Church warns against nationalism and anti-semitism

Church warns against nationalism and anti-Semitism

The chairman of the council of the protestant church in germany (EKD), heinrich bedford-strohm, has warned against a return to nationalism and anti-semitism.

After the end of the first world war 100 years ago and another terrible war, the people drew the right conclusions at that time and demanded "never again war" and "never again nationalism," the munich bishop said on sunday at the start of the annual meeting of the EKD synod in wurzburg.

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A lot of movement in the spring of the storks

A lot of movement in the spring of the storks

Bernhard panzer springtime – stork season. Now they are flying over the roofs of the city again, ten individual birds are said to be there at the moment, they are already nesting in three places. This year, as in previous years, master adebar has adopted herzogenaurach as a popular stork town.

And yet something is different this year. It is the roof of the castle that has changed. That was specially prepared to scare away the storks. Because now the rough construction site around the town hall begins. And that it is simply too dangerous for the breeding coarse bird.

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Mother confesses to killing five babies

Mother confesses to killing five babies

"It's bad that i killed five children," the 29-year-old said in a broken voice at the start of the manslaughter trial before the jury chamber on monday. In her comprehensive confession, she largely confirmed what she had told the police.

According to the indictment she killed the children between march 2006 and spring 2012. She allegedly suffocated two of the children and killed two others with scissors. She stuffed leaves into the mouth of a fifth baby. The first dead infant, a girl, was found in a paper sorting plant in march 2006, the body of a small boy a year later in a plastic bag in a parking lot, also in schleswig-holstein.

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Exhibition shows baby carriages from the old days

Exhibition shows baby carriages from the old days

Brigitte thurn immediately recognizes the old photographs that she made available to the german basket museum in michelau. They show the baby carriages in which the members of their family have lain for four generations. On one of the reproduced black-and-white pictures she herself is depicted. A little girl of just under one year old, holding on to the handles of the basket trolley. Another picture shows her a few years later with her doll carriage. It is remarkable that the baby carriages and doll's baby carriages differ only in the coarseness. Both are still owned by the family today.

Children's and doll's carriages are a topic that arouses emotions. That's why the german basket museum in michelau has presented you with a picture of a basket under the motto "i've had one of those, too"…." a special exhibition dedicated to. It turned out to be an amiable coincidence that the exhibition on international museum day coincided with mother's day. As the second chairman of the association german basket museum, district curator gunter dippold, representing mayor helmut fischer, was able to bury numerous visitors in the rooms of the museum.

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Trump stomps out renewed threats after agreement with mexico

Trump stomps out renewed threats after agreement with mexico

U.S. President donald trump keeps up his aggressive trade policy even after last-minute agreement with mexico.

On monday, he again threatened the mexicans with punitive tariffs if the neighboring country's parliament did not give the necessary approval for parts of the agreed-upon negotiating package. He even set an ultimatum for china's president xi jinping: if the chinese leader did not agree to meet at the g20 summit in osaka, japan, on 28. And 29. July, the u.S. Was set to impose tariffs on an additional $300 billion worth of chinese imports.

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Schuler played “peter and the wolf” in the gymnasium

Schuler played "peter and the wolf" in the gymnasium

The children's opera "papageno from vienna gave a guest performance at the walter schottky elementary school in pretzfeld with the musical march for children "peter and the wolf by sergei prokofiev.

It was composed as a concert horstuck for orchestra and narrator with the intention of introducing children to the instruments of the orchestra. "Doing it yourself instead of watching" was the motto of this workshop. In this way, the children became actors in the performance and were able to experience theater directly without inhibitions. In the guest performance, the schoolchildren themselves took on the roles of peter and the wolf. But also the bird, the duck, the cat and the hunters were played by the children.

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Fewer unemployed in the coburg region

As a result of the autumn recovery, unemployment in the coburg, kronach and lichtenfels region fell by 424 people from august to september. This means that 6048 people are unemployed in the region. The unemployment rate for the agency district is 4.1 percent.

Unemployment usually declines in september. Young people between the ages of 15 and 25 account for around one-third of this autumn upswing, as they are increasingly dropping out of unemployment, either to take up a course of schooling or to start a new job after completing their training.

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Barking at people – an important topic in dog training

Your dog often barks at strangers or even children? You want your dog to listen to you and teach him "down" and "sit"? Then you have to train your dog accordingly and gain his trust. Below is a list of the ten most common problems in dog training and the 3-week anti-dominance program by dog trainer Ralf Lugger, with which you can make your dog trust and obey you.

Strictly forbidden is the barking at people and the pursuit of running people and bicycles or cars. The cute chase game can quickly turn into biting, when the "naughty" yapping dog gets a kick or a blow with a walking stick from an unnerved passerby. Do not force anyone by saying in such situations "he just wants to play!" or "stop, so that he does not hurt you!" shout. You only make more enemies for us dog owners.

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Corona and employees: the most important facts and your rights

With each new Corona case, uncertainty increases. Fear of contracting the coronavirus, questions and information on current issues of wage entitlement in the event of a plant closure, absence from work due to daycare closure, etc. We explain what rights employees are entitled to in the event of a crisis caused by Corona and what obligations employers face.

1. Corona crisis for employees: At what point can I stay home?

The mere fear of infection without concrete evidence of illness with the coronavirus alone, does not entitle you to stay away from work. Employees are obligated to continue their work in a regular manner. An exception exists only if one is actually ill or is in quarantine due to a suspicion.

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