, saying: "As long as there is slippage in violence, it must be a punishment."

While everyone is sounding alarm bells about the spread of this phenomenon, experts and analysts attribute the reasons for this to the lack of the necessary human resources in the institutes, in addition to the tension experienced by students due to the health crisis after the spread of the Corona pandemic and the restrictions resulting from it, in addition to a number of students complaining about social conditions or Economic made them prey to violence and deviation.

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