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Friday, October 30, 2015

Λήμνος και Μελβούρνη συναντιένται πάλι μετα τον Α' Παγκόσμιο Πόλεμο


Απ´τα εγκαίνια της έκθεσης φωτογραφίας των ANZAC στην Λήμνο στον 1ο Παγκόσμιο Πόλεμο, στο Δημοτικό Μέγαρο του City of Yarra σήμερα30/10/15. Μια συνεργασία του ελληνικής καταγωγής δημάρχου Φίλιππου Βλαχογιάννη και του συλλόγου Lemnos - Gallipoli Commemorative Committee.

Οι παραπάνω φωτογραφίες και το σχόλιο (κι αυτές που ακολουθούν)αναρτήθηκαν απο το 
SBS Greek - Ελληνικό Πρόγραμμα Ραδιοφωνίας της Αυστραλίας







Monday, September 14, 2015

Αυστραλία: Νέος πρωθυπουργός μετά την ξαφνική εκπαραθύρωση Άμποτ. Αλλαγή σαν πουκάμισα!!

Αυστραλία: Νέος πρωθυπουργός μετά την ξαφνική εκπαραθύρωση Άμποτ

Ο εκατομμυριούχος πρώην δημοσιογράφος Μάλκολμ Τέρνμπουλ είναι ο νέος αρχηγός των Φιλελεύθερων της Αυστραλίας - Δραματική ψηφοφορία όπου ο πρώην υπουργός επικράτησε του Τόνι Άμποτ με ψήφους 54-44 - Αφού έχασε την αρχηγία του κόμματός του, η παραίτηση Άμποτ από την πρωθυπουργία θεωρείται θέμα χρόνου

Την ηγεσία του Φιλελεύθερου Κόμματος από τον Τόνι Άμποτ κέρδισε σήμερα (Χθες)ο πρώην υπουργός Επικοινωνιών της Αυστραλίας Μάλκολμ Τέρνμπουλ, ο οποίος είχε ανακοινώσει νωρίτερα τη Δευτέρα την παραίτησή του και την πρόθεσή του να διεκδικήσει την πρωθυπουργία.
Ο δημοφιλής υπουργός κέρδισε τον αντίπαλό του με 54 ψήφους έναντι 44 σε ψηφοφορία που πραγματοποιήθηκε σήμερα με τη συμμετοχή γερουσιαστών και βουλευτών του Φιλελεύθερου Κόμματος.

Ο Τέρνμπουλ είχε δηλώσει ότι επέλεξε να αμφισβητήσει την ηγεσία του Άμποτ, καθώς οι Συντηρητικοί κινδυνεύουν να χάσουν τις επόμενες εκλογές, που αναμένεται να διεξαχθούν πριν τα μέσα Ιανουαρίου 2017.

Αξίζει να σημειωθεί ότι ο ίδιος ο Άμποτ είχε δηλώσει αισιόδοξος το πρωί της Δευτέρας για το αποτέλεσμα της κρίσιμης ψηφοφορίας. «Θα υπάρξει ψηφοφορία για την προεδρία και την αντιπροεδρία του κόμματος. Θα είμαι υποψήφιος και περιμένω ότι θα κερδίσω», είχε αναφέρει χαρακτηριστικά στους δημοσιογράφους.

«Συνάντησα τον πρωθυπουργό και τον ενημέρωσα ότι θα διεκδικήσω την προεδρία του Φιλελεύθερου Κόμματος», δήλωσε ο εκατομμυριούχος Τέρνμπουλ στους δημοσιογράφους. Η τρέχουσα κυβέρνηση είναι ανίκανη «να στρέψει τη χώρα προς την οικονομική κατεύθυνση που χρειάζεται».

Ο 60χρονος πρώην δημοσιογράφος και δικηγόρος, που τελικά στράφηκε στις start up επιχειρήσεις, θεωρείται εδώ και καιρό ο βασικός αντίπαλος του Άμποτ.

Ο πρώην Αυστραλός πρωθυπουργός Τόνι Άμποτ, που ανέλαβε την εξουσία το 2013, είδε τη δημοτικότητά του να πέφτει εξαιτίας της επιβράδυνσης της οικονομίας της χώρας και της πτώσης των τιμών των πρώτων υλών των οποίων η Αυστραλία είναι μεγάλη εξαγωγέας. Ο Άμποτ κατάφερε να ξεπεράσει τον Φεβρουάριο μια άλλη πρόκληση μέσα από το ίδιο του το κόμμα, όταν πολλά μέλη υπέβαλαν πρόταση μομφής εναντίον του, η οποία τελικά απορρίφθηκε.
Όμως έκτοτε δεν κατάφερε να ανακτήσει τη δημοφιλία του στις δημοσκοπήσεις και να δώσει ώθηση στην οικονομία της χώρας. 

TI METAΔΙΔΕΙ ΤΟ ΑΒC ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΑΛΛΑΓΗ ΣΤΙΜΕΝΗΣ ΛΕΜΟΝΟΚΟΥΠΑΣ

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Πάλι οι Αυστραλοί; ONCE AGAIN, AUSTRALIANS ARE FIGHTING IN THE MIDDLE EAST. WHY?

By Dr Minerva Nasser-Eddine











Για μετάφραση, πατήστε με το δεξιό του ποντικιού επάνω στο αγγλικό κείμενο..

Over the next few weeks, the Australian Government is expected to announce an expanded air war against Islamic State in Syria, following a US request. Australia’s six strike aircraft and support planes already operate in Iraq, at the Iraqi government’s invitation, but Syria has not issued the same invitation. It’s another complication in an already complex relationship between Australia, the Middle East and North Africa.
Last June, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) released a report entitled ‘Gen Y Jihadists: Preventing Radicalisation in Australia’. A number of sound policy recommendations were made. Here I focus on just the first recommendation: “Explain the reasons for Australia’s Middle East deployments more persuasively”.
Indeed, the Australian Government should not only explain our past, present and future military deployments to the MENA (Middle East & North Africa) region more persuasively, the Government should also effectively explain Australia’s strategic interests in the region and why they should be protected. Educating the Australian people of our strategic interests in the region requires public discussion of Australia’s political, economic, historic and social interests there. For example, ASPI’s Executive Director, Peter Jennings has suggested teaching Middle Eastern history and contemporary developments in the MENA region in schools across the nation,
“Even if that meant an hour less on Australian history and Gallipoli, for example, I think it would be a good thing if we could have [a] moderated and balanced discussion about Middle East politics in the curriculum of our schools.”
Too often, students enrolled in Middle East courses I have taught over the years have entered the lecture theatre with preconceived myths, misrepresentations and negative connotations of/about the region and its inhabitants. Teaching in this field involves debunking misrepresentations, as one informs students of the rich history of the region, its contributions to world civilisation, and its diversity in races, language, culture and religion. Many students (and policymakers?) assume that the MENA region has always been driven to conflict because of political, territorial or inter/intra-faith tensions. Yes, throughout history there has been bloodshed over these issues (which part of the world hasn’t?), however, there have been long periods when diverse ethnicities and religious adherents have lived together harmoniously.
The modern Middle East is a European colonial construction. Each newly established state in the region had a very different colonial experience: whilst some flourished (the Gulf) others floundered (Lebanon) and others continue to resist (Palestine). Some became patron states of superpowers, others emerged with hope, yet to succumb to authoritarian regimes, and others dabbled with political reform and democratic principles. External intervention and interest in the region is nothing new. Pre-WW1 European powers valued the area as a Mediterranean base: a strategic crossroads to secure, access and exploit Empire interests. In the modern era it was initially dominated by the European victors of WW1. Exploitation of oil and other resources, and the growing economic importance of oil, led to American pursuit of dominance in the MENA region, which has continued to this day. Australia followed the lead of its superpower protector, initially Britain then the USA, as power balances shifted.
Our military involvement in the region commenced in WW1 (Gallipoli, Palestine), continued in WW2 (Syria, North Africa) and remains (passively as UNTSO peacekeepers in the Middle East, active in Iraq & Syria soon). Diplomatic and political interests evolved in the post-WW2 era. For example, the leading role played by ‘Doc’ Evatt, Australia’s Foreign Minister at the time, led to the newly established UN, particularly in the creation of the UN Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP) in 1947.
Decades later, trade links with the Arab world have grown to healthy levels and despite the anti-halal push by some segments of Australia’s society, the Arab World surpassed China as an export market destination for Australian chilled and frozen meat during the first half of 2015, according to Australia Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Meanwhile, “Australia’s two-way merchandise trade to the Arab world was worth $14.5 billion in 2014. Of this, the value of exports to the Arab world was more than $9 billion, and the imports amounted to nearly $5 billion.” The UAE is among Australia’s top 20 export destinations.
Our links with the region over the years have also been strengthened through immigration, with some of our earliest Middle Eastern migrants settling in parts of Australia in the late 19th century. Exotic foods aside, these migrants and their descendants enriched Australia through their contributions to our political (Marie Basheer; Steve Bracks), media (Phil Khoury, Joseph Wakim), legal (John Karkar QC, Wendy Abraham QC), business (John Symond, Ahmed Fahour, Fred Shahin), sporting (Bachar Houli), medical (Dr David David), military (Captain Mona Shindy) and cultural (David Malouf) landscapes.
Beyond Australia’s historical, mercantile and demographic links with the MENA region the primary reason which calls for deployment of our troops is linked to our strong alliance with the US. In terms of their military intervention in the Middle East, they benefit diplomatically from our international endorsement and benefit marginally from our military contribution.
Justifying our military deployment by bluntly advertising that we are there to support US interests may not wash well with the Australian people, however. This is, perhaps, the crux of the issue. Politically it plays better to promote fear, to make Daesh (Islamic State) into “our” enemy which by the very fact justifies military response. Prime Minister Abbott summed up this approach to explaining our interest in MENA when he claimed recently, “Daesh is coming, if it can, for every person and every Government, with a simple message; submit or die.”
The link between conflict in the Middle East and domestic security concerns, espoused by the rhetoric of our current PM and some of his Ministers, engenders a climate of fear. This seems to work well politically but distorts debate on our foreign policy objectives regarding the MENA region. No government could concede publicly that our policy of military intervention, and concurrence with American ambitions in the region, actually increase the danger of terrorism locally. Despite the strident tone, the Abbott Government’s stated foreign policy objectives in MENA are not clear. Is the objective simply to vanish Daesh? But to what end? To bolster the Assad regime or to pacify Iraq? We hear about the need to fight, but not much about the victory objectives (or its consequences)!
The websites of DFAT and the Foreign Minister display very little on the Daesh and Syrian conflicts. Some details are given on how Australia is doing its bit on the humanitarian level – sadly it is projected that our humanitarian aid will continue to decrease in spite of the fact that “with the Syrian conflict likely to take years to resolve, and with the emergence of other related, and in all likelihood equally intractable conflicts, the need for urgent lifesaving humanitarian aid seems set to continue.”
The Syrian conflict in particular (as opposed to the Daesh campaign) is not the focus of our Ministers and media. Official Australian emphasis on Daesh seems to distract from the question of Australia’s interest in resolving an end to the Syrian conflict, which naively avoids the fact that they feed off (and on) one another. Yet as a middle power and a country which houses the architect of the Responsibility to Protect doctrine, former Australian Foreign Minister Gareth Evans, why does Australia not seek international support for that doctrine to be applied to the Syrian conflict? Our current official rhetoric and the level of foreign policy articulation clouds the answer to such a question.
In summary, it is clear that Australia does have a strategic interest in the MENA region. Apart from our substantial historical, mercantile and demographic links with the region, it seems we deploy troops there in support of our alliance with the US and its objectives. Ultimately these objectives come back to control of the rich resources of the region and its geo-strategic proximity to Asia, Africa and Europe. We can’t begin to fully justify our military intervention in MENA until our government is honest and persuasive about the national interests at stake.
Dr. Minerva Nasser-Eddine is a lecturer at the Centre for Arab & Islamic Studies (Middle East & Central Asia), Australian National University. Minerva’s research and teaching interests are related to contemporary socio-political and cultural issues and developments in the Middle East and among its Diaspora communities in Australia. This article can be republished with attribution under a Creative Commons Licence.

Published August 28, 2015

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Απέβίωσε ο Mάλκομ Φρέηζερ, πρώην Αυστραλός πρωθυπουργός. στα 84 χρόνια του.

Ο πρώην Αυστραλός πρωθυπουργός Μάλκομ Φραίηζερ  απεβίωσε σημερα το πρωί ,Παρασκευή 20 Μαρτίου 2015, σε ηλικία 84 ετων.
Ο πρώην φιλελεύθερος πρωθυπουργός είχε διαδεχθεί τον πρώην Εργατικό και φιλέλληνα πρωθυπουργό Γκοφ Ουίτλαμ όταν εκείνος ανετράπη απο τον εκπρόσωπο της Βασίλισσας Ελισάββετ ,Τζών Κερρ 0 οποίος πέθανε πριν λίγο καιρό.
Ο Μάλκομ Φραίηζερ πέρα αο τα γεγονότα της ανατροπής Ουίτλαμ ,υπηρξε ένας δυναμικός και με σωστες αποφάσεις πρωθυπουργός και απέκτησε και τον τίτλο "γίγαντας της Πολιτικής".
Είχε πολυ φιλικές σχέσεις με την Ελληνικη΄παροικία ενώ υποστήριξε αρκετα την Ελληνοαυστραλιανή Κοινωνική πρόνοια ενω συχνά τον βλέπαμε σε διάφορες  εθνικές και άλλες κοινωνικές εκδηλωσεις.

Η φράση του  "η ζωή δεν σημαίνει ότι είναι ευκολη" ,ε΄χει μεινει στην ιστορία,ενώ αργότερα είχε αποκτήσει καλες σχέσεις και με το Γκοφ Ουίτλαμ και εργάζονταν για την άνοδο της Αυστραλιανης και παγκόσμιας κοινωνίας.

Η ΕΦΗΜΕΡΙΣ εκφραζει τα συλλυπητηρια στην οικογένειά του και σας μεταφέρουμε τι έγραψε το έγκυρο Ραδιοτηλεοπτικό δίκτυο ΑΒC της Αυστραλίας για τον 22ο πρωθυπουργό της Αυστραλίας Μάλκομ Φραίηζερ,ανοίξει και το πλήκτρο tab για να πλοηγηθείτε

Malcolm Fraser

Former Liberal prime minister Malcolm Fraser has been remembered as "a giant of Australian politics" and a "great moral compass" following his death early this morning at the age of 84.
A statement released by his office said Mr Fraser died after a brief illness.
"It is with deep sadness that we inform you that after a brief illness, John Malcolm Fraser died peacefully in the early hours of the morning of 20 March 2015," the statement said.
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VIDEO: Former PM Malcolm Fraser, dead at 84(ABC News)
"We appreciate that this will be a shock to all who knew and loved him, but ask that the family be left in peace at this difficult time."
Mr Fraser was Australia's 22nd prime minister.
He was born into a wealthy pastoral family in 1930 and first entered Parliament in 1955 as its youngest MP.
He spent nearly 20 years as a backbencher and in the ministry until, in 1975, he became opposition leader facing off against Gough Whitlam.
Mr Whitlam's dismissal later that year led to persistent debate about the new government's legitimacy and Mr Fraser's role.
But he went on to win the next three elections.
He embraced multiculturalism and Aboriginal land rights, led the Commonwealth push to end apartheid in South Africa and argued for an independent Zimbabwe.
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VIDEO: Fraser felt Whitlam never bore him "personal animosity" (ABC News)
The nation's finances were managed with traditional conservatism and cutbacks at first but later the political pressure grew and the purse strings loosened.
However, in 1982 the country was facing recession, drought and social unrest.
After suffering a back problem and being treated in hospital, Mr Fraser called a snap election on the same day Bob Hawke became opposition leader.
But the strategy backfired and Mr Fraser was defeated.
Life after the Lodge remained busy for Mr Fraser; he became a key figure in humanitarian and diplomatic circles.
But the former PM always kept an eye on the political arena and he became a staunch critic of the Liberals under the next Coalition PM, John Howard, speaking out particularly on indigenous issues, refugees and antiterrorism laws.
Just last month Mr Fraser launched a scathing attack on Tony Abbott over the Government's treatment of the Human Rights Commission and, in particular, its president Gillian Triggs following The Forgotten Children report.
"If the Government had wanted to handle the matter sensibly, they would have said they recognise there have been abuses," Mr Fraser said.
Mr Fraser seemed to have more in common with his former political rivals than with his own party, joining Labor PMs past and present for the apology to the Stolen Generation.
Eventually he quit the Liberals citing his belief that the party he had been a member of for more than six decades had tilted too far to the right.
"The party is unrecognisable as Liberal," Mr Fraser said.

Nation mourns loss of former PM

Prime Minister Tony Abbott paid his respects to Mr Fraser, saying he was a "fierce Australian patriot".
"The friendship he built in later life with Gough Whitlam spoke volumes about the character of both men at the centre of the crisis: in their own different ways, they were both fierce Australian patriots," he said.
"Under Malcolm Fraser's leadership, self-government was conferred on the Northern Territory, the Commonwealth Ombudsman was established and our first Freedom of Information laws were enacted.
"Under Malcolm Fraser's leadership, Australia was an unwavering opponent of apartheid and after he left office, Malcolm Fraser continued to work for the end of apartheid.
"His subsequent appointment to roles with the United Nations and the Commonwealth of Nations reflected his high international standing."
Mr Abbott said flags at Parliament House would be flown at half mast today and he extended his sympathies to Mr Fraser's wife Tamie and their children.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said she was saddened to hear of the passing of a "giant of Australian politics".
"With the passing of Gough Whitlam, it really is the end of a political era," she said.
"He made a significant contribution to public life in this country, so he will be missed and I certainly pass on my deepest sympathies to his family."
Treasurer Joe Hockey also offered his condolences.
"Many people have contributed to public life over a long period of time that have helped to build a better Australia and unquestionably he was one of them," Mr Hockey said.
ABC's Insiders host Barrie Cassidy said Mr Fraser was active up until his death.
"I don't know whether anybody saw this coming," he said.
"He tweeted as recently as Wednesday, just two days ago, when he was talking about time for a new China vision.
"I remember seeing another tweet just six weeks ago where he showed his catch after some ocean fishing.
"So he was still in reasonably good health right to the end and still thinking about big global issues."
Former deputy Liberal leader and Indigenous Affairs minister Fred Chaney said he was devastated by the loss.
"His support for Indigenous people has been consistent over the whole time I've known him, his opposition to racism has been consistent and I feel desperately sad," he said.
Former National Party leader and Parliamentary Speaker Ian Sinclair also paid tribute to his one-time colleague.
Mr Sinclair said although he was an effective prime minister, Mr Fraser was constantly plagued by the controversial circumstances in which he came to power.
"He was a very good prime minister in that he was very on top of his brief," he said.
"I thought during his term his big difficulty was the real rancour there was in the Australian community in 1975."
Mr Fraser will be remembered for infamous quotes such as, "Life wasn't meant to be easy" and being called "Kerr's cur" by Gough Whitlam, when Mr Whitlam was sacked by governor-general Sir John Kerr on November 11, 1975.
Fraser took the quote "Life wasn't meant to be easy" from the George Bernard Shaw play Back to Methuselah: "Life wasn't meant to be easy, my child; but take courage: it can be delightful."
Mr Fraser is survived by his wife and four children.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Oικοδομικός Οργασμος και "φούσκες" στην Αυστραλία. Γράφει ο Κώστας Καραμάρκος

Γερανοί, γερανοί παντού, οικοδομικός οργασμός στη μεγάλη Βαβυλωνία του νότου…

Αν κάτι χαρακτηρίζει τον ουρανό του κέντρου της Μελβούρνης και των κοντινών προς το κέντρο προαστίων της είναι ο σημαντικός αριθμός των γερανών, των νέων ουρανοξυστών ή πολυκατοικιών που οικοδομούνται στην πόλη και στα περίχωρά της τα τελευταία χρόνια…
 Η εποχή των μεγάλων οικοπέδων και των μονοκατοικιών με μπροστινό και πίσω κήπο, με γρασίδι ή μπαχτσέδες και οπωροφόρα δέντρα (στα σπίτια και στα οικόπεδα των μεταναστών της Μεσογείου, Ελλήνων, Ιταλών και άλλων), χαρακτηριστικό γνώρισμα των πόλεων και των προαστίων της Αυστραλίας μέχρι και σχετικά πρόσφατα, ανήκει πια οριστικά στο παρελθόν.

Αρκεί να αναφερθεί πως τα τελευταία χρόνια, τουλάχιστον τέσσερις στις δέκα νέες κατοικίες είναι διαμερίσματα και αυτή η τάση είναι αυξητική…
Όταν ο πληθυσμός της Μελβούρνης αυξάνεται κατά σχεδόν 100.000 άτομα το χρόνο, λόγω μετανάστευσης ή φυσικής αύξησης του πληθυσμού, λόγω επενδυτικών πρωτοβουλιών ξένων, κυρίως Ασιατών, λόγω χαμηλών επιτοκίων, αλλά και λόγω φορολογικών κινήτρων που ευνοούν την κατοικία ως επένδυση και δυσκολεύουν πλέον αφάνταστα την αγορά σπιτιού ή διαμερίσματος ως πρώτη κατοικία για τους νέους και τις νέες οικογενειάρχες, τότε…

Η κτηματαγορά γίνεται φούσκα, οι κακοκατασκευές πολλαπλασιάζονται, η έννοια της ιδιοκατοίκησης ως δικαίωμα (πρώτη κατοικία) εξαφανίζεται από το δημόσιο βίο της χώρας…
Στην ακριβή Αυστραλία της σχετικής αφθονίας και της σχετικής κοινωνικής προστασίας, περίπου το 23% του πληθυσμού της χώρας είναι ενοικιαστές, (μετά το τέλος του Β’ Παγκοσμίου Πολέμου το αντίστοιχο ποσοστό ήταν 44%), ενώ υπάρχουν και περίπου 105.000 άστεγοι, σε ένα συνολικό πληθυσμό περίπου 24 εκατομμυρίων ατόμων.
Όνειρο θερινής νυκτός η δυνατότητα απόκτησης στέγης για πολλούς, για πάρα πολλούς πλέον κατοίκους των Αντιπόδων...  Με την αξία των σπιτιών ή των διαμερισμάτων να πολλαπλασιάζεται αλγοριθμικά και αναντίστοιχα με την αύξηση των μέσων εισοδημάτων των πολιτών της χώρας…

Η μέση αύξηση της τιμής των σπιτιών στο Sydney κατά το 2014 ήταν της τάξης του 12.4%, ενώ ο μέσος όρος για τις διάφορες πολιτειακές πρωτεύουσες της Αυστραλίας ήταν της τάξης του 7,9%...
Γερανοί, γερανοί παντού, οικοδομικός οργασμός στη μεγάλη Βαβυλωνία του νότου…
Με την εκτιμώμενη εμπορική και επενδυτική κτηματαγορά των Αντιπόδων να αγγίζει τα 30 δις δολάρια Αυστραλίας τη χρονιά που αφήσαμε πίσω μας και με 40% των επενδυτών να προέρχονται από το εξωτερικό.
Γερανοί, γερανοί παντού, οικοδομικός οργασμός στη μεγάλη Βαβυλωνία του νότου…
Φούσκα η κτηματαγορά της Αυστραλίας, φθινιάρικες αρκετές-πολλές νέες οικοδομές της, υψηλά τα ενοίκια, ανύπαρκτη στο δημόσιο βίο της χώρας η έννοια της απόκτησης στέγης ως δικαίωμα…

Εμπορική, πρωτίστως εμπορική πράξη η απόκτηση στέγης στην Αυστραλία των τελευταίων δεκαετιών...

Κάτι προσπάθησε να πει και να κάνει στον τομέα της στέγασης των κοινωνικά και οικονομικά αδύναμων συμπατριωτών του ο εργατικός Kevin Rudd, κατά τη διάρκεια της σύντομης πρωθυπουργίας του, αλλά...  Η προσπάθειά του τερματίστηκε και ξεχάστηκε γρήγορα, πολύ γρήγορα...
Κωστας Καραμάρκος

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Φωτογραφίες 3/1/15 απο την Κόλαση της Αυστραλίας...


Sampson Flat fire in the Adelaide Hills
Όλα τα "ζωντανά"σμίγουν μπροστά στο κίνδυνο της φωτιάς Φωτογραφία απο τους πολλούς αναγνωστες του ΑΒC
Κ¨ΟΛΑΣΗ!!! Λίγο είναι .Οι μεγάλες θερμοκρασίες στην Αυστραλία ξαναχτύπησαν σήμερα και οι φλόγες έκαψαν σπιτια περιουσίες αλλά "ευτυχώς,όπως λέει ενας δικός μας, κανένας δεν λέει ΠΟΥ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΤΟ ΚΡΑΤΟΣ"..

ΠΑΡΕΤΕ ΜΙΑ ΕΙΚΟΝΑ ή μάλλον πολλες εικόνες φρίκης απο το ΑΒC
.Χρησιμοποιηστε μετάφραση για τα Αγγλικά αν δεν τα καταφέρνετε..

Adelaide Hills bushfire: Dozens of homes feared lost in SA's most dangerous day since Ash Wednesday; crews battle blazes in Victoria

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More than 500 firefighters are battling a bushfire which has ravaged more than 10,000 hectares in South Australia and is likely to burn until early next week.
Meanwhile, a cool change with strong winds and lightning is moving through Victoria, where new fires have broken out.
Alex Demchenko feeds melons to his blackened sheep at One Tree Hill. He lost his house. #sabushfires


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