In Giessen: activists mark more than 70 cars "for flaring"
Dozens of high-priced cars have been marked with a red "X" in the Giessen city area. In a letter, activists confess to the action - and threaten to set fire to the cars if a nearby forest should be cleared.
COVID-19 crisis causes further cost-cutting measures at German airline Lufthansa
“Solidified structures”: Dozens of illegal prostitution cases
The city of Frankfurt has recently initiated numerous proceedings against prostitutes and clients. These include criminal charges for exercising prohibited prostitution.
Rising new infections: Federal government warns against traveling to Vienna
The Robert Koch Institute puts the Austrian capital on the list of corona risk areas. Vienna recently recorded 113 new cases out of 100,000 inhabitants - and thus clearly exceeded the critical limit.
American citizen: with a broken finger in Lukashenka's dungeon
Political advisor and American citizen Vitali Shkliarov has been in custody in Minsk since July. So far, Washington has not advocated his release, at least in public. Now his wife has taken an unusual step.
Trump shares an edited video of Biden playing 'F*** the Police'
The president shared a clip that made it seem as if Biden were listening to an anti-police song.
State of the Union Address: "A better way of life for tomorrow's world"
Ursula von der Leyen has outlined her priorities. It remains ambitious when it comes to climate protection, when it comes to migration, it does not yet show its cards and when it comes to Brexit, it signals determination.
The new Middle East emerging from the Israel-Emirates agreement
A message from Esther Solomon, the opinion editor of Haaretz.com: A “Treaty of Peace, Diplomatic Relations and Full Normalization”: Neither the Trump administration, Netanyahu nor the Emiratis wanted to leave any doubt that the U.S.-brokered agreement, launched under the Biblical “Abraham Accords” brand was, indeed, a peace deal. But that’s not what happened. The first signed agreement between Israel and an Arab state in a qua
Climate, corona, racism: Will Trump's defiance win over Biden's caution?
America's west coast is on fire. Supporters of the president, however, etch that climate change is like "structural racism in heaven". In other words: The Democrats are looking for excuses to tease people.
In the event of peaceful resignation: Tichanowskaya promises Lukashenka impunity
If the Belarusian president leaves office in a “humane way”, there will be a chance, says the opposition. The population will not accept Lukashenka's inauguration.
Von der Leyen to Unveil Plan for Migration Policy Overhaul After Moria Camp Fire
BRUSSELS (Sputnik), Luc Rivet - Following years of unsuccessful attempts to find a consensus on tackling the migration time bomb, the European Union's executive arm is finally set to unveil a plan for policy overhaul on 23 September after being spurred into action by the devastating Moria camp fire that left some 12,000 migrants without shelter.
Yoshihide Suga elected as Japan's first new prime minister in 8 years
71-year-old Suga will replace long-time ally Shinzo Abe who is stepping down because of his health.