Monaco – AAI Monaco http://aaimonaco.org/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 16:01:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://aaimonaco.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-23-150x150.png Monaco – AAI Monaco http://aaimonaco.org/ 32 32 40 years of APM Monaco celebrated as part of the Monaco Grand Prix https://aaimonaco.org/40-years-of-apm-monaco-celebrated-as-part-of-the-monaco-grand-prix/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 16:01:20 +0000 https://aaimonaco.org/40-years-of-apm-monaco-celebrated-as-part-of-the-monaco-grand-prix/ Jewelry is the finishing touch that can make any outfit look complete and polished. However, the the price of one piece can far exceed the value of his entire wardrobe. Luckily, there are ways to not spend a fortune on ornaments and look like a million bucks. Knowing the best brands that offer exceptional quality, […]]]>

Jewelry is the finishing touch that can make any outfit look complete and polished. However, the the price of one piece can far exceed the value of his entire wardrobe. Luckily, there are ways to not spend a fortune on ornaments and look like a million bucks. Knowing the best brands that offer exceptional quality, style and craftsmanship without breaking the bank can make all the difference for jewelry lovers. With a handful of brands tailoring their jewelry to this end of the market, a company with forty years of experience strikes the perfect balance between quality, design and price.

METEORITES collection a classic of APM creation

APM Monaco is a jewelry brand with a rich history in the traditional jewelry making industry. Today, APM Monaco is known for its house brand and creative designs, versatile styles and affordable prices. Founded in 1982 by Ariane Prette Monaco, the brand is now run by her son Philippe, CEO, and his wife Kika, Creative Director.
The Monegasque origin of the brand is organically linked to one of the most glamorous and famous races in the world – the Formula 1 Grand Prix based in Monaco since 1929. The passion for cars and racing is deeply rooted in the Prette family: Philippe is the five-time winner of the Ferrari Challenge Asia and his son, Louis, once won the Ferrari Challenge Europe. It is precisely for this reason that the brand celebrated its 40th anniversary at the Monaco F1 Grand Prix.
Besides honoring its origin, the race was a perfect event to celebrate its 40th anniversary, as the race attracts celebrities, models and other personalities from all over the world. APM Monaco had planned three major marquee events for this year’s race. Most notable and visible was a partnership with Monegasque F1 driver and part of the Ferrari team, Charles Leclerc. Leclerc proudly displayed the APM Monaco logo on his racing suit throughout the Grand Prix weekend.

APM’s new partner, Charles leClerc at the F1 Grand Prix Monaco 2022

APM Monaco has also teamed up with the MK Club, located near the F1 circuit in the port of Monaco and one of the trendiest nightclubs in the principality. To strengthen the brand’s traction with a younger audience and mark its anniversary, APM has entered into strategic alliances on social networks by inviting the French influencer Lena Situations in the principality to shoot content with the brand ambassador and the model Thylane Blondeau. The effects of this new marketing strategy are expected to be significant as the company will continue to release new collections every month.

Thylane Blondeau & Lena Situations at the Monaco F1 Grand Prix

Beyond the 40 years celebrated, APM Monaco has launched a 40th Anniversary, delicious collection. The Yummy collection is a light and fun collection that honors the brand’s first trademark, the teddy bear. The collection is made up of “Yummy Bears”, micro-set in a variety of colors. The collection is meant to evoke feelings of childhood and represent caring and kindness. These bears can be easily clipped onto necklaces, earrings, bracelets or any other type of jewelry to suit the style of each consumer. Stay tuned for the latest APM Monaco drops by visiting their website.

Yummy Bears from the Yummy collection

Presented by: Prestige Préfections

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The OPMC unveils the program for the new season https://aaimonaco.org/the-opmc-unveils-the-program-for-the-new-season/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 21:19:27 +0000 https://aaimonaco.org/the-opmc-unveils-the-program-for-the-new-season/ The 2022-2023 season is supported by the Princess of Hanover and promises an exceptional program rich in tributes. The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra (OPMC) has just unveiled its program for the 2022-2023 season. After two complicated years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Kazuki Yamada, artistic and musical director of the OPMC, announces a “very diverse new […]]]>

The 2022-2023 season is supported by the Princess of Hanover and promises an exceptional program rich in tributes.

The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra (OPMC) has just unveiled its program for the 2022-2023 season. After two complicated years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Kazuki Yamada, artistic and musical director of the OPMC, announces a “very diverse new season” for “one of the best orchestras in the world”.

Mozart is making a comeback. After the success of the mini-festival last year, the OPMC decided to expand it by bringing “Mozart to Monaco”. Five concerts are devoted to the composer and his great classics.

A wonderful not-to-be-missed joint venture involves the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Choir for the performance of Carmina Burana in June 2023 at the Grimaldi Forum.

Speaking of exceptional events, two film-concerts will also be organised. The first movie will be The Office of Dr. Caligari and the second will be 2001: A Space Odyssey.

There is also something to please the children. Six concerts are scheduled for them on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons. The OPMC has called on prestigious guests such as Julie Depardieu and Macha Makeïeff for the narration, which is sure to delight young audiences. The works will be diverse, including that of Homer Odyssey or the famous Nutcracker.

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A season full of tributes

Next year, the OPMC will organize two evenings dedicated to the great names of Monaco, one in honor of Princess Grace and the other in honor of Prince Albert I. In the latter case, a concert version will be performed of the last opera commissioned by the Prince: Dejaniracreated by Saint-Saëns in Monte-Carlo in 1911, but fell into oblivion at the start of the First World War.

In 2023, we will also celebrate Serge Rachmaninoff’s 150th birthday. On this occasion, three concerts will be dedicated to him, including one in the courtyard of the Prince’s Palace.

SEE ALSO: Book your concert tickets at the Prince’s Palace

Daniel Lozakovich: A young artist in residence

Finally, the OPMC welcomes a young artist in residence to show what the new generation is capable of. The 21-year-old violinist Daniel Lozakovich will give three concerts, including one at the Prince’s Palace. The artist said: “It is a great honor for me to be the artist in residence. I’m going to try a new program that will give me the opportunity to play chamber music. He added “this musical adventure will be one of the greatest moments of my career to date”.

With performances spread between the Auditorium Rainier III, the Grimaldi Forum, the Opera and the Prince’s Palace, the artists and the 51 concerts of the OPMC will thrill and enchant the entire public.

Full program and reservations: OPMC

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AS Monaco Esports welcomes the end of a season rich in learning https://aaimonaco.org/as-monaco-esports-welcomes-the-end-of-a-season-rich-in-learning/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 13:14:38 +0000 https://aaimonaco.org/as-monaco-esports-welcomes-the-end-of-a-season-rich-in-learning/ A month after the last day of the regular season in eLigue 1, AS Monaco Esports announces the end of the 2021-2022 financial year for the football simulation game, and is already looking forward to the future season. It’s the final whistle of a season rich in lessons. Faced with stiff competition in eLigue 1, […]]]>

A month after the last day of the regular season in eLigue 1, AS Monaco Esports announces the end of the 2021-2022 financial year for the football simulation game, and is already looking forward to the future season.

It’s the final whistle of a season rich in lessons. Faced with stiff competition in eLigue 1, where learning the new 2v2 format was a very rewarding experience, the team coached by Imad Mihoubi defended the colors of the Club with pugnacity until the last day of the championship against Strasbourg. , which thus ended this 2021-2022 financial year. year.

Come back stronger next year

There were some splendid victories to remember and savor. Particularly pleasing was that of RayZiaah against the future double champion of France, the Lorientais Leandro Peixoto (2-1), during the 4th day.

If the results have not always been there, AS Monaco Esports is already preparing for the future, with an intact ambition for the coming season. That of carrying high the red and white banner on the FIFA stage – which becomes EA Sports FC -, in constant evolution, on the strength of this experience of a season in this new format of competition.

ASMonaco Esports Club thanked Mino who, after a successful time in the Red and White colors, is about to leave AS Monaco Esports. The whole structure of the Club wished him the best for the rest of his career.

You can always count on AS Monaco’s ambition to become the best. The ups and downs are part of the learning process to reach the top. Climb, risk, repeat! It’s as relevant in esports as it is in the real game.

eLigue1 is FIFA’s major competition in France. bringing together the 10 best clubs in Ligue 1. The prizes are enticing with the French champion team rewarded with the title. There is €60,000 in cash prizes and 3 qualifying spots for the EA SPORTS FIFA Global Series Playoffs.

About EA Sports

EA Sports is a series of soccer video games developed and released annually by Electronic Arts under the EA Sports label. The FIFA franchise includes 18 or more languages ​​and is available in over 51 countries.

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See Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling in Barbie and Ken Costume as They Film the Movie ‘Barbie,’ Plus More Stunning Celebrity Photos This Week | Gallery https://aaimonaco.org/see-margot-robbie-and-ryan-gosling-in-barbie-and-ken-costume-as-they-film-the-movie-barbie-plus-more-stunning-celebrity-photos-this-week-gallery/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 19:59:00 +0000 https://aaimonaco.org/see-margot-robbie-and-ryan-gosling-in-barbie-and-ken-costume-as-they-film-the-movie-barbie-plus-more-stunning-celebrity-photos-this-week-gallery/ By the editors of Wonderwall.com 12:59 p.m. PDT, June 24, 2022 _ Margot Robbie chats with director Greta Gerwig before shooting a scene for their upcoming movie ‘Barbie’ in the Brentwood area of ​​Los Angeles on June 23, 2022. _ Ryan Gosling, who plays Ken, smiles between takes while filming the movie “Barbie” in Los […]]]>


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Sotheby’s expands to Monaco and Hansons hires new faces – the latest job moves in the art market https://aaimonaco.org/sothebys-expands-to-monaco-and-hansons-hires-new-faces-the-latest-job-moves-in-the-art-market/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 23:30:20 +0000 https://aaimonaco.org/sothebys-expands-to-monaco-and-hansons-hires-new-faces-the-latest-job-moves-in-the-art-market/ Sotheby’s has opened a new permanent gallery in Monaco. Laura Chester June 21, 2022 Sotheby’s Sotheby’s has opened a new permanent gallery in Monaco and hired a new director. The auction house opened a pop-up gallery in the principality last year and after […]]]>


Sotheby’s has opened a new permanent gallery in Monaco.

Sotheby’s

Sotheby’s has opened a new permanent gallery in Monaco and hired a new director.

The auction house opened a pop-up gallery in the principality last year and after strong sales decided to make it a permanent space.

Sotheby’s expansion follows record private sales across Sotheby’s France and Monaco in 2020 and 2021 as well as its successful auction of 600 lots from the Karl Largerfeld collection in Monte Carlo last year (its first in the principality in almost 25 years)

The gallery’s opening is part of its broader private sales growth strategy which includes a gallery in Aspen, Colorado, this summer and follows the launch of galleries in Palm Beach, East Hampton and Los Angeles in recent years.

For its first exhibition, which opens on July 4, just before artmonte-carlo (July 14-16), Sotheby’s has brought together a selection of works from the private collections of Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne.

The gallery at 20 avenue de la Costa in Monte Carlo will also house his Monegasque office, which will set up there.


Marc Armstrong

Mark Armstrong leaves Sotheby’s after a 40-year career at the auction house. Image: Peter Seyfferth of Sotheby’s.

Mark Armstrong is retiring after 40 years at the head of the company and Louise Grether, previously at Artcurial, has joined the management of Sotheby’s Monaco.


Louise Grether

Louise Grether, previously at Artcurial, joins as director of Sotheby’s Monaco.

At Artcurial, Grether opened its Monte Carlo office in July 2015. Originally from the United Kingdom, Grether is bilingual in English and French. Since 2020, she is also president of Monaco Art Week. Sotheby’s opened its first office in Monaco in 1967 and was the first international auction house to hold sales in the principality.

Christie’s

Christie’s returns to Aspen, Colorado with a pop-up gallery in the city. The two-story, 2,635-square-foot art gallery near the Aspen Museum of Art was designed by architect Annabelle Selldorf (who also designed Christie’s New York’s new galleries at Rockefeller Center ). and includes an outdoor sculpture garden. Activities will take place throughout the summer. Christie’s has been hosting events and exhibitions in Aspen for 20 years.

Hansons


Virginia Ewart

Virginia Ewart, a textiles and fashion appraiser, joined Hansons at her Staffordshire auction room at Bishton Hall.

Hansons Auctioneers has hired seven new staff and consultants across its four UK auction houses.

Newcomers include textile and fashion appraiser Virginia Ewart and jewelry, silverware and watch appraiser Melissa Lee-Patrick, who both join his Staffordshire auction house team at Bishton Hall. Lee-Patrick will also work with Hansons’ Banbury auction house.


Melissa Lee-Patrick

Jewelry, silverware and watch appraiser Melissa Lee-Patrick has joined Hansons Staffordshire Auction House at Bishton Hall.

Hansons’ team at Bishton Hall has also been bolstered by the arrival of General Assessor Kim Wood, who specializes in 20th-century objects, silverware, pre-Victorian and Art Deco ceramics.

At Hansons in Etwall, Derbyshire (its head office and auction house), Dr Gwynne Harries joined as a philatelic consultant. Harries will work as part of a collaboration between Hansons and auction house Spink & Son.


Dr. Gwynne Harries

Philatelic consultant Dr Gwynne Harries has joined Hansons.

Doll and teddy bear consultant Janet Rawnsley has joined to help grow Hansons toy sales and will run monthly review events in Knutsford, Cheshire.

Ian Hall, who has been in the art and antiques trade for 37 years, including at Hall Fine Art near Nottingham, joins as a consultant focusing on developing services to professional and private clients.


Dr Richard Halliday

Dr Richard Halliday has returned from a six-month sabbatical to join Hansons Banbury Auction House as Head of Ceramics Conservation at Hanson Holloway’s Ross.

Dr Richard Halliday, who has returned after a six-month sabbatical, joins Hansons’ Banbury auction house to take up the post of Head of Ceramics Conservation at Hanson Holloway’s Ross.

Charles Hanson said: “The growth of the business has enabled us to strengthen Hansons’ team of appraisers and antiques experts to support our auction houses in London, Staffordshire, Derbyshire and Oxfordshire. .

FCS Compliance


Rena Neville

Rena Neville, founder of Corinth Consulting. Image: Photograph by Tom Trevatt.

Former Sotheby’s global compliance director Rena Neville has launched a new anti-money laundering division within a property consultancy firm.

The anti-money laundering art division was created with compliance specialists FCS Compliance.

Neville, who is also the founder of Corinth Consulting, has created what she calls a “one-stop service for art market businesses subject to UK anti-money laundering legislation”.

The new operation, FCS Compliance Art Division, will also include Neville’s Deputy Director at Corinth Consulting, Paula Trommel and will work with Malcolm Driscoll, Principal AML Consultant at FCS Compliance.


Paula Trommel

Paula Trommel, Deputy Director of Corinth Consulting. Image: Photograph by Tom Trevatt.

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Dry Bulk Transportation Market Size, Scope and Forecast https://aaimonaco.org/dry-bulk-transportation-market-size-scope-and-forecast/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 05:46:24 +0000 https://aaimonaco.org/dry-bulk-transportation-market-size-scope-and-forecast/ New Jersey, United States – The Dry bulk transport market The research report examines the market in detail over the predicted period. The research is divided into sections, each of which includes analysis of market trends and changes. Drivers, limitations, opportunities, and barriers, as well as the impact of numerous aspects on the industry, are […]]]>

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JOURNAL DATES. What’s happening in Monaco from June 17 to 24? https://aaimonaco.org/journal-dates-whats-happening-in-monaco-from-june-17-to-24/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 14:20:55 +0000 https://aaimonaco.org/journal-dates-whats-happening-in-monaco-from-june-17-to-24/ Fasten your seatbelts, the week is going to be busy if you follow all the recommendations of Monaco Tribune. The Anthropology Museum of Monaco is organizing two special days on June 17 and 18. On the menu, VIP visits and workshops for the European Archeology Days. More details This Friday at 9:30 p.m., head to […]]]>

Fasten your seatbelts, the week is going to be busy if you follow all the recommendations of Monaco Tribune.

The Anthropology Museum of Monaco is organizing two special days on June 17 and 18. On the menu, VIP visits and workshops for the European Archeology Days.

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This Friday at 9:30 p.m., head to Monaco‘s Summer Cinema for a concert entitled “Music for the Ocean”. Four American artists will pay homage to the ocean, through classic and contemporary pieces.

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The open-air cinema in the Principality reopens this Saturday, June 18. About ten films are scheduled for the months of June and July.

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From June 17 to 21, the Monte-Carlo Television Festival will take place. It will present the latest news from the small screen and many stars will be present.

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From June 17 to 20, the Terraces of the Casino de Monte-Carlo are hosting the UPAINT festival. 14 street artists will create works under the gaze of the public.

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From June 17 to November 22, the New National Museum of Monaco – Villa Sauber presents an exhibition dedicated to the Australian photographer Helmut Newton.

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On Tuesday, June 21, from 5:45 p.m. to 8 p.m., you can enjoy a free yoga session to celebrate the summer solstice. It’s open to everyone, so come to the Terrasses du Soleil at the Casino de Monte-Carlo.

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Also on Tuesday, the music festival will be in full swing. The stage will be back on the Port of Monaco after two years of absence, with a big concert by the group “Skip the Use”. Opening act: DJ Afroman Radio.

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On Friday June 24, rapper MC Solaar will be back on stage, with a unique performance supported by The New Big Band Project led by Issam Krimi. 8:30 p.m. at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco.

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Monaco among possible Champions League QR3 opponents for Rangers https://aaimonaco.org/monaco-among-possible-champions-league-qr3-opponents-for-rangers/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 18:00:00 +0000 https://aaimonaco.org/monaco-among-possible-champions-league-qr3-opponents-for-rangers/ Rangers found out which teams they could face in the Champions League third qualifying round after the competition drew its first two rounds. Rangers will have to wait until mid-July to find out who they will face in the penultimate qualifier, with a knockout round still to come if Rangers can navigate it. Photo credit […]]]>

Rangers found out which teams they could face in the Champions League third qualifying round after the competition drew its first two rounds.

Rangers will have to wait until mid-July to find out who they will face in the penultimate qualifier, with a knockout round still to come if Rangers can navigate it.

Photo credit should read VALERY HACHE/AFP via Getty Images

But after the QR2 draw Rangers will face Midtjylland/AEK Larnaca, Monaco, Sturm Graz or Belgian side Union Saint-Gilloise in QR3, with Ligue 1 side Monaco the clear name fans will want to avoid.

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Rangers are seeded for the draw and therefore will not face Benfica or PSV Eindhoven, with the club also avoiding Fenerbahce after drawing against Dynamo Kyiv.

Rangers were still going to avoid the winner of Kyiv’s draw as the Ukrainians are seeded.

Rangers need to step up Champions League qualification

The clashes are all winnable, but it shows the scale of the challenge Rangers face in reaching the land of milk and honey in the Champions League.

Gers missed out on automatic qualification for the main tournament despite all their hard work in European competition by obediently handing over the league to Celtic.

A lack of focus, concentration and commitment cost the club dearly as they squandered points against total slag and allowed Celtic to stay within contact distance and gain composure in the second half of the game. season.

While the club have managed to reach the Europa League final, an extraordinary feat in itself, the pressure is on the players and the board to deliver Champions League football.

Not only was the league campaign disappointing, but so was last season’s Champions League qualifying effort.

The Rangers players let the club down badly in Ibrox’s 10-man loss to Malmö and it’s up to them to show their full focus and ready to compete.

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But there is also mega scrutiny within the Rangers board to provide the quality signings that Steven Gerrard felt the club lacked to take that next step last season.

There is mounting pressure behind this and Rangers need to take the challenge much more seriously than they seemed last season and deliver the wealth and prestige of Champions League qualification.

Meanwhile, a top Rangers star has dropped a major hint about his plans for the future amid serious links elsewhere.

Rangers B will take on the Belfast side in a pre-season friendly

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Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco Delivers Keynote Address at ADL-McCain Institute Domestic Violent Extremism Policy Summit | Takeover bid https://aaimonaco.org/deputy-attorney-general-lisa-o-monaco-delivers-keynote-address-at-adl-mccain-institute-domestic-violent-extremism-policy-summit-takeover-bid/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 21:54:32 +0000 https://aaimonaco.org/deputy-attorney-general-lisa-o-monaco-delivers-keynote-address-at-adl-mccain-institute-domestic-violent-extremism-policy-summit-takeover-bid/ Notes as prepared for delivery Thank you for this presentation. I also want to thank the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the McCain Institute for inviting me to speak today and for the inspiring work you do to confront extremism, protect civil rights and defend our democracy. From my time with the FBI in the National […]]]>

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Thank you for this presentation. I also want to thank the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the McCain Institute for inviting me to speak today and for the inspiring work you do to confront extremism, protect civil rights and defend our democracy.

From my time with the FBI in the National Security Division to my tenure as Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Advisor in the White House until today, I have witnessed the expansion of the threat posed by terrorism. We must continue to focus on international terrorism while addressing the growing risk of domestic terrorism and the appalling increase in hate crimes.

That’s why a year ago this week, Attorney General Garland announced that the Biden administration National strategy against domestic terrorism. The goal of this one-of-a-kind strategy is to coordinate whole-of-government efforts to address the heightened threat of domestic terrorism. The National Strategy reflects the evolution and intensification of the domestic terrorist threat we face today.

The Department of Justice was a natural candidate to help lead this effort. Countering extremist attacks and hate crimes and protecting civil rights have been central to our mission since the department was established more than 150 years ago.

Today, this work is more urgent than ever.

At the Department of Justice, we didn’t need to be reminded of the threats posed by domestic violent extremism and the rise in hate crimes. But the anti-Semitic terrorist attack on Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas earlier this year and the racially motivated violent extremist attack in Buffalo last month – and so many other tragic incidents over the past year – highlighted these threats. for communities across America.

The intelligence community has determined that the deadliest domestic terrorism threat is posed by racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists and militia violent extremists.

We continue to be in this high threat environment. On the one-year anniversary of the attack on the Capitol, FBI Director Wray observed that “the problem of domestic terrorism has metastasized across the country.”

Our investigative efforts must be intelligence-driven and threat-driven – and they are. The number of FBI investigations of suspected domestic violent extremists has more than doubled since the spring of 2020, as has the number of FBI personnel responding to this threat.

Unfortunately, this increase in resources is necessary because we have seen a record increase in hate crimes in the United States, reaching their highest level in 12 years. In response, the FBI has elevated hate crimes and criminal civil rights violations to the highest national threat priority, increasing resources for hate crime prevention and investigation, and making hate crimes a priority for the office’s 56 field offices.

The threat environment and resource demands mean that collaboration across departments, agencies, states, and local levels is more important than ever.

The DOJ’s national security and civil rights divisions, now more than ever, coordinate closely to leverage all of the department’s expertise. The National Security Division created a unit dedicated to investigating domestic terrorism.

Even before the release of the National Strategy last year, the ministry was stepping up its efforts. During the first weeks of the new administration, my office convened the Domestic Terrorism Executive Committee. Originally created in the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, this body – DTEC – serves as an important interagency coordination mechanism on domestic terrorism issues.

We have also changed the way our prosecutors and investigators report and track investigations related to domestic terrorism to provide a more accurate picture of the threat across the country. As we did in the aftermath of 9/11, and to ensure we have a national picture of the threat and our investigations, we are taking a data-driven approach to addressing this issue and emphasizing a coordinated and cohesive approach to disrupting these threats.

These efforts advance one of the key objectives of the strategy, which is to improve information sharing within and outside the federal government.

The FBI is at the forefront of our efforts, including through nearly 200 Joint Terrorism Task Forces across the country and through the work of its Domestic Terrorism-Hate Crimes Fusion Cell to ensure information sharing. transparent across the organization.

And in each U.S. Attorney’s office, we bring together the expertise to track domestic terrorism and hate-fueled violence — each U.S. Attorney’s office has a Counterterrorism Advisory Council as well as a Civil Rights Coordinator. And we’ve enhanced homegrown terrorism training across all of our US Attorney’s offices to ensure our staff are best prepared to deal with these issues.

And because failure to acknowledge the existence of hate crimes can leave victims and communities feeling devalued and disconnected from government, law enforcement and society at large, we are raising the visibility of our efforts to combat hatred and domestic terrorism. Our goal is to deter these crimes, communicate intolerance towards them, and ensure that there is accountability for crimes that inflict harm not just on an individual victim, but on entire communities.

To that end, the FBI hosts regional conferences on federal civil rights and hate crime laws to encourage reporting and build trust with the communities we serve. We also launched an FBI-led National Hate Crimes Campaign involving all 56 FBI field offices.

We are adding or expanding key positions. The Attorney General recently appointed a new Hate Crime Resource Coordinator and a Language Access Coordinator to help ensure people have the resources they need. And the Civil Rights Division now has a facilitator who provides expedited review of hate crime cases.

We cannot come together on this subject without acknowledging and condemning the appalling rise in violence we have seen from a range of ideologies directed against public officials, including members of the Supreme Court. We do not condone this criminal behavior and have taken steps to address it, including members of the US Marshals Service working around the clock to help protect members of the court and to support the Supreme Court Marshal and police. of the Supreme Court.

My message to the department — including all 94 U.S. prosecutors’ offices across the country — too many of whom have responded or will respond to a critical incident — is that we are doing our job as one department. A department deeply committed to disruption and confronting terror and hatred, the National Security Division leading the response to domestic terrorism, working closely with the Civil Rights Division when, as has too often been the case with the latter months, bias-driven extremism and hate crimes are emerging.

The men and women of the Department of Justice work every day to combat hate and extremism, not only because it is our job, but because we believe that no one in our country should fear violence or threats. of violence because of who he is. We believe it is our collective responsibility to do all we can to confront hate in all its forms.

Thank you for inviting me here today and for your collective leadership in protecting all Americans from hate and extremist violence.

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Leeds United news: Monaco leads Minamino race as Whites target reveals Premier League dream https://aaimonaco.org/leeds-united-news-monaco-leads-minamino-race-as-whites-target-reveals-premier-league-dream/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://aaimonaco.org/leeds-united-news-monaco-leads-minamino-race-as-whites-target-reveals-premier-league-dream/ Here are the latest morning headlines from Leeds United on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Monaco leads the Minamino race Monaco are leading the race for Liverpool striker Takumi Minamino, according to the Time. Leeds United are among a host of clubs linked with the Japan international, but as things stand, it’s the French side who […]]]>

Here are the latest morning headlines from Leeds United on Sunday, June 12, 2022.

Monaco leads the Minamino race

Monaco are leading the race for Liverpool striker Takumi Minamino, according to the Time. Leeds United are among a host of clubs linked with the Japan international, but as things stand, it’s the French side who are front and center.

It had been reported that Wolves were ahead in the race but now it looks like Monaco have stolen a step from Premier League contenders Minamino. Leeds will need to act quickly if they are to bring the 27-year-old to Elland Road this summer.

Elis’ Premier League dream

Boavista striker Alberth Elis has admitted it would be a “dream” to play in the Premier League amid growing interest from Leeds United. The Honduran international spent last season on loan at Bordeaux where he scored nine goals in 20 Ligue 1 appearances.

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His side were eventually relegated but they have a clause in which they can sign the striker for £6million from his parent club, with reports suggesting they will do so before selling him instantly for a profit. Los Blancos are considering signing the striker, who admitted it would be a dream to play in the English top flight.

“At the moment, I have a contract with the team; I have to respect it,” he said Heraldry. “I am very grateful to them for the support they gave me, for the way they welcomed me when I arrived in France.

“My dream has always been to play in the English league, and hopefully that will come true; first, God will give me this opportunity, and I can take advantage of it.

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Titus on Raphinha

Brazil manager Tite has admitted he was initially unaware of Leeds United winger Raphinha before his first call-up. Raphinha made his Brazil debut in October and hasn’t looked back since, establishing himself as first-choice in their top three alongside Neymar and ahead of Real Madrid star Vinicius Junior.

The 25-year-old has scored three goals and provided two assists in nine caps so far for his country and helped them qualify for the World Cup in Qatar later this year. Despite this, Seleção boss Tite has revealed he didn’t know much about Raphinha until his first call-up, saying it was his scouts who first insisted he had an opportunity .

In an interview with the temperaturehe said: “The recon team came to me and said, ‘Look at this boy, we’ve been watching him closely.’ I wasn’t paying much attention to it, but they insisted. ‘Look at his numbers !” Then we phoned [Marcelo] Bielsa, and he gave us information that supported the conclusions. Its quality is impressive.

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