After fire in Moria: Survey: This is how Germans think about accepting refugees
Around a quarter are women
The question remains, what is the proportion of women, children and young people among the people on Moria. The most recent figures published by the UNHCR on September 16 do not show any own figures for Moria, but instead summarize 26,500 refugees on the Greek Aegean islands. Women make up 21 percent of people. Children and adolescents 31 percent. Of these, in turn, 70 percent are younger than twelve years.
In Moria itself, however, the composition should not differ significantly. According to figures from the camp administration, at the turn of the year 36 percent of the residents were men, 29 percent women and 35 percent children and minors aged up to 18 years.
However, women and children are likely to be overrepresented in the daily news. However, the need for women with children is also more clearly visible. Pictures of a contribution by Joko Winterscheidt and Klaas Heufer-Umlauf on Pro7 had given much more shocking impressions than the more sober contributions of the Tagesschau.
Moving photo: The photos taken by an AP photographer on September 12 of a woman with her child appeared twice on the Tagesschau’s Twitter channel. (Source: Screenshot Twitter)
Media scientist: Relationship in media is right
And the Tagesschau had to be reproached in a study by the University of Mainz for having clearly overemphasized women and children in the refugee crisis in 2015. The media researchers had compared statistical information on socio-demographic characteristics and criminality of immigrants with reports and images. In the daily news reports evaluated, women and children were seen a little more often than their share of the refugees. Overall, the relationship in the media was right.
We compared content analysis data with statistical information (BKA; BAMF): age, gender, origin were almost exactly depicted by the media. Violence- (74%) & Sex offenses (15%) were overrepresented in the media (2/3) compared to the statistics (28% u 1%) pic.twitter.com/M8N4u1fEgu
– Pablo Jost (@pbjost) January 8, 2019 After a fire in Moria: Survey: This is how Germans think about the admission of refugees Moria-Brand moves t-online readers: ‘Crimes against humanity’ After a fire in the refugee camp: Germany has taken over refugees in 2015
"The media did not misrepresent the facts in the ‘refugee crisis’", summarized one of the authors on Twitter. "They reported unilaterally, but not entirely in favor of the immigrants."
And the media also show pictures that you supposedly do not see in them – even if the AfD claims otherwise, in order to undermine trust in the media.
Sources used: Own research YouTube: "The daily news does not show these pictures from Moria! – Gabriele Walger-Demolsky (AfD)"UNHCR: Explainer: Relocation of unaccompanied children from Greece to other EU countries UNHCR Greece: Aegean Islands Weekly Snapshot (PDF Download) Lesvospost.gr: Statistics on the refugee situation on the North Aegean Islands (Greek) SZ.de: "Lying press allegations are not tenable"Study at the University of Mainz: In the footsteps of the lying pressmore sourcesshow less sources
Lesbos (AP) – A good week after the major fire in the Moria migrant camp on Lesbos, according to official information, more than 5000 people have now gone to the new tent camp of Kara Tepe on the Greek island.
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"We want that we will soon – if possible today – accommodate another 5000 people (in the tent camp)"Greek Citizen Protection Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis told the Athens TV channel Skai on Friday. Meanwhile, the Federal Ministry of the Interior announced that the admission of up to 150 unaccompanied minors from the burned down migrant camp Moria may begin before the end of the month.
Hundreds of people stood in front of the entrance of the Kara Tepe camp, as the state television (ERT) showed. Many of them spent the night in front of the camp entrance so that they could be picked up quickly. The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) stated that the action had so far proceeded without the use of force by the Greek security authorities.
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Before people go to the camp, they have to do a corona test. According to preliminary information from the Greek health authority, 187 people tested corona-positive, as a spokesman for the authority announced. They were isolated in the tent camp. Humanitarian organizations complain that there is insufficient health care in the camp. The government in Athens denied this.
The spokesman for the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Steve Alter, announced in Berlin that the admission of up to 150 unaccompanied minors might start in September. After the fire disaster last week, Germany and ten other European countries agreed to accept a total of 400 underage refugees who had lived without their parents on the Greek island of Lesbos. Greek media reported that among the 400 children and young people there were two young Afghans who had since been arrested. She and four other Afghans are suspected of having started the fires in Moria.
After the major fire in the Moria camp, a good 12,000 migrants were left homeless on Lesbos last week. Many hesitate to move into the new camp; they fear being locked up there and are instead demanding that they be taken from the island to the mainland. This is also what humanitarian organizations are calling for. Athens is sticking to the EU’s agreement with Turkey from 2016, which means that all migrants must remain on the islands until their asylum procedure has been completed. Those who do not get asylum have to return to Turkey.
A special squad of the Greek police, including 70 women, has been trying since Thursday to persuade families in particular to go to the camp. So far, the action is going well, said a police officer on the Skai radio station. After that, the riot police are also supposed to visit the migrants who vehemently refuse to go to the camp. Leaflets were used to inform everyone that the only way out of Lesbos was through an asylum procedure. And that only happens if you go to the camp.
According to information from police sources, the most difficult phase will occur in the coming days. There are around 1,500 radical migrants hiding on the island’s hills. Most of these people’s asylum applications have been rejected. But they see the chaotic conditions after the fire in the Moria camp as a last chance to be brought to the mainland for humanitarian reasons. The police have therefore brought strong units to Lesbos.
Meanwhile, a 42-year-old migrant from Syria was arrested on the island of Samos. He is said to have called on the migrants in the Samos camp last Tuesday to start a fire. He is also believed to be responsible for a fire that broke out outside the Samos camp on the evening of September 15. The Greek police have already arrested six Afghans as suspected arsonists in the Moria fire on the island of Lesbos.
Meanwhile, the organization condemned Reporters Without Borders (RSF) "the arbitrary and sometimes violent restrictions on the freedom of the press by the Greek police" on Lesbos. "The strategy of the Greek authorities is clear: They want to prevent journalists, sometimes even using violence, from reporting on how they deal with the crisis situation in Moria", complained managing director Christian Mihr. This not only violates the right of the media to freely document and evaluate the inhumane conditions there. It also restricts the international public’s right to independent coverage of such a pressing topical issue.
The German Association of Journalists called on the Foreign Office to campaign for free reporting from Moria as part of the German EU Council Presidency. "As chaotic as the situation on Lesbos may be after the fires in the Moria refugee camp, this does not justify police harassment against reporters"said the DJV federal chairman Frank Überall. "Reporting must not be allowed to fail on police truncheons."
On a return flight from Ukraine to Austria, passengers on board had to struggle with nausea. A team of doctors was ready to take care of the passengers when they landed at the airport in Klagenfurt.
About 40 passengers from Austria suffered so badly from nausea on their return flight from Ukraine that a team of doctors met them at the airport in Klagenfurt. The police confirmed media reports on Thursday.
"Before taking off from Lviv, around half of the participants complained of symptoms that were similar to poisoning"said a police spokesman. According to media reports, members of a group of more than 80 people suffered from fever and vomiting.
The passengers had to stay in the plane on Wednesday evening until a doctor examined them. At first it was unclear whether it was a contagious disease. 18 passengers with more severe symptoms were taken to hospital as a precaution. However, they were able to leave the clinic a few hours later.
Sources used: dpa
There is hardly a woman who does not suffer from nausea in the first few weeks of pregnancy. Fortunately, these pregnancy symptoms can be alleviated. Find out what really helps against pregnancy sickness here.
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When does pregnancy sickness occur?
The typical pregnancy sickness, which affects three out of four women, occurs between the 6th week of pregnancy (SSW) and the 12th week of pregnancy. This discomfort is a natural sign that the body is adjusting to the new state and the growing baby. Many pregnant women feel particularly bad in the morning. A rebellious stomach and nausea, however, can appear at intervals throughout the day and into the evening.
Pregnancy with multiple babies and factors such as stress or worry can make nausea worse. Predisposition also plays a role: women whose mothers already suffered from pregnancy sickness are three times more likely to be affected themselves.
How Long Does Nausea Last During Pregnancy?
Nausea is triggered by an increased level of the hormone HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), which is responsible for maintaining pregnancy. Its concentration usually drops again after the third month of pregnancy. The nausea will gradually subside and eventually go away.
Experts also explain the unpleasant side effects at the beginning of pregnancy by the fact that the mother-to-be’s body first has to get used to the pregnancy and that the immune system deals with the child’s organism. It learns not to look at the growing new life as a foreign body. The nausea is a clear sign of this process. In addition, statistically speaking, women struggling with pregnancy sickness are less likely to have miscarriages.
When to take medication for pregnancy sickness
Sometimes the nausea is so stressful that the expectant mother feels sick and can no longer go to work. If a pregnant woman vomits more often during the day and loses more than five percent of her weight, this must be examined by a doctor and possibly treated with medication. Frequent vomiting and low food consumption can dry out the body and upset the acid and base balance.
Homeopathic remedies for sickness during pregnancy
Homeopathic remedies should only be used very carefully during pregnancy and in consultation with a gynecologist. Some remedies, such as the fever-lowering willow bark, if used incorrectly or if dosed, can trigger premature labor in the worst case.
These nine tips will help with pregnancy sickness
Pregnant women can use these methods to alleviate the symptoms:
1. Avoid stimulants: Pregnant women should avoid coffee as much as possible. Cigarettes and alcohol are strictly prohibited. Active ingredients contained in it can not only harm the child, but they also fuel the discomfort.
2. Breakfast in bed: in the early morning the blood sugar level is low in many pregnant women, which makes them nausea. One trick, however, is to have a bite to eat before you get up and then lie down for about twenty minutes. Rusks, crispbreads and biscuits or dried fruit are digestible. Some women also find it helpful to drink lukewarm water or to calm their stomachs with herbal tea, ginger tea or ginger capsules.
3. Frequent, small, light meals: Luscious, high-fat meals or spicy foods increase the nausea. Therefore, pregnant women should eat smaller portions of balanced, light food throughout the day. This has the additional advantage that there is no feeling of hunger. An empty stomach can also rebel quickly.
4. Provisions for all cases: Always have light snacks with you on the go.
5. Low-acid diet: For a snack in between, for example, bananas, mangoes or peaches can be included in the diet. Water-based refreshments such as melons or cucumbers are also good because they contain little acid.