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Jury punishes young later: euthanized horse clouds German victory

updates Jury subsequently punished Jung Euthanized horse clouds German victory 2022-07-02 3:21 p.m First it’s a German double victory, then the jury corrects the eventing result at the CHIO. Michael Jung subsequently loses the victory, Sandra Auffarth moves up to first place. But the jubilation is mixed with the shock of the horse of a […]

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Relief against inflation: CDU social wing wants permanently cheap local transport

Relief against inflation CDU social wing wants permanently cheap local transport 07/02/2022 3:17 p.m While the Chancellor wants to encourage the unions to keep quiet with a one-off payment for employees, the Union is proposing broader relief against high inflation: For example, permanently cheaper local transport or sales tax reductions for groceries. Before the crisis […]

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MDR’s “Police Call 110”: The Stranger on the Train – Media – Society

They sit together in the train compartment. Two young men in their early twenties. They kiss. Throw each other unequivocal looks. Are close. For one, Tomi (Kai Müller), it’s a bit uncomfortable, he doesn’t want to show it in public. The small train compartment is empty, only they are sitting in it. Suddenly the compartment […]

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Holidays usually start relaxed: There can be no question of flight chaos

Holidays usually start relaxed There can be no question of flight chaos 2022-07-02, 3:18 p.m As soon as the last day of school is over, for many it’s time to go on vacation! The summer holidays start this weekend in Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-West Pomerania. The second wave of travel is rolling in NRW, where passengers […]

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Fire set in Parliament: More violence feared after protests in Libya – Politics

In Libya, protests in several cities have raised concerns about further violence. In view of a “fragile situation”, the EU ambassador warned north african country, José Sabadell, on Saturday about restraint. “Protest must be peaceful and without any form of violence.” The UN special adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, also appealed to everyone involved to […]

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Vaccination side effects: Rare, but little researched

FAQ Status: 07/02/2022 3:23 p.m “Post-Vac Syndrome” is the name of a rare disease that can occur after a corona vaccination. How common is it, what are the triggers and how is it treated? Answers to important questions. By Lara Bitzer, Caroline Reischl and Ralf Kölbel, SWR Vaccinations are considered to be the most important […]

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Jury subsequently punishes Jung: Injured horse overshadows German victory

Jury subsequently punished Jung Injured horse overshadows German victory 2022-07-02 3:21 p.m First it’s a German double victory, then the jury corrects the eventing result at the CHIO. Michael Jung subsequently loses the victory, Sandra Auffarth moves up to first place. But the jubilation is mixed with concern about the horse of a world champion. […]

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Concerted action for anti-crisis policy: the state must be honest – economy

When the first downturn shocked the economic boom in 1967, the social democratic Economics Minister Karl Schiller had an idea: he wanted to coordinate the anti-crisis policy in a concerted action with employers and trade unions. It was the birth of the now typical German political model. [Wenn Sie die wichtigsten Nachrichten aus Berlin, Deutschland […]

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Parliament stormed: Libyans vent their displeasure

Parliament stormed Libyans vent their displeasure 7/2/2022 3:22 p.m Libya, which is already politically unstable, is in danger of sliding into complete chaos: there are violent protests in several cities. Frustrated Libyans storm parliament in Tobruk. They suffer from poor living conditions and a bitter power struggle for leadership of the country. In Libya, protests […]

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“That is the central problem”: Woidke advocates a change of ownership for the refinery in Schwedt – Berlin

In order for the oil refinery in Schwedt to have a future, it needs a new shareholder structure, according to Brandenburg’s Prime Minister Dietmar Woidke (SPD). He has repeatedly pointed this out to the federal government, Woidke told the Handelsblatt. There must be a solution quickly. So far, PCK has been majority owned by the […]

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