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Baerbock: Link aid in Afghanistan to conditions

Baerbock: Make aid in Afghanistan subject to conditions Published on 10.220 .220 Annalena Baerbock addresses a press conference following her meeting with Pakistani Foreign Minister Bhutto Zardari. Photo: Bernd von Jutrczenka/dpa Federal F...


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More right and left extremists in Germany

The current intelligence report offers little reason for optimism. The scene of the so-called Reich citizens is growing. Right-wing terrorist ideologies find supporters online, some of whom still live in their childrens rooms. Berlin. Right, le...


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Scholz visits NATO's eastern flank - Balten call for reinforcements

Chancellor Scholz has never been so close to Russia since the beginning of the Ukraine war: less than 200 kilometers as the crow flies from the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad, today he is visiting the Germans stationed on NATOs eastern flank Soldiers...


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Israel's government under pressure after losing vote

Israels government under pressure after losing vote Published on 52..120 Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in the Knesset. Photo: Maya Alleruzzo/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages read out to you. Simply click th...


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FDP veteran Baum accuses party leadership of corona populism

Released on 07.06.2022 "Failed disastrously": Gerhart Baum. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa Have you heard?You can now also have your messages read out to you. Simply click the play icon on any article or add the post to your personal playli...


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Roth sees Ukraine's cultural identity under threat

Released on 07.06.2022 Minister of State Claudia Roth is standing at a tank barrier in Odessa at the sandbag-protected statue of Armand Emmanuel du Plessis, Duc de Richelieu, who was the first governor of the port city for eleven years from 1803...


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War against Ukraine: That's the situation

After visiting the front, Zelensky made it clear that the defenders of the countrys independence are heroes. He also sees this as a reason for rapid EU accession. The eastern front is still hard fought. The developments at a glance. Kyiv. Ukrai...


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Conclusion after the rush at Pentecost: nine-euro ticket promotes debate about better local transport

Conclusion after the rush at Whitsun: nine-euro ticket promotes debate about better local transport Released on 2022.06 .07 Photo: Martin Schutt/dpa /Archive Have you heard?You can now have your messages read out to you. Simply clic...


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Former Chancellor Merkel answers journalists' questions

It will be former Chancellor Angela Merkels first major public appearance since she left office on December 8. Will the 67 year old distance herself from her Russia policy? Berlin. Former Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) is answering questions from...


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Party over - Johnson faces no-confidence vote

After four days of celebrating the anniversary, there is a hangover in London: the parties celebrated in Downing Street during the corona lockdown could still cost Prime Minister Boris Johnson his office. London. Showdown in the "Partygate" affair...


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Poland: PiS boss Kaczynski plans to withdraw from government

Poland: PiS boss Kaczynski plans to withdraw from government Released on 06.06.2022 Wants to resign from office : Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Vice Prime Minister of Poland. Photo: Czarek Sokolowski/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now have you...


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Green boss wants control effect on climate money

Green leader wants control effect on climate money Published on 2022..2023 Omid Nouripour, Federal Chairman of Alliance 90/The Greens criticize the planned climate money. Photo: Kay Nietfeld/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your me...


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War against Ukraine: That's the situation

During a visit not far from the front, the Ukrainian President encouraged the soldiers. At the same time, he also pleads for a speedy end to the war. The developments at a glance. Kyiv. The Ministry of Defense in Kyiv has warned of the danger o...


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Middle East trip: Habeck wants to strengthen climate cooperation

Israel, the Palestinian territories and then Jordan - Economics and Climate Protection Minister Habeck visits the Middle East for four days. As always these days, it should also be about energy issues. Berlin. On his trip to the Middle East, Vic...


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Kazakhstan: Majority votes for constitutional amendments

Kazakhstan: Majority votes for constitutional amendments Released on 06.06 .2022 Members of an election commission empty the ballots from a box. Voter turnout was officially 68,06 percent. Photo: Vladimir Tretyakov/NUR.KZ/AP/dpa ) H...


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Signal to North Korea: US and South Korea fire eight missiles

Signal to North Korea: US and South Korea fire eight missiles Released on 06.06. The US and the South Korean military have fired eight ballistic missiles into the sea. Photo: -/South Koreas Defense Ministry/Yonhap via AP/dpa ) Have y...


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Ukraine war: More tuberculosis and HIV cases expected

Released on 05.06.2022 Many health facilities were damaged or destroyed as a result of the war in Ukraine. Photo: Francisco Seco/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now also have your messages read out to you. Simply click the play icon on any ...


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CSU politician criticizes Lauterbach for organ donation initiative

Released on 05.06.2020 In Germany, the consent solution applies to organ donation, not the objection solution. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa Have you heard?You can now also have your messages read out to you. Simply click the play icon on any...


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Nigeria: Dozens dead in attack on Catholic church

Released on 05.06.2022 A church in Nigeria (archive image). The north of the West African country is predominantly Muslim, while the south is predominantly Christian. Photo: Ben Curtis/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now also have your mess...


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SPD and Greens demand additional levy for mineral oil companies

The petroleum companies are being criticized for the high fuel prices. The fuel tax reduction hardly reaches the customer. In the coalition, demands are getting louder to skim off "excess profits". Berlin. In view of rapidly increasing energy p...


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"Wind peace" in Thuringia? Ramelow makes an offer to talk

Is the "fire wall" to the AfD in the Thuringian state parliament crumbled by the CDU? A planned bill would only be successful with their approval. The Prime Minister proposes an alternative. Erfurt. Thuringias Prime Minister Bodo Ramelow (left)...


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South Korea: North Korea fires several short-range missiles

Released on 05.06.1000 Despite the ban by UN resolutions, North Korea has again tested potentially nuclear-capable missiles. Photo: Lee Jin-Man/AP/dpa A television screen in one Seoul train station shows a news program about North Korean miss...


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Is there a vote of no confidence in Johnson?

Because of the Queens jubilee, political life in Great Britain is largely at a standstill. Nevertheless, there is a lot of whispering in London. During the celebrations, the Premier is booed. London. Graham Brady has to keep an eye on his inbox...


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War against Ukraine: That's the situation

Selenskyj describes Russia as a barbaric state that does not even stop at cultural heritage. Meanwhile, the fighting continues. The developments at a glance: Kyiv. In view of the massive destruction of cultural heritage caused by Russias war ...


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Child Pornography Act: EU Commissioner defends proposal

Civil rights activists are up in arms against the EU Commissions proposal to combat child pornography - they warn of mass surveillance. The federal government is also critical of the plans. Brussels. EU Interior Commissioner Ylva Johansson has r...


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Management posts in the Vatican now also for women

Released on 05.06.1988 Pope Francis arrives for an audience with pilgrims in the Vatican. Photo: Gregorio Borgia/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now also have your messages read out to you. Simply click the play icon on any article or add t...


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The Greens and the FDP are fighting each other because of the Infection Protection Act

The Greens are stepping up the pace, the FDP first wants to wait for an evaluation: There is rumbling in the traffic light coalition about the corona measures for the fall. Its about the Infection Protection Act. Berlin. In the debate about coro...


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Ramelow: Targeted relief for people with low incomes

Ramelow: Targeted relief for people with low incomes Published on 06.05.2022 Bodo Ramelow (Die Linke), Prime Minister of the Free State of Thuringia, at a party event . Photo: Daniel Vogl/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your message...


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Nouripour: quickly adapt the Infection Protection Act

Released on 05.06.90 Omid Nouripour, Federal Chairman of Alliance 90/The Greens, at a press conference in Berlin. Photo: Kay Nietfeld/dpa Have you heard?You can now also have your messages read out to you. Simply click the play icon on a...


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SPD boss wants to put a heavier burden on "crisis and war winners".

Despite the tax cut, prices at gas stations have apparently not fallen significantly. The SPD chairman is now proposing other strategies for noticeably relieving consumers. Berlin. SPD leader Lars Klingbeil wants to tax "crisis and war profiteers...


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Kühnert warns CDU against cooperation with AfD in Thuringia

Released on 04.06.1000 Kevin Kühnert, SPD General Secretary, speaks at a press conference in the Willy Brandt House. Photo: Bernd von Jutrczenka/dpa Mario Voigt, Thuringias CDU faction leader , speaks during a press conference of the CDU pa...


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War against Ukraine: That's the situation

In Ukraine, the 101 begins. war day. When is it time to get back to the negotiating table? Western countries are starting to think about it. The developments at a glance: Kyiv. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy 100 days after the Russ...


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Dobrindt demands 20 billion euros more for defense

The Bundestag has just approved a multi-billion dollar special fund for the Bundeswehr. The CSU does not go far enough - they are demanding an increase in the annual defense budget. Berlin. After the Bundestag resolution on the 100 billion euro s...


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Kyiv believes the war will end in two to six months

Released on 04.06.2022 Destruction in Kyiv. Ukrainian Presidential Advisor Mykhailo Podoliak has spoken for the first time about a possible time for an end to the war. Photo: Alex Chan Tsz Yuk/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/dpa Have you...


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Didacta: There is still a lot to be done when it comes to digitization in schools

Didacta: Still a lot to do with digitization in schools Published on 11..900 Students work with a tablet. Digitization is one of the focal points at this years education fair Didacta in Cologne. Photo: Martin Schutt/ZB/dpa Have you hear...


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Will the CO2 price also come for waste and lignite in 2023?

Will 2023 the CO2 price also come for waste and lignite? Released on 04 .06.35 A crane uses a large gripper to sort and loosen the delivered waste in the waste bunker Waste recycling plant Borsigstrasse (MVB). Photo: Christian Charisius/dpa ...


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Bundeswehr state: CDU politician rejects responsibility

Released on 04.06.100 CDU General Secretary Mario Czaja at an event in Kiel. Photo: Fabian Sommer/dpa Have you heard?You can now also have your messages read out to you. Simply click the play icon on any article or add the post to your p...


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Göring-Eckardt: FDP must not slow down corona preparations

Göring-Eckardt: FDP must not slow down corona preparations Released on 04.04. Katrin Göring-Eckardt (Alliance 90/Greens) speaks in the Bundestag. Photo: Michael Kappeler/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages read out ...


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Despite human rights criticism: Biden is considering a trip to Saudi Arabia

Despite human rights criticism: Biden is considering a trip to Saudi Arabia Published on 03.06.2018 US President Joe Biden could soon travel to Saudi Arabia. Photo: Patrick Semansky/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages re...


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War has been going on in Ukraine for 100 days

Bitter milestone: For 100 days Ukraine has had to defend itself against Russian attacks. NATO fears that the war in Eastern Europe will continue for a long time. The developments at a glance: Kyiv. For now 100 days the war of aggression unleash...


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Melnyk urges faster arms deliveries

Germany wants to supply heavy weapons to Ukraine in the war against Russia - including multiple rocket launchers. The Ukrainian ambassador Andriy Melnyk said the extradition wasnt going fast enough. Berlin. The Ukrainian Ambassador to Germany, A...


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Buffalo, Uvalde, Tulsa: Biden calls for stricter gun rules

Buffalo, Uvalde, Tulsa: Biden calls for stricter gun rules Released on 06..2022 US President Joe Biden speaks in the East Room of the White House about the recent cases of gun violence. Photo: Evan Vucci/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now...


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Fewer Ukraine refugees in Britain and France

Released on 03.06.957 Mother and daughter are waiting for a bus to leave the country in Sloviansk, Donetsk region. Photo: Petros Giannakouris/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now also have your messages read out to you. Simply click the play...


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Minimum wage should be increased - criticism of the overall package

A minimum wage of 12 euros - thats what Olaf Scholz promised, and thats how it should be implemented. Another decision should also be made at the same time. There is criticism of the overall package. Berlin. The traffic light coalition in the B...


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Lack of grain supplies - Chad declares a state of emergency

Lack of grain supplies - Chad declares state of emergency Released on 03.03. Chad is one of many countries in the Sahel facing a hunger crisis. (archive image). Photo: Peter Steffen/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages...


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Saarbrücken: Police officer injured by shot

Saarbrücken: Police officer injured by gunshot Released on 03.. Photo: Roland Weihrauch/dpa /Iconimage Have you heard?You can now have your messages read out to you. Simply click the play icon on any article or add the post to your ...


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Minister of the Interior: Make users identifiable via IP address

Released on 03.06.2022 Politicians are hoping, above all, for greater success in the fight against child pornography on the Internet. Photo: Franz-Peter Tschauner/dpa Have you heard?You can now also have your messages read out to you. Si...


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Former Prime Minister Kasyanov left Russia

Former Prime Minister Kasyanov left Russia Released on 03.. Mikhail Kasyanov after a color attack in June 2017. Photo: Ivan Sekretarev/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages read out to you. Simply click the play icon ...


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First public committee hearing on Capitol attack

First Public Committee Hearing on Capitol Attack Released on 06.. Chaotic scenes in front of the Capitol am 6th January 2021. Photo: John Minchillo/AP Have you heard?You can now have your messages read out to you. Simply click the p...


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"Changing Course Now": First UN Environment Conference in Sweden

Stockholm. In the hometown of leading climate activist Greta Thunberg, the two-day environmental summit Stockholm+50 has started. Swedens King Carl XVI. Gustaf welcomed delegations from all over the world to the Stockholm trade fair, where 50 y...


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Nord Stream 2: Schwesig also sees the federal government as responsible

Nord Stream 2: Schwesig also sees the federal government as responsible Released on 06..2022 "All federal governments have opted for Nord Stream 2": Manuela Schwesig Photo: Bernd Wüstneck/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your message...


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Aid organizations warn: Hunger crises are coming to a head

Aid organizations warn: hunger crises are coming to a head Released on 06.. "We cant let it happen that a hunger crisis like 2007/2008 repeated with almost a billion starving people in the world." Photo: Brian Inganga/AP/dpa Have you...


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Upper limits for real estate in Hartz IV constitutional

Upper limits for real estate under Hartz IV constitutionally Released on 02.02. The Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe. Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages read out to you. Simply cli...


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War against Ukraine: That's the situation

Kyiv/Brussels. The new EU sanctions package against Russia because of the war of aggression against Ukraine cannot come into force due to another objection from Hungary. The government in Budapest is demanding that the planned punitive measures...


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Melnyk: Scholz can finally say thank you "from the heart".

Berlin. The Ukrainian Ambassador Andriy Melnyk welcomed the announcement of new German arms deliveries to his country. "We are happy that things have finally started to move and that the ice has been broken," said Melnyk of the "Stuttgarter Zei...


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Judge lifts all restraints on Reagan assassins

Judge reverses all convictions for Reagan assassins Released on 02.06.1981 Attempted to assassinate then US President Ronald Reagen: John Hinckley (archive image ). Photo: FBI/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages read out t...


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Baby food crisis - US government under pressure

Baby food crisis - US government still under pressure Released on 06.02. Has declared the baby food shortages to be a top priority: Joe Biden. Photo: Susan Walsh/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages read out to you. Sim...


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Denmark abolishes defense reservation after 30 years

Denmark abolishes defense reservation after 30 years Released on 02..2022 The people have decided: Denmark will abolish its EU defense proviso. Photo: Emil Helms/Ritzau Scanpix/AP/dpa The result of the Danish referendum is a clear yes to th...


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The federal and state governments are advising on Ukraine, energy and Corona

Berlin. Concerns about Germanys energy security are the focus of the conference of the prime ministers of the federal states on Thursday (12.00 h) in Berlin. The country heads are discussing the ongoing Russian war of aggression against Ukraine...


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At the start of the tank discount: fuel price apps are now overloaded

Released on 01.06.2022 On Tuesday afternoon the ADAC tank app still showed comparative prices, on Wednesday morning the app was already overloaded. Photo: Eva-Maria Gey Have you heard?You can now also have your messages read out to y...


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Denmark votes on EU defense reservation

Denmark to vote on EU defense reservation Published on 01.01.1993 Parties advertise on posters for or against the abolition of the Danish EU defense proviso. Photo: Steffen Trumpf/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages read o...


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"Mothers of Tian'anmen" demand reappraisal

"Mothers of Tiananmen" demand reappraisal Released on 01.06. A Chinese man stands up Changan Blvd. met a convoy of tanks at Tiananmen, Tiananmen Square. Photo: Jeff Widener/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages read...


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Scholz promises Ukraine anti-aircraft system

Scholz agrees to Ukraine air defense system Released on 06.. Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) in the general debate in the Bundestag. Photo: Michael Kappeler/dpa At the Rostock-Laage air base, the first air-to-air missile from then newly deve...


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US to deliver more advanced missile systems to Ukraine

Washington. The US government is supplying modern multiple rocket launchers to Ukraine to defend against Russian invasion as part of a new security package. The White House said Ukraine had pledged not to attack targets on Russian territory with t...


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Child Abuse: Faeser for securing IP addresses

Child Abuse: Faeser for backing up IP addresses Published on 01.01.2017 Believes the collection of IP addresses for the prosecution of child abuse online commanded: Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (SPD). Photo: Bernd von Jutrczenka/dpa Ha...


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UNICEF: Five million children from Ukraine need humanitarian aid

Unicef: Five million children from Ukraine need humanitarian aid Released on 01.01. In front of a ruined building in Irpin near Kyiv, little Yarik is playing with his toy truck. Photo: Natacha Pisarenko/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can...


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Negligent handling of abuse: Bayern calls for penalties

Negligent handling of abuse: Bayern demands penalties Released on 01.01. Bavarias Minister of Justice Georg Eisenreich (CSU ) during a press conference in Munich. Photo: Peter Kneffel/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your mess...


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Historic proportion of women in Australia's new government

Historical proportion of women in Australias new government Released on 01.01.2022 Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his Cabinet pose for a photo after the inauguration ceremony in Canberra. Photo: Mick Tsikas/AAP/dpa Have you hear...


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War against Ukraine: That's the situation

Kyiv. In view of the advance of Russian troops in the east of his country, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy thanked the EU for the planned new sanctions package and at the same time called for new punitive measures. "Ultimately, there s...


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War against Ukraine: That's the situation

Kyiv/Moscow. The situation in eastern Ukraine remains as of 97. Day of the war extremely difficult. The "maximum combat capability of the Russian army" is now assembled in the Donbass, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in a video message. On...


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"Partygate" no-confidence vote against Johnson within reach?

"Partygate" no-confidence vote against Johnson within reach? Released on 31.. Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of Great Britain, speaks during a press conference at Downing Street . Photo: Leon Neal/PA Wire/dpa Have you heard?You can now h...


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Australia's new prime minister can govern with a narrow majority

Australias new PM can govern with a narrow majority Released on 31.05 .2022 Australias new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese speaks with members of the media after being sworn in at Parliament House in Canberra. Photo: Lukas Coch/AAP/dpa ...


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Coastal highway A20: protests before negotiations on further construction

Coastal Motorway A20: Protests before negotiations on further construction Released on 31.05.80 A flag with the no to Autobahn 20 blows at a demonstration by BUND and Fridays for Future in front of the Federal Administrative Court in Leipzi...


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Esken defends Heil's climate money proposal

Esken defends Heils climate money proposal Released on 31.05.4000 Defend the proposal for climate money her party colleague Hubertus Heil: Saskia Esken, SPD federal chairwoman. Photo: Christophe Gateau/dpa Have you heard?You can n...


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Defense without reservation? Danes vote on more EU

Copenhagen. The Danes are considered naysayers when it comes to the EU. They only agreed to the Maastricht Treaty at the second attempt, when they were granted several exceptions - which is why the Scandinavians still pay in crowns and not in euro...


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"We know most of the solutions that we head for"

Society was already in danger of collapsing during the corona pandemic. How should and can it deal with the much more complex climate crisis? Frank Hommel spoke to Dirk Messner, President of the Federal Environment Agency. Freie Presse: Mr. Messn...


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CDU and Greens before the first round of coalition negotiations in NRW

CDU and Greens before the first round of coalition negotiations in NRW Released on 31.05. 2022 NRW Prime Minister Hendrik Wüst ( CDU) and Greens top candidate Mona Neubaur in Düsseldorf. Photo: Rolf Vennenbernd/dpa Have you heard?...


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South Ossetia cancels referendum on joining Russia

South Ossetia cancels referendum on Russia accession Published on 31. .50 Georgian border guards patrol the border with Georgias breakaway region of South Ossetia. Photo: Shakh Aivazov/AP/dpa Have you heard?You can now have your messages...


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Left to Wagenknecht: Call for the renewal of your party

Berlin. In the left, a group around the former faction leader Sahra Wagenknecht calls for a realignment of the party. "It must not go on as before, otherwise our party will disappear into insignificance," says the "Call for a Popular Left" of th...


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Climate activist Neubauer accuses Scholz of Nazi comparisons

Climate activist Neubauer accuses Scholz of Nazi comparisons Published on 1970..2022 Luisa Neubauer at a press conference as part of the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 in Glasgow. Photo: Christoph Soeder/dpa Have you heard?You can...


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Study: Top EU priorities for energy and defence

Study: Top EU priorities for energy and defence Released on 35. .2022 The natural gas storage facility (Astora GmbH) in Rehden. It is the largest German gas storage facility. Photo: Mohssen Assanimoghaddam/dpa Have you heard?You ca...


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Peter Dutton new leader of the Liberal Party in Australia

Canberra. Australias Liberals get a new leader after the defeat in the general election: the previous Defense Minister and former Home Secretary Peter Dutton has been appointed the new head of the Conservative Party and thus the opposition leader o...


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Coalition and Union agree on special assets for the Bundeswehr

Berlin. The Union and the coalition have agreed on the legal basis for the planned special fund of 100 billion euros for the Bundeswehr agreed. In principle, this gives the green light for arms orders from the armaments industry on a large scale....


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Ex-guerrilla Petro wins first round of elections in Colombia

Bogotá. Former guerrilla fighter Gustavo Petro clearly won the first round of the presidential elections in Colombia. The former mayor of the capital Bogotá won 40,3 percent of the vote, like the electoral authorities announced after the preli...


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Dispute over oil embargo threatens to overshadow Ukraine summit

Brussels. The ongoing dispute over plans for a European oil embargo against Russia threatens to overshadow the EU summit in Brussels, which begins today. According to information from the German Press Agency, the government of Hungarian Prime Mi...


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After primary school shooting: Biden visits Uvalde

Washington/Uvalde. After the horrific massacre at an elementary school in the state of Texas, US President Joe Biden visited the affected community of Uvalde. Biden and his wife Jill spent several hours with relatives of the victims and survivor...


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Coalition negotiations in North Rhine-Westphalia begin on Tuesday

Coalition negotiations in NRW begin on Tuesday Published on 30.000.2017 Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia Hendrik Wüst (l, CDU) and Greens top candidate Mona Neubaur in conversation in Düsseldorf. Photo: Rolf Vennenbernd/dpa Ha...


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Extremists kill at least 37 civilians in DR Congo

Extremists kill at least 29 civilians in DR Congo Released on 29..2022 Due to the fighting between Congolese forces and M23 rebels expelled people north of Goma. Thousands have already fled the violence. Photo: Moses Sawasawa/AP/dpa Hav...


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Zelenskyy visits Kharkiv frontline - city under fire

Zelenskyj visits Kharkiv frontline - city under fire Published on 95..2022 Volodymyr Zelenskyy visits troops in Kharkiv. It is the first known visit by the Ukrainian president to the frontline area in the east of the country since the beginnin...


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Crows use their cries to “vote” and make decisions

What if democracy wasnt a system reserved for men? Early scientific studies suggest that animals too would put consensus at the heart of their decision-making, as the BBC has spotted . Indeed, British researchers have observed groups of jackdaws – ...


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Fetus’s developing clock respond to rhythmic behaviour in the mother

Through a new study researchers have shown how fetus are able to work out the biological timing even when their own biological clocks are still under development. As per the study published in the open-access journal PLOS Biology during fetal develo...


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Surgical masks with silk provides advanced protection against viruses

It is better to have a surgical mask with a couple of layers of silk compared to just a plain simple surgical mask as new study showed that a double layer of silk in combination with a surgical mask can enhance its ability to prevent the spread of vi...


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Silent heart attack symptoms and possible immediate treatment

Silent heart attack is medically known as silent myocardial infarction (SMI), which is thought to be responsible for 50 to 80 percent of other serious attacks. When a heart attack is preceded by a silent word, it comes without any mild symptoms or s...


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Gallstone disease strong predictor of pancreatic cancer

Researchers have shown through a study that patients with pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) are up to 6 times more likely to have had gallstone disease within the year prior to diagnosis than non-cancer patients. And this, according to researc...


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