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Alemanha, Deutsche Welle, Inglês
2024-07-18 00:44:18
Run by a former left-wing journalist, the far-right mouthpiece Compact has been banned by German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser. She sent out a press release early on July 16 saying the ban was on the grounds that Compact “is a central mouthpiece of the right-wing extremist scene.” “This magazine incites hatred against Jews, people with a migration background and our parliamentary democracy in an unspeakable way,” the statement added. Just a few minutes before Faeser’s statement was released, German media outlets had reported on police searches in several German states. Jürgen Elsässer, who founded the publication in 2010 and has been its editor-in-chief ever since, was also interviewed in front of his offices by German TV channel N-TV. He described the decision as “the worst invasion of press freedom in Germany.” The latest report by Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, the BfV, devotes a page to the multimedia company, which is based in...
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Alemanha, Deutsche Welle, Alemão
2024-07-17 14:56:00
The streets of Dakar, the capital of Senegal, are changing. They’re still packed with many cars, mopeds and even horse-drawn carriages, which are often stuck in traffic jams. But in the north of the city of four million people, in the socially deprived Parcelles Assainies district, a traffic revolution is taking place. Just three months ago, it took residents an hour and a half to get to work or school in the city center. Now, it’s only half of that. The new fast lane for electric buses only skip the traffic jams and bring Senegalese to their destination quicker. Traffic in northern Dakar, SenegalImage: Rosalia Romaniec/DW The express bus system has made Dakar a pioneer of urban mobility in Africa. The buses come from China, but the high-tech control units installed come from CarMedialab near Bruchsal — a company that implements transportation systems with renewable energy worldwide. Henri Depe Tschatchu, CarMedialab executive...
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Alemanha, Deutsche Welle, Inglês
2024-07-17 14:46:49
German ministers on Wednesday finished the draft of the Cabinet’s 2025 budget, with a package intended to boost growth and put the brakes on spending. The budget has been the subject of weeks of wrangling about borrowing and ministry funding within Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s three-party coalition. What the numbers look like The total budget for 2025 is €480.6 billion ($526 billion), about €8 billion less than this year. Despite this, Germany’s finance ministry has allocated €78 billion as investments — a record level. Finance Minister Christian Lindner is planning new loans of €43.8 billion, slightly less than this year.  Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s center-left Social Democrats and the Greens were said to have floated the idea of higher loans, but Lindner’s business-focused Free Democrats resisted and prevailed. Scholz, the Green Party’s Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck, and Lindner had been trying to close a financing gap of around €30 billion for weeks. Spending and...
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Alemanha, Deutsche Welle, Alemão
2024-07-17 13:58:00
Run by a former left-wing journalist, the far-right mouthpiece Compact has now been banned by Interior Minister Nancy Faeser. She sent out a press release early on July 16 saying the ban was on the grounds that Compact “is a central mouthpiece of the right-wing extremist scene.” “This magazine incites hatred against Jews, people with a migration background and our parliamentary democracy in an unspeakable way,” the statement added. Just a few minutes before Faeser’s statement was released, German media outlets had reported on police searches in several German states. Jürgen Elsässer, who founded the publication in 2010 and has been its editor-in-chief ever since, was also interviewed in front of his offices by N-TV, describing the decision as “the worst invasion of press freedom in Germany.” The latest report by Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, the BfV, devotes a page to the multimedia company, which is based in the Berlin suburb of...
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Alemanha, Deutsche Welle, Inglês
2024-07-17 03:51:31
What were the standout moments? The tournament was decided by a piece of clinical Spanish brilliance, finished by substitute Mikel Oryarzabal. And it was the Spaniards who shone brightest throughout. Before that, Lamine Yamal stole the semifinal show with a spectacular effort against France that meant he became the youngest scorer in European Championship history. Just another entry for his list of records. Jude Bellingham’s overhead equalizer for England in the dying seconds of their last-16 tie with Slovakia was a moment of high drama while Kvicha Kvaratskhelia’s early solo effort set Georgia on the path to the group stage’s biggest shock — a win over Portugal that confirmed their qualification for the knockouts in their first international tournament. Khvicha Kvaratskheli and Georgia produced the shock of the tournament against PortugalImage: Heiko Becker/REUTERS Cristiano Ronaldo’s sobbing after a missed penalty only to then score in the shootout against Slovenia brought equal measures of...
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Alemanha, Deutsche Welle, Alemão
2024-07-16 23:29:00
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock moved on from Senegal to the Ivory Coast on Tuesday on her two-day trip to West Africa.  Insurgent violence and military takeovers in the region were high on the agenda, as Baerbock visited counterterrorism training in the Ivory Coast aimed at preventing a spillover of terrorism from the central Sahel region.  Baerbock observed training at an international academy in Jacqueville, roughly 35 kilometers (around 22 miles) outside the capital Abidjan, simulating the prevention of a bomb attack in a rural village.  International governments including Germany help to fund this international academy in Jacqueville, while their security forces also operate as trainersImage: Britta Pedersen/dpa/picture alliance Drone surveillance, canine units, bomb disposal experts and forensic police were all involved as well as armed forces. Germany’s specialist federal GSG9 police force — the country’s near-military tactical police units created because of the limitations of deploying the German army for policing purposes...
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Alemanha, Freie Presse, Alemão
2024-07-16 20:00:00
In dieser Woche musste sich ein 36-Jähriger wegen des Besitzes kinderpornografischer Inhalte vor dem Chemnitzer Amtsgericht verantworten. Wie sich zeigte: Ein Prozess mit verschiedenen Nebenaspekten. Der Angeklagte blickt zu Boden, hat seine Hände ineinander gefaltet. Er regt sich kaum, während der Staatsanwalt die Anklage verliest. Dem zweifachen Vater wird vorgeworfen, über mehrere Jahre im Besitz kinder- und jugendpornografischer Inhalte gewesen zu sein. Zudem soll er sich auf der Kommunikationsplattform „Knuddels“ an einem Chat… Registrieren und testen. Schon Abonnent? Melden Sie sich mit Ihren Zugangsdaten an. Jetzt anmelden Deutsche Welle
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Alemanha, Deutsche Welle, Inglês
2024-07-16 17:20:35
Cities are prone to heating up in summer. Concrete and asphalt store the sun’s heat for a long time, keeping metropolises hot long into the night. Because temperatures above 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit) are more likely to interfere with sleep, cooling cities in the face of our changing climate is a issue of increasing importance. That’s where cold air corridors come into their own. What are cold air corridors? Beyond the heat of the metropolis, the surrounding countryside remains significantly cooler, especially at night. On a cloudless summer evening, it can be up to 15 degrees fresher outside the city limits. Tiny forests provide heat relief in cities To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Green strips, rivers, lakes, railway lines and wide tree-lined streets can act as corridors through which the colder outskirts air flows into sultry city...
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Alemanha, Freie Presse, Alemão
2024-07-16 12:58:49
Seit einem halben Jahr bestreikt die Lokführergewerkschaft GDL immer wieder die City-Bahn in Chemnitz. Für viele Kunden wird dieses ÖPNV-Angebot dadurch unbrauchbar – zusätzliche Kosten inklusive. Das ist eine Zumutung. Lieber Claus Weselsky, herzlichen Dank, dass Sie uns zum wer weiß wievielten Male in diesem Jahr Zeit und Geld stehlen. Die Überraschung am Montagnachmittag ist Ihnen wieder einmal gelungen. Ich bin ehrlich gesagt stinksauer, dass ich wegen Ihnen und Ihrer Lokführer meine komplette Woche wieder umplanen muss. Registrieren und testen. Schon Abonnent? Melden Sie sich mit Ihren Zugangsdaten an. Jetzt anmelden Deutsche Welle
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Alemanha, Deutsche Welle, Alemão
2024-07-16 12:40:00
Germany’s center-right parties have called for the special stationary border controls introduced for the Euro 2024 men’s football tournament to be extended, citing what they see as successes in stemming illegal immigration and fighting crime. However, the government says that, though those successes are real, stationary border checks are costly and less effective than mobile controls. Many critics say they are also damaging to the economy in the long term. Christian Dürr, parliamentary party leader for the neoliberal Free Democratic Party (FDP), the smallest party in Chancellor Olaf Scholz‘s coalition government, spoke out in favor of extending the controls. These would “enable us to catch those who want to enter the country illegally very effectively,” Dürr told the Funke Media Group newspapers. Similarly, Martin Huber, secretary general of the conservative Christian Social Union (CSU), told the DPA news agency that the new stationary controls are “indispensable” for internal security and stopping illegal immigration. Interior...
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