Hamburg hotel murder trial without publicity

Hamburg hotel murder trial without publicity

Right at the start of the proceedings, the district court excluded the public to protect the defendant. Listeners and media representatives were not allowed to come back into the courtroom until the verdict was reached. Half a year ago, the 27-year-old from greece allegedly killed the young woman with countless knife stabs. Her body was badly mangled. Prosecution accuses him of murder for cruelty.

However, the man has severe delusions and is considered incapable of guilt. The public prosecutor’s office therefore wants to have him placed in a psychiatric clinic – until he is no longer a danger to others.

The 23 year old texan had been living in hamburg since june 2011, she wanted to start a study in the hanseatic city. She is said to have met her future murderer in a hotel in august 2011; he had also stayed there once.

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Christina kob and renate schramm are tops

Christina kob and renate schramm are tops

The schutzenverein itzgrund is very proud of its schutzin christina kob, who last year brought the bavarian championship title in air rifle mounted shooting to grobheirath and even became the german champion. Schutz, who comes from untersiemau, successfully defended her title this year and became bavarian champion in this discipline for the second time in a row in the senior III female class. Christina kob had again this year a steady hand and a sure eye. As gaumeisterin and upper franconian vice-district champion, she was able to travel to the bavarian championships at the olympic slalom facility hochbruck in munich in good spirits. There she shot 318.4 rings, which meant the championship title in the senior III female category. Christina kob had strong competition, among them was renate schramm from the schutzenverein rottenbach. Schramm was at the level of the 2. He came in first place with 313.6 rings and had won the district championship with 317.9 rings. At the bavarian championships, she achieved 316.4 rings and took third place on the winners' podium. Now the two protectors from coburg are preparing for the german championships. 

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Unemployment registration is sufficient for child benefit entitlement

Unemployment registration is sufficient for child benefit entitlement

The children do not have to additionally declare that they are also "job-seeking are, the federal fiscal court (BFH) in munich ruled in a decision published on wednesday. The family benefits office was therefore not allowed to refuse child benefits, as happened in the case in question. (AZ: V R 22/15)

according to the law, children up to the age of 21 are entitled to child benefit. The children are entitled to child benefit on their 60th birthday if they are not in employment and are registered as jobseekers with the employment agency. In addition, there is an entitlement during the training period up to the age of 25. Year of life.

In the case in question, the 19-year-old daughter of the plaintiff had registered as unemployed for two months in 2010 after finishing her training, and then started a new job. In order for her mother to continue to receive child benefit for her, she had to fill out a form from the employment agency. It said: "I am looking for a job … Workplace … Apprenticeship … Only counseling, no job search". But instead of ticking one of the options, the daughter merely announced the period of her unemployment.

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Burkersdorf gets sidewalk everywhere

Burkersdorf gets sidewalk everywhere

Veronika schadeck for the burkersdorfer a wish comes true. As part of the simple village renewal, the district is upgrading the KC 22 road that runs through the village. In the course of this expansion, a continuous sidewalk connection will also be created from the entrance to the town coming from the direction of kups to the town exit in the direction of emmersheim.

This footpath is the responsibility of the municipality. A total of 2.2 million euros is being invested. The share of kups amounts to 43 400 euro.

On tuesday evening, markus albrecht from the IVS engineering office presented the plans at the market town council meeting. However, the people of burkersdorf are not completely satisfied with that. Instead of traffic calming, they fear an encouragement for motorists to maintain their often excessive speed through the district.

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Meat to drink in the future from zeil am main?

meat to drink in the future from zeil am main?

Behind the scenes there were contacts already weeks ago, now the work has prospered, so that mayor thomas stadelmann scheduled an aubergewohnliche meeting on an aubergewohnliche topic (as was whispered in the visitor banks at the beginning).

Already knocked in ebern

The company nutrition secure solutions (NSS) is planning a kind of pioneering act, it wants to produce protein drinks that are not made from soy powder, but from meat. In addition to the meat, which will be sourced from local farms, vegetables and a spice mixture will also be processed. The company has the complete license for this product, which two butchers tuffled out.

Architecturally striking

A showcase plant is to be built in zeil, which is to appear architecturally sophisticated. In the long run, the responsible persons plan to distribute and market their products on a franchising basis. The administrative building is then also to be located in zeil. 30 jobs are planned.
There have been talks with the city of ebern in recent months, but ultimately the settlement failed.

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Germany takes tougher action against tax havens

Germany takes tougher action against tax havens

Federal government toughens its crackdown on tax evaders. The cabinet approved a law by finance minister olaf scholz (SPD) that would make it more difficult to do business with countries that do not comply with international tax standards.

By eliminating tax advantages, scholz wants to make it less profitable to flee to tax havens and make the states think again. "We are doing something to dry up tax havens," said the vice chancellor. "Everyone has to pay their fair share of taxes, not just the bakery next door, but also the international conglomerate."

German bill based on EU blacklist of tax havens. The list includes twelve countries, including panama, fiji and the seychelles, which the EU considers to facilitate tax evasion or unfair tax competition. The list is controversial, however, partly because it does not include tax havens within the EU. Scholz emphasized that the joint european approach was important. "This is how we work together for more global tax justice."

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Criminal investigation department convicts juvenile bamberg arsonists

Criminal Investigation Department convicts juvenile Bamberg arsonists

First unknown had on thursday, 15. August, around 0.40 o’clock, in the babenberger quarter in the area of the loading area of the truck vorsatzlich fire set and were subsequently flooded. The vehicle partially burned out and the perpetrators caused damage of over 6000 euros.

The bamberg criminal investigation department began investigating the scene of the fire during the night. The police secured extensive traces on the truck and in the vicinity, and the bavarian state criminal police office was also involved in the investigation.

At the same time, fire investigators worked at full speed to identify the perpetrators. Two 17-year-old youths from bamberg came into their sights, and the officers were finally able to convict them of their crimes.

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Beekeeper from ebern explains the importance of bees

Beekeeper from ebern explains the importance of bees

The bees fly in and out, diligently bringing pollen. Several beehives stand close together here. One should approach them only very carefully. It could be that the insects don't like it so much when you just walk around their apartment like that, no matter what. "Don't worry, our bees don't sting", says helmut sperber and laughs. The chairman of the ebern beekeepers' association reassures the reporter: "don't be afraid."

The association has a small land near fierst, on which he keeps several bee colonies. Young beekeepers learn how to deal with insects here, it is the beekeeper's classroom in the great outdoors. On the occasion of honey day, which is held every two years, the people of ebern opened their doors to visitors and gave them an insight into their work.

Protective clothing: not a must
Sperber and fellow organic beekeeper hermann bastian open a beehive. Bastian pulls out a honeycomb plate. Protective clothing? "It works without", says the 74-year-old. The experienced beekeeper is happy to accept a few stings anyway (yes, the bees from ebern do sting): "that's healthy."

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State exhibition 2017 at the veste coburg

state exhibition 2017 at the veste coburg

With the luther decade, the lutheran churches commemorate martin luther’s posting of the theses in wittenberg in 1517. This publication marks the beginning of the reformation. But the state exhibition in coburg is intended to look beyond luther: the entire epoch between the late middle ages and modern times, marked by social and political upheavals, is to be presented.

Second mayor norbert tessmer (SPD), who is in charge of the coburg events for the luther decade, did not miss the opportunity to announce the good news himself on wednesday. Coburg is hosting a state exhibition for the second time in 20 years: in 1997, it hosted the show "a dukedom and many crowns to see.

The fact that coburg was chosen once again also has to do with the fact that there are numerous exhibits on the reformation here. For reformer martin luther lived at the fortress for a good six months, awaiting the outcome of the augsburg reichstag in 1530.

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“Straitjacket of gender roles” can make people ill

In most cases, children on the threshold of puberty already have a very pronounced gender role model – regardless of whether they grow up in poor or rich, liberal or conservative societies.

This is the result of a rough study in the "journal of adolescent health". "We have found that children at a very young age very quickly internalize the myth that girls are vulnerable and boys are strong and independent," said robert blum, the head of the study. "This myth is constantly reinforced from all sides, by siblings, schoolmates, teachers, parents, educators, relatives, clergy and sports coaches."

If children try to free themselves from these roles, young people in particular are threatened with negative consequences. They were bullied, smoked into, and even physically assaulted.

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