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Udo Lindenberg in the Waldbühne: “Geil here, full of Flash” – culture

Finally a suitable opportunity to put on the Udo Lindenberg hat – that’s what some of the 22,000 spectators at the concert by Udo Lindenberg in the sold-out Waldbühne must have thought. The sunglasses, Udo’s other trademark, which he probably even wears in the shower, are rarely seen on this cloudy Friday evening anyway. But […]

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27 sailors missing: ship broken in two off China’s coast – Panorama – Society

A ship with 30 sailors on board was caught in typhoon Chaba in the South China Sea and broke in two. As the Hong Kong newspaper “South China Morning Post” reported, after the accident on Saturday, the air rescue service was initially able to bring three crew members from the sinking ship to safety around […]

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Sergey Gerasimov’s book “Fire Panorama”: The Kharkiv Horror – Culture

It is February 27th, three days after the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, when Russian tanks roll into Kharkiv. Sergei Gerasimov hasn’t seen them on his street yet, he heard it from a friend. Or from his daughter, who says she saw a tank that had “taken off”. And he watches videos of […]

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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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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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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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“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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Concerted Action : 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. What was new about Schiller’s approach: the state […]

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For the first time in a livestock population: African swine fever found in fattening farms in Brandenburg – Berlin

African swine fever (ASF) in Brandenburg is in a pet inventory for the first time in the district of Uckermark been proven. According to the Ministry of Consumer Protection in Potsdam, a pig farm with around 1,300 animals is affected. The national reference laboratory, the Friedrich-Loeffler Institute (FLI), confirmed the suspicion of ASF on Saturday. […]

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To my ANGRY: Giving up neutrality in news is not an option – media – society

Mr. Deker, what annoyed you the most in the media?Only 57 percent of adult internet users are “extremely or very” interested for news, according to the recently published “Reuters Institute Digital News Report”. Among the 18 to 24 year olds it is only 31 percent. My problem with that: Without being informed, democracy is at […]

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