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EXPRESSE 19.01.21 7:53
.Här attackeras 83-åriga kvinnan vid bankomaten
Tre dagar innan julafton gick den 83-åriga kvinnan med sin rullator till en bankomat vid Folkets hus i Malmö. En 45-årig man gick då fram till kvinnan, tog pengarna som hon precis tagit ut och drog samtidigt omkull henne så hon fick en skallskada.I dag åtalades han för grov stöld och för att ha misshandlat 83-åringen.
GU 19.01.21 7:49
.Coronavirus live news: China and WHO criticised by independent Covid panel US nears 400,000 deaths
California’s state epidemiologist calls to stop 300,000 vaccinations after possible severe allergic reactions tens of thousands skip vaccination in India Trump lifting Covid travel restrictions on UK, much of Europe and BrazilWHO: just 25 Covid vaccine doses administered in low-income countriesChina and WHO made mistakes in containing Covid outbreak, says panelGermany weighs up mandatory FFP2 masks in shops and on transportVenezuela’s Nicolás Maduro sends oxygen to tackle Brazil’s Covid crisis 5.49am GMT First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she was “hopeful” ...
MIR 19.01.21 7:32
.'Much-loved' man, 29, killed in crash while out jogging at UK accident blackspot
Ex-Aston Villa striker Stan Collymore was among those who paid tribute to marketing manager Jack Ryan, 29, who was knocked down by an oncoming Range Rover last week
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 7:28
.Dokument: Frankrike hade insyn i folkmordet
Frankrike har haft total insyn i vad som skedde vid folkmordet i Rwanda.Enligt forskaren François Graner gav politikerna – med president François Mitterrand i spetsen – sitt stöd till hutuextremister före, under och efter folkmordet.– De måste ses som medskyldiga, säger han. 
BBCW 19.01.21 7:13
.Migrant caravan: Mexico presses US to reform immigration policies
The Mexican president spoke out as thousands gather in Guatemala en route to Mexico and the US.
MIR 19.01.21 7:05
.Women urged to have smear as MP loses 'most of her cervix' due to abnormal cells
Labour's Alex Davies-Jones has used her experience of being diagnosed with a cervical cell abnormality to stress the importance of having a cervical screening, even during lockdown
GU 19.01.21 7:00
.French ex-PM Édouard Balladur goes on trial over alleged kickbacks
Politician, 91, accused of financing failed 1995 presidential campaign with illegal kickbacks in ‘Karachi affair’Former French prime minister Édouard Balladur will go on trial on Tuesday accused of financing his failed 1995 presidential campaign with illegal kickbacks from international arms deals.The 91-year-old rightwing politician is the latest high-ranking French politician to find himself in the dock over the so-called Karachi affair that has poisoned the country’s political life for more than 25 years. Continue reading...
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 7:00
.Assange-kvinnorna träder fram efter tio år
Julian Assange misstänktes för två fall av sexuella övergrepp mot kvinnor i Sverige – en utredning som lades ner 2019.I TV4:s ”Kalla fakta” berättar nu kvinnorna om vad de utsattes för – och hatet som kom efteråt.– Allt som jag någonsin sagt har vänts emot mig, säger Anna Ardin, en av kvinnorna.
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 7:00
.Varför gnälls det mer på elbilarna än på utsläppen?
Märkligt nog klagas det mer på elcykelpremier och miljöbilsbonusar än på skattestöden till stora utsläppare.Den smartaste klimatpolitiken vore att strypa den bidragskranen.
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 7:00
.58 gängkriminella gripna – ändå fortsätter skotten
Polisens storsatsning mot gängen blev en succé.Och ett fiasko.Nya siffror visar att var tredje gängkriminell i Biskopsgården satts bakom lås och bom. Ändå fortsätter skjutningarna.– Sådana frågor, om vi arbetar rätt, måste man ställa sig hela tiden, säger polischefen Jörgen Thorén.
MIR 19.01.21 6:49
.Months worth of rain for UK as storm sparks major incident with snow and floods
Forecaster Greg Dewhurst said the heavy rainfall was unusual for this time of year and said: "Some places will see well above a months rainfall over two to three days"
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 5:30
.Lego-arvingens ödesdigra beslut – så delades familjen
Lego gör succé världen över. Men bakom framgångarna ligger ett beslut som har delat Lego-familjen.Den ena halvan har fått sina pengar att växa till den grad att de nu är rikast i Danmark. Den andra halvan har gjort svaga investeringar och bråkat inför öppen ridå. Nu plågas de dessutom av sorg. Här är det mörka kapitlet i framgångssagan för världens mest berömda leksakstillverkare. 
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 5:30
.Patrik Levin, 35, är Gekås nya vd: ”Jag ska ha kul”
Efter 20 år med Boris Lennerhov vid rodret är det dags för Patrik Levin att ta över som vd för Sveriges största varuhus. I två veckor har han nu haft rollen på Gekås i Ullared. – Nu är man lite härligt snurrig, säger Patrik Levin. 
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 5:30
.Enkla knepet – som ger dig mer i tjänstepension
Tillhör du ITP 2 och tjänar drygt en halv miljon om året?Då kan du utöka din framtida pension med tiotusentals kronor – med ett relativt okänt knep.– Det finns egentligen bara uppsidor, säger Tomas Carlsson på Collectum.Så här fungerar det.
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 5:30
.Äger du fritidshus – då sitter du på en guldgruva
Den som äger ett fritidshus kan skatta sig lycklig.En mycket stor efterfrågan drev upp priset rejält förra året.Men det går att höja värdet på din fastighet – vare sig du vill sälja, hyra ut eller bara behålla ditt lantställe. Här är experternas bästa tips.
MIR 19.01.21 4:48
.Trump 'to deport man to Haiti' despite him having never been in final act
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement is reportedly set to carry out a final deportation flight under Donald Trump's administration on Tuesday, with one plane bound for Haiti
GU 19.01.21 4:47
.Global Covid report: China and WHO criticised for early mistakes US urges more Wuhan access
Independent panel criticises WHO for not declaring emergency until 30 January and Biden and Trump camps clash over easing travel restrictionsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAn independent panel has said Chinese officials could have applied public health measures more forcefully a year ago to curb Covid-19, and criticised the World Health Organization (WHO) for delays in declaring an international emergency, as the US called on China to allow WHO investigators to interview care workers, patients and lab workers ...
MIR 19.01.21 4:42
.British Airways pilot who battled Covid in US hospital for 8 months finally home
Reports say that despite the long and arduous fight with the disease international pilot Nicholas Synott soldiered on, with his wife at his bedside every single day
MIR 19.01.21 4:37
.Calls to halt smart motorways as coroner rules they pose death risk after crash
Sheffield coroner David Urpeth gave the stark warning at an inquest into the deaths of two men on a stretch of the M1 that had no hard shoulder in June 2019
BBCW 19.01.21 4:13
.Kyrgios criticises Djokovic over Australian Open quarantine row
Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios takes aim at Novak Djokovic ahead of the Australian Open.
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 3:45
.Meghans pappas plan – göra film om dottern
Hertiginnan Meghan, 39, har inte träffat sin pappa Thomas Markle sedan sitt giftermål.Nu planerar pappan att göra en ny dokumentär med osedda videor och bilder av dottern.– Jag tror vi kommer att göra ett bra jobb, säger han till The Sun.
BBCW 19.01.21 3:45
.Tunisia protests: Hundreds arrested as clashes continue
Demonstrators angered by high unemployment and an economic crisis clash with police.
BBCW 19.01.21 3:31
.Biden says travel bans will stay despite Trump order
The US president-elect dismisses a White House order lifting entry bans for much of Europe and Brazil.
MIR 19.01.21 3:26
.Girl, 10, who lost ball in sea finds it 120 miles away in village a week later
The 10-year-old owner was reunited with her lost ball after an appeal on social media by a concerned Welsh local was shared thousands of times
GU 19.01.21 3:00
.Trump administration to deport man to Haiti who has never been there
Financial consultant Paul Pierrilus came to the US with his parents, who are both US citizens, when he was fiveUS Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) is to carry out a final deportation flight of the Trump era on Tuesday, with a plane bound for Haiti whose passengers include a man who is not a Haitian citizen, and who has never been there.Paul Pierrilus, a 40-year-old financial consultant from Rockland County, New York, was born in the French Caribbean territory of ...
SPIEG 19.01.21 2:48
.Can We Stop a Super Coronavirus?
The new strains of the coronavirus are even more dangerous than those known so far. Researchers and politicians fear a sharp increase in the number of infections, with dramatic consequences like those seen in Britain. Can Germany still stop the new killers?
GU 19.01.21 2:43
.Michelin awards star to vegan restaurant for the first time in France
Restaurant ONA in the city of Ares rewarded after initially struggling to get funding to open its doorsA vegan restaurant in south-west France has won a Michelin star, the first for an establishment serving only animal-free products in France.Claire Vallee runs the restaurant ONA – which stands for Origine Non Animale – in the city of Ares, near Bordeaux, which she launched in 2016 thanks to crowdfunding from supporters and a loan from a green bank. Continue reading...
BBCW 19.01.21 2:41
.Alexei Navalny: Poisoned Putin critic Navalny to be kept in custody
It follows his dramatic return to Russia, five months after a nerve agent attack almost killed him.
BBCW 19.01.21 2:29
.Fang Fang: Author vilified for Wuhan Diary speaks out a year on
Wuhan writer Fang Fang talks about the price she has had to pay for her controversial lockdown diaries.
BBCW 19.01.21 2:27
.Why Iran’s nuclear facilities are still vulnerable to attack
Putting sites underground does not mean they're beyond the reach of those who want them scuppered.
BBCW 19.01.21 2:19
.Olivier Duhamel: French incest allegations prompt victims to speak out
A sex abuse case involving a well-known intellectual sparked a deluge of testimonies by victims of abuse.
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 2:16
.70-åring förgiftade makens kaffe – avslöjades av kamera
En 70-årig kvinna filmades när hon hällde ett vitt pulver i makens kaffekopp vid flera tillfällen.Pulvret visade sig vara bekämpningsmedel mot kackerlackor.Kvinnan hotas nu av fyra års fängelse enligt ABC News.
MIR 19.01.21 2:15
.Major incident declared as Storm Christoph set to batter UK with rain and snow
People are being urged to prepare as an amber weather warning for rain was issued by the Met Office for Tuesday to Thursday for central northern England among other areas of the country
BBCW 19.01.21 2:05
.Conquering K2 in winter 'together'
The BBC speaks to Nirmal Purja, among the first Nepalese climbers who reached the K2 summit in winter.
MIR 19.01.21 1:32
.Britain now has world's highest daily Covid-19 death rate as toll nears 90,000
Oxford University research platform Our World In Data shows that the UK has a significantly higher death rate than the US, where more than 400,000 people have now died with coronavirus
MIR 19.01.21 1:31
.Trump to lift COVID-19 travel bans on those flying from UK, Brazil and Europe
The restrictions are set to end on January 26 under a new proclamation from Trump the same day that new coronavirus test requirements take effect for all international visitors
ANSA 19.01.21 1:30
.L'Etna dà spettacolo, doppio trabocco lavico da Sud-Est
Colata verso la desertica Valle del Bove, attività stromboliana
BBCW 19.01.21 1:15
.Covid vaccine: WHO warns of 'catastrophic moral failure'
It accuses richer nations of a me-first approach to Covid vaccine, and hoarding precious supplies.
BBCW 19.01.21 0:32
.Keystone pipeline: Biden 'to cancel it on his first day'
The president-elect will sign an executive order on his first day in office, media reports say.
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 0:30
.Osäkerheten om Macron inför valet
Om ett drygt år är det val i Frankrike.Men Brigitte Macron vet inte om maken Emmanuel Macron kommer att försöka bli omvald som president enligt Express.– Han pratar inte med mig om det, säger Brigitte Macron till TF1.
MIR 19.01.21 0:21
.Alexei Navalny - the poison pariah and man Vladimir Putin fears the most
Politician and anti-corruption campaigner Alexei Navalny, who has been a thorn in the Russian President’s side for the last decade, was arrested by police yesterday after returning to the country
MIR 19.01.21 0:20
.Three pals fined £1,000 for Covid breach after driving to beauty spot together
Three friends in Manchester were fined £1,000 after police pulled over their damaged car as it was speeding back from Macclesfield Forest in breach of Covid restrictions
MIR 19.01.21 0:18
.'Tories must make £20-a-week Universal Credit uplift permanent'
Conservatives abstaining on the Labour call was pitiful, the attempt to minimise a rebellion showed sheer cowardice by Boris Johnson - now MPs have voted to extend the £20-a-week Universal Credit payment we urge the PM to make it permanent
MIR 19.01.21 0:18
.Storm Christoph to drop 2 months' rain in 36 hours as UK braces for major floods
As much as 8 inches of rain could fall in parts of the UK as Storm Christoph sparks flood warnings across the land and the Met Office warns of a 'danger to life'
EXPRESSE 19.01.21 0:06
.Melanias sista tal – tystnaden om kaoset
Melania Trump har hållit ett sista tal som USA:s första dam.Hon tackade för åren som gått – men nämnde inget om stormningen av Kapitolium.– De senaste fyra åren har varit oförglömliga, sa Melania i talet som sändes via Twitter.
MIR 18.01.21 23:48
.Melania Trump says 'violence never justified' in final First Lady message
In the speech, shared on Twitter on Monday, the 50-year-old has spoken about violence after her husband's supporters rioted at the US Capitol building on January 6 - leaving five people dead
GU 18.01.21 23:45
.US coronavirus deaths will hit half a million in February, experts predict
February and March expected to be peak months for infectionSlow start for vaccination amid more contagious virus variant Experts predict 500,000 Americans will probably be killed by Covid-19 before the end of February, and perhaps before, in an acceleration of deaths expected to crest in March.The warning comes as an increasing number of experts see February and March as peak months for Covid-19 disease transmission in the US, with a more contagious variant circulating in most states and mass vaccination ...
GU 18.01.21 23:44
.Trump to hold early morning sendoff ceremony on Biden inauguration day
Outgoing president has issued invites for event taking place in Maryland at 8am on WednesdayFollow the latest US political news – live updates Donald Trump is planning an early morning sendoff event for himself at a military airfield in Maryland on Wednesday several hours before his successor, Joe Biden, is inaugurated as the 46th US president at the Capitol in Washington DC.For his last presidential ceremony, Trump reportedly wants an ostentatious military parade and an official armed forces farewell as ...
EXPRESSE 18.01.21 23:38
.Man åtalas efter chockerande djurfynd
Vid en razzia i Löberöd hittades över 800 ödlor, krokodiler och andra reptiler. Flera av djuren var utrotningshotade och levde i misär.Nu åtalas en man för bland annat grovt artskyddsbrott. Enligt åklagaren har han bedrivit yrkesmässig handel med djur som är artskyddade.”Bland det värsta jag sett”, berättade en av inspektörerna efter tillslaget.
GU 18.01.21 23:22
.Greek president praises Sofia Bekatorou for reporting alleged sexual assault
Olympic sailing gold medallist alleges assault occurred in 1998Katerina Sakellaropoulou praises athlete’s ‘brave revelation’Greece’s president, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, has praised the Olympic sailing champion Sofia Bekatorou for dissolving a potential “conspiracy of silence” by reporting a historic allegation of sexual assault by a sports official.Bekatorou, who won a gold medal at the Athens Games in 2004, told the Greek edition of Marie Claire last month that she suffered the assault in 1998, when she was 21. Sakellaropoulou met Bekatorou on Monday ...
ANSA 18.01.21 22:24
.Usa: rubò laptop a Pelosi, 'voleva venderlo ai russi'
Fbi indaga donna che 6/1 prese pc da ufficio speaker Camera
ANSA 18.01.21 21:27
.Mercato: è il Mandzukic-day, Milik verso Marsiglia
Il croato sbarca a Milanello e il Parma stringe per Benatia
ANSA 18.01.21 21:24
.Ufficiale l'esonero di Giampaolo dal Torino
Il club granata lo ringrazia per 'professionalità e per impegno'
ANSA 18.01.21 21:20
.Sanremo, confermate le date. La Rai lavora al pubblico in presenza
La 71esima edizione del Festival si terrà dal 2 al 6 marzo
ANSA 18.01.21 21:17
.Il Festival di Sanremo confermato dal 2 al 6 marzo
La Rai lavora a Protocollo per avere il pubblico all'Ariston
BBCW 18.01.21 20:51
.US Capitol riots: FBI investigates whether stolen Pelosi laptop was offered to Russia
A 22-year-old woman is accused by an ex-partner of trying to sell the device to Russian intelligence.
GU 18.01.21 20:39
.Rebels aim to insert genocide amendment in UK-China trade bill
UK court would determine whether China is committing genocide against Uighurs if measure passedThe government is struggling to contain a potential backbench rebellion over its China policy after the Conservative Muslim Forum, the International Bar Association (IBA), and the prime minister’s former envoy on freedom of religious belief backed a move to give the UK courts a say in determining whether countries are committing genocide.The measure is due in the Commons on Tuesday when the trade bill returns from the ...
ANSA 18.01.21 20:36
.Morto l'attore francese Jean-Pierre Bacri
Protagonista di 'Aria di famiglia' e 'Il gusto degli altri'
BBCW 18.01.21 20:15
.Saudi Arabia executions: 'Drastic' reduction reported in 2020
The Saudi Human Rights Commission says it documented 27 last year - an 85% drop compared to 2019.
ANSA 18.01.21 20:06
.Usa: Capitol Hill in lockdown per un incendio
In un accampamento di senzatetto nelle vicinanze
ANSA 18.01.21 20:01
.Usa: a Washington scatta l'allarme Covid per la Guardia Nazionale
Timore contagi, almeno 43 soldati nella capitale già positivi
F24 18.01.21 19:40
.Navalny urges Russians to 'take to the streets' over jailing
Russia's most prominent opposition leader Alexei Navalny called on Monday for his supporters to take to the streets after a hastily organised court ordered him jailed for 30 days. Navalny, President Vladimir Putin's best-known domestic critic, was taken to the station after a dramatic airport arrest on Sunday that prompted condemnation from the West and calls for his immediate release.
GU 18.01.21 19:36
.Seafood lorries travel to Westminster for protest against Brexit red tape
Fishers ‘losing their livelihoods’ as delays hamper exports to the EU and trucks return emptyFishing lorries from Scotland and Devon have descended on Westminster to stage a protest against the Brexit red tape they say is either delaying or ruining exports of their fresh shellfish to the EU.Trucks with slogans including “Brexit carnage” and “Incompetent government destroying shellfish industry” parked metres from Downing Street on Monday, but they stopped short of carrying out their threat last week to dump fresh ...
ANSA 18.01.21 19:34
.Auto: ecobonus al via, prenotati incentivi per 20 mln
In gran parte per vetture benzina e diesel
ANSA 18.01.21 19:28
.Spread poco mosso con prima richiesta fiducia
Rendimento decennale allo 0,628%
ANSA 18.01.21 19:22
.Trump rompe l'ultima tradizione, nessuna lettera per Biden
Il presidente uscente lascerà la Casa Bianca la mattina presto di mercoledì
GU 18.01.21 19:05
.Almost 30% of Covid patients in England readmitted to hospital after discharge – study
Readmission rate for Covid patients 3.5 times greater, and death rate seven times higher, than for other hospital patients Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageNearly a third of people who were discharged from hospitals in England after being treated for Covid-19 were readmitted within five months – and almost one in eight died, a study suggests.The research, which is still to be peer-reviewed, also found a higher risk of problems developing in a range of organs after hospital ...
BBCW 18.01.21 18:55
.Trapped Chinese miners' note sparks hopes for rescue
Rescuers say at least 12 Chinese workers are alive a week after an explosion blocked the mine's exit.
GU 18.01.21 18:49
.Germany weighs up mandatory FFP2 masks in shops and on transport
Respiratory masks already compulsory in Bavaria over fears of coronavirus mutationsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageGermany is weighing up following Austria and Bavaria’s lead in making it compulsory to wear full protective filter masks on public transport and in shops, as the country remains on high alert about the impact of possible coronavirus mutations.The Austrian chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, announced on Sunday that wearing single-use filtering facepiece respirator, or FFP2, masks would become mandatory on public transport and in ...
GU 18.01.21 18:30
.The WA cops rounding up Indigenous kids: a 'toxic and racist environment'
The police stories: Two former Western Australian and NSW officers speak out about what they saw during their time in uniformAustralia’s anguish: the Indigenous kids trapped behind bars‘Hell scared’: how a terrified homeless boy found himself locked up alone in the ‘hole’One of the worst moments of Jim Taylor’s eight-year career as a Western Australian police officer was the day he strip-searched a 10-year-old Aboriginal boy.Taylor, now 44, was working in Perth in the Juvenile Aid Group, or “Jag”. He ...
GU 18.01.21 18:28
.Canada police officers refuse questions over one-year-old's shooting death
Watchdog says none of the officers who opened fire on pickup truck in Ontario in November have spoken to investigatorsTwo months after a one-year old boy was killed in a police shooting in rural Ontario, the officers involved have still not spoken to investigators, according to a police watchdog.Ontario’s special investigations unit (SIU) said that none of the officers who opened fire on a pickup truck on 27 November have agreed to interviews, adding that they had no legal obligation ...
ANSA 18.01.21 18:04
.Leonardo su Mbappé e Neymar: 'Chi vuole resti nel PSG'
'Messi? Giocatori come lui sempre in cima a lista dei desideri'
ANSA 18.01.21 17:42
.Processo per vilipendio, no a legittimo impedimento per Salvini
Il giudice: 'Il leader della Lega è un senatore, il Presidente del Consiglio ha parlato alla Camera dei Deputati'
ANSA 18.01.21 17:11
.Viminale, ok spostamenti tra regioni se verso abitazione
In testo circolare non si nominano seconde case. Controlli anti-Covid, 1.325 sanzionati e 3 denunciati
BBCW 18.01.21 16:49
.Chip-shortage 'crisis' halts car-company output
A shortage of computer chips is leading to car factories shutting down for days at a time.
GU 18.01.21 16:42
.Italian PM battles for coalition’s survival over Covid recovery plan
Italia Viva party’s departure deprives Conte of majority, with crunch vote on TuesdayItaly deserves a “cohesive government”, its prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, has said as he began the fight for his coalition’s survival.Conte told the lower house of parliament on Monday that the political crisis triggered last week by the former prime minister Matteo Renzi was “unfounded” and risked severely damaging the country at a time when Italians were struggling with health and financial worries. Continue reading...
DDE 18.01.21 13:20
.Maas demands Navalny's immediate release
The German Foreign Minister finds the arrest of the Kremlin critic after his return to Russia completely incomprehensible.
SPIEG 18.01.21 12:23
.Economist Nouriel Roubini: "Twitter and the Other Platforms Are Bad, Facebook Is Worse"
Star economist Nouriel Roubini believes that President-elect Joseph Biden's first term will be overshadowed by civil unrest at home and cyberattacks from abroad. He believes social media platforms must be more strictly regulated.
DDE 18.01.21 5:28
.Coronavirus: Latest updates
Biontech vaccine easier to use in future +++ Here you find the most important news about the spread of the lung disease in Germany.
SPIEG 15.01.21 20:13
.Twitter, Facebook and Co.: The Growing Problem of Online Radicalization
The raid on the Capitol in Washington, D.C., has shown clearly just how dangerous online radicalization can be. By promoting hate and inciting violence, social media platforms represent a danger to democracy.
SPIEG 15.01.21 16:23
.Can We Develop Herd Immunity to Internet Propaganda?
Internet propaganda is becoming an industrialized commodity, warns Phil Howard, the director of the Oxford Internet Institute and author of many books on disinformation. In an interview, he calls for greater transparency and regulation of the industry.
SPIEG 15.01.21 13:08
.New Study Explores Risk Played By Children in COVID Spread
Few other issues are as hotly debated as school closures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. New data from Austria now provides further evidence of the risk posed by children. The virus mutant B.1.1.7 could make the situation even worse.
DDE 15.01.21 12:57
.Rapid Response Window launched
The new UN instrument aims to remove barriers to women's participation in peace negotiations.
SPIEG 14.01.21 21:35
.Young Entrepreneurs in Central America: Building a Life at Home Instead of Emigrating
Thousands of people every year leave Central America for the U.S. to escape poverty and a lack of prospects. But some young entrepreneurs are demonstrating that it is possible to find a future at home.
SPIEG 14.01.21 16:30
.The Modern-Day Bounty Hunters of South Africa: A Brutal Fight against Poaching
The fight against rhino poachers in South Africa is a lucrative business. Well-armed units patrol the parks and reserves – and have been accused of murdering innocent people.
SPIEG 14.01.21 14:05
.Europe's Army of Filipino Domestic Workers: Modern Slavery
They clean, walk dogs and take care of children, day in and day out, for years at a time. A photography project shows how women from the Philippines work in poor conditions in Europe so that their families back home can have better lives.
DDE 14.01.21 12:55
.700 million for hydrogen research
The German government wants to turn German manufacturers into world leaders in this area.
SPIEG 13.01.21 18:48
.Bavaria's FFP2 Requirement: Critics Say Expensive Masks Burden the Poor
Those wanting to enter a store or board public transportation in Bavaria will be required to wear an FFP2 mask starting next week. Even though they offer better protection against the coronavirus, the masks are expensive, and not everyone can afford them. But relief could be coming soon.
DDE 13.01.21 15:48
.Upswing or slump?
How quickly will the German economy recover from its corona low? Hopes are high for 2021.
DDE 12.01.21 16:02
.Merkel sees Twitter’s blocking of Trump as problematic
Social network operators do have a responsibility to bear, but permanent blocking also raises a question.
SPIEG 08.01.21 20:41
.Donald Trump's Army and the Attack on America: The Dimming Light of Democracy
Trump supporters sought to reverse the result of a democratic election on Wednesday at the behest of the president himself. DER SPIEGEL has reconstructed the events of a day that will live in infamy.
DDE 08.01.21 17:08
.German to head UN mission in Sudan
UN Secretary-General Guterres has appointed political scientist Volker Perthes as Special Representative for Sudan.
SPIEG 07.01.21 22:41
.Tourists and Refugees Cross Paths on Gran Canaria: "It Ruins the Vacation Feeling"
Gran Canaria's tourism industry is doing all it can to survive the coronavirus. Some luxury hotels are even hosting the increasing numbers of migrants arriving from across the ocean. It is a clash of two worlds.
SPIEG 07.01.21 17:23
.German-Russian Relations at a New Low
German relations with Russia have soured following the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny and the brazen assassination of a Chechen asylum-seeker in Berlin. At times, Moscow has been baffled by Germany's stances.
SPIEG 07.01.21 17:16
.Mob in the U.S. Capitol: Trumpism Distilled to Its Purest Form - Opinion
Wednesday's failed insurrection in Washington is the logical finale of the Trump era. Responsibility for the debacle lies squarely on the shoulders of the Republican Party – and especially on their outgoing president.
SPIEG 07.01.21 13:16
.DER SPIEGEL's Trump Covers - Photo Gallery
No American president has been more incendiary than Donald Trump. He has been the subject in recent years of 28 DER SPIEGEL cover stories. Many featured the work of illustrator Edel Rodriguez. The covers were often criticized as being exaggerated. Here are the most important ones.
DDE 07.01.21 11:47
.Merkel partly blames Trump for storming of Capitol building
The disturbing images of the storming of Congress have made the German Chancellor angry and sad.
SPIEG 06.01.21 18:53
.Nicola Sturgeon on Scotland after Brexit: "We Are Committed To Becoming an Independent State"
Brexit was a mistake. Scotland should leave the United Kingdom and remain a part of the European Union, argues Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
F24 19.01.21 4:47
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