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Parties and Police in the streets of Paris

by The Editor 4 hours ago

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica; min-height: 14.0px} After roaring celebrations in France on Sunday with millions taking to the streets the second round of parties has begun to welcome the team home. Yesterday the French team was met with flags, flares and hundreds of thousands of fans as they toured the city in an open top bus. To top of the night, the team were invited to an event hosted by President Macron and his wife boasting a guest list of 3000.  The team also received the highest military or civilian honour the legion d’honneur for their tremendous effort in this years’ tournament.  However, It wasn’t all jubilant celebration as police clashed with several group

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Trump and Putin meet in Helsinki

by The Editor 1 day ago

Presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump meet in Helsinki for their first official Summit amongst a background of anti-Trump and Anti-Putin demonstrations. Both leaders arrived late to the event and had a brief introductory meeting with media before entering into private discussions with only their respective interpreters present. As of yet the content of these discussions has not been hinted at. The Summit which has no official agenda seems split between contending agendas. Russia’s top topics appear to be normalising bilateral relations, Ukraine, terrorism and Korea whilst American interests lie in Trade, China and New START, the nuclear weapon treaty. It is unclear at this point whether any concrete progress will be made or whether the mismatched agenda and softer 'im

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France wins thrilling World Cup final over over Croatia to lift the trophy for the first time in 20 years

by The Editor 1 day ago

MOSCOW – France powered its way to the second World Cup title in its history on Sunday, storming past Croatia at Luzhniki Stadium in a dominant 4-2 triumph.After what will probably be known as one of the most exciting World Cups in history Didier Deschamps takes his team home with the World Cup trophy, making him only the third man to do so as both player and manager. The final was a fitting testament to an exceptional tournament with the most goals ever scored in a world cup final, the second teenager to score in the world cup since Pele in 1958, a pitch invasion by Pussy Riot and Putin got the only umbrella.  Croatia fought tooth and nail throughout, dominating France with 61% possession and almost twice as many shots at goal (15 to 8). Despite Croatia only giving away o

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Anti-Trump Troupe in Athens

by The Editor 4 days ago

Rev. Billy and The Stop Shopping Choir have taken their unique brand of anti-consumerism from the streets of New York to the heart of Athens. Staging an anti-trump event in Syntagma square yesterday, with a following performance today, the satirical faux-evangelical preacher and his 20-strong choir where far from shy. They made full use of a megaphone accompanied by full-blown gospel singing to put across their political views aimed at ruffling conservative feathers back in the US.    

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Bear in the street Romania

by Lars Brask Frederiksen 4 days ago

Bears are looking for food near villages in Romania. If You have pictures or video to document the bears, please upload to Indieframe.You can see the Vidoe her: https://www.indieframe.com/media/125564

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Online surveillance in Russia | IndieFrame user testimonial

by The Editor 6 days ago

ICYMI or 'Yarovaya laws' is a set of rules regarding private data in Russia, that came into effect 1st of July 2018. From the beginning of the current month, cellphone and Internet companies operating in Russian (online) territory must:Store user messages and phone conversations up to six monthsGive security services access at requestHand over encryption keysThe law is based on the anti-terror Russian internal and foreign policy and was co-authored by conservative United Russia lawmaker Irina Yarovaya.Man wears anti-Putin t-shirt in Smolensk, RussiaHere's how the law affects individual freedom of speech and data privacy, but also web based companies that operate in RussiaEvgeny Morev is a Russian IndieFrame user since early June, 2018, before ICYMI came into force. In July, Evgeny tried to

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IBCPC Dragon Boat Festival | Photos

by The Editor 1 week ago

The IBCPC Dragon Boat Festival is held every four years under the auspices of the International Breast Cancer Paddler’s Commission. The Festival is an international non-competitive participatory event targeting Breast Cancer Survivors teams who engage in Dragon Boat activities as post-operative rehabilitation. Born from the idea of a Canadian sports medicine physician, Doctor Don McKenzie about twenty years ago, Dragon Boat paddling has become a rehabilitation therapy for tens of thousands of men and women worldwide, who have undergone surgery.For the first time since its institution in 2005, the IBCPC FESTIVAL will be held in Europe – in Italy! The Florence 2018 Festival will involve 129 teams from 17 countries , and for the very first time ALL the continents are represented.Orga

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Best art photos from Roskilde Festival 2018 scene on IndieFrame

by The Editor 1 week ago

Explore #RF18 best art scene photography and videos from performances, talks and installations on IndieFrame. Smartphone reporters and photographers are closely following this year's innovative projects. Main theme of Roskilde Festival 2018 is Art & Equality, with a focus on activism.:: Artists performing 'The Serpent of Capitalism', a carnavalesque criticism to post-capitalist system at RF18 :::: 'Music Meets Technology' - ADDA KALEH (RO/US) at Klub Rå, RF18, 05.07.2018 :::: SEE VIDEO :::: Street Art at RF18 :::: Dream City project at RF18 :::: The Library Camping at RF18 ::Have more photos and videos from the RF18 art scene?Upload to IndieFrame via App or Web!All photos by  @lcvbild | IndieFrame  

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Smartphone America, as seen by non-US citizen reporters in photos

by Ioan Pupila 1 week ago

You hear it in the news, on your everyday social media feeds and various sources on the world web. But how do people look into today's American landscape? To find out, here's a brief selection of photo-video content from our smartphone reporters in USA. See how people's perspectives looked like in the past year on today's 4th of July - Independence Day 2018 anniversary:American Airlines take off - Photo: Allan J. Kortsen | IndieFrameUSA and North Korea space program - installation Nice carnival - Photo: geowebro / IndieFrameMarch for our lives - Gun control demo NYC, 24.03.2018 - Photo: Benjamin Kodbol / IndieFrame'Stop NRA' banner,  March for our lives - NYC, 24.03.2018 -Photo: Benjamin Kodbol / IndieFrameAmericans prepare for Irma hurricane in local community Leesburg, Flo

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Are you corrupt? - Transparency International debate at #RF18 [Photos]

by The Editor 1 week ago

Corruption in Denmark was the subject to Roskilde Festival 2018 talks and debates Tuesday, 3rd of July. Lars Trier Mogensen and Jesper Olsen from Transparency International (Photos by @lcvbild on IndieFrame) were guests in the debate, that focused on how corruption looks in Denmark.The talk was held in collaboration with Transparency International and moderated by Christoffer Emil Bruun.Debate: Are you corrupt? - Roskilde festival, 03.06.2018 | Photo: Lars Christian Vibild, IndieFrameAccording to the Corruption Perceptions Index 2017 from Transparency International, Denmark ranks second place out of 180 countries and it has consistently been in the top-4 since the publication of the first report in 1995.:: Cover Photo - @lcvbild | IndieFrame 

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