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Five reasons to be excited about the 2018/19 Bundesliga season

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Schalke, runners-up last season, will share that ambition as Domenico Tedesco starts a second campaign in charge with a trip to Wolfsburg. Mouth watering yet? How about getting your teeth into Borussia Dortmund new-look and talent-charged under Lucien Favre - and their home opener against RB Leipzig while Borussia Mönchengladbach play host to Bayer Leverkusen in a Rhine derby? Happy yet? Yes, thought so. Lucien Favre is charged with bringing the good times back to Borussia Dortmund. © imago / Revierfoto 2) Second season success syndromeIt is always hard to follow up success with yet more, but there is no reason to suggest the men who embroidered the colourful narrative of the 2017/18 season will not weave their magic once again. Step forward James Rodriguez. The Colombia international was stunningly reborn at Bayern last term, and in the second 12 months of his two-year loan from Real Madrid, he will seek to be just as impressively influential.Watch: James Rodriguez's stunning debut season in the Bundesliga Tedesco's maiden season at the Veltins Arena was an unqualified success, one that he will want to back up in the same way his former classmate, Julian Nagelsmann, has done at Hoffenheim. With Mark Uth, fresh from his breakthrough Bundesliga season, in the Royal Blues ranks, you would not bet against that happening.Werder Bremen were one of the largest surprise packages of last season with new coach Florian Kohfeldt earning plaudits in his first major role and goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka keeping enough clean sheets to spawn numerous puns about blank Czechs. More should be expected.3) Dugout differencesThere is nothing better than the bright sunshine, luscious pitches and overpowering whiff of optimism that a new season brings. The ambitions of clubs and fans differ, and some have more reason than most to be optimistic. Yes, we're looking at you Bayern! Niko Kovac now holds the reins at the Allianz Arena, but hi...https://www.bundesliga.com/en/news/Bundesliga/james-rodriguez-kovac-favre-josh-sargent-5-reasons-to-be-excited-about-2018-19-509740.jsp

Dortmund crave out 3-2 win over Cologne in German Bundesliga - Xinhua

Thursday, March 15, 2018

The following fixtures are scheduled for Saturday: Hertha Berlin host Hoffenheim, Freiburg see Bayer Leverkusen, Schalke face Werder Bremen, Mainz encounter front runners Bayern Munich, Wolfsburg clash with newly promoted Stuttgart and Monchengladbach take on Leipzig. http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-02/03/c_136945777.htm

Hamburg haunted again at Bayern Munich's house of horrors - HITC

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Talking points• After losing the relegation six-pointer with Werder Bremen, it felt inevitable that Wolfsburg announced the firing of coach Valérien Ismaël on Sunday – though it was, the club said, “based upon the impressions and results from recent weeks and months” rather than just Friday’s result. The surprise replacement is Andries Jonker, the coach of Arsenal’s academy side. Jonker knows the club, having been Dieter Hecking’s assistant for two seasons between 2012 and 2014, after working with Louis van Gaal at Bayern. However, the affable Dutchman inherits a disjointed and demoralised squad, poles apart from the model of stability that Hecking and the erstwhile sporting director Klaus Allofs were building in his days there. By appointing him rather than a tried and tested relegation saviour like Bruno Labbadia, Die Wölfe are taking a big risk.• Roger Schmidt might be not be that far behind Ismaël, with Leverkusen completing a lousy week with a 2-0 home reverse by Mainz, four days after Atlético Madrid all but ousted Die Werkself from the Champions League, again at the BayArena. Linked with the Bayern job not so long ago, Schmidt seems less and less convinced that he can get the best out of a talented – and quite expensive – squad. “When we don’t reach our top level,” he mused after Saturday’s game, “teams make it very difficult for us.” That doesn’t bode well for a club hoping to compete on domestic and European fronts. With an eight-point gap to the Champions League places and a trip to Dortmund up next on Saturday, the coach is walking a tightrope.• Dortmund warmed up for that one – and for the DfB Pokal quarter-final against third-tier Lotte, who knocked out Leverkusen – with a 3-0 stroll at Freiburg, their favourite punchbags. Christian Streich’s side are no pushovers at home but have now lost 12 straight against Die Schwarzgelben. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ended a spell of almost seven hours without a goal with a pair of tap-ins to seal the deal.• After his 12-minute hat-trick at Fiorentina on Thursday night underpinned an improbable Gladbach comeback in Europe, it was another handy contribution from Lars Stindl on Sunday – a little too literally, as his opener at Ingolstadt flew in off his forearm, but was allowed to stand by referee Christian Dingert. The Ingolstadt sporting director, Thomas Linke, and captain, Marvin Matip, were both adamant that it was a “clear” free-kick – Linke even went to the length of handing over his microphone in his post-match interview with Sky to mime the scenario – and though Stindl said it was unintentional, he did add that “you could see in my celebration that I was waiting to see if the referee was going to whistle”.• Timo Wer...http://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2017/02/28/hamburg-haunted-again-at-bayern-munichs-house-of-horrors/

German prosecutors widen Volkswagen emissions probe - SFGate

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

SFGateGerman prosecutors widen Volkswagen emissions probeSFGateThe searches were primarily in Wolfsburg, Braunschweig, and the north German town of Gifhorn. Winterkorn and others are now being investigated on allegations they committed fraud. In a June statement, prosecutors said Winterkorn was being investigated ...and more »...http://www.sfgate.com/news/crime/article/German-prosecutors-Ex-VW-chief-knew-of-cheating-10888344.php

Suspect in Bulgarian journalist slaying arrested in Germany

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Wednesday. Bulgaria's prosecutor general, Sotir Tsatsarov, confirmed the arrest of Severin Krassimirov, a 21-year-old Bulgarian citizen. Prosecutors in the northwestern German state of Lower Saxony said the suspect was arrested Tuesday evening outside the city of Hamburg on a European arrest warrant. Prosecutors will examine whether he can be extradited and apply to have him held in formal custody. Bulgarian Interior Minister MladenMarinov said investigators had found DNA evidence on the clothes and body of Viktoria Marinova, who was raped and strangled on Saturday in the northern town of Ruse. Bulgarian media reported that Krassimirov's mother lives in Germany. The Interior Ministry said that he left Bulgaria early Saturday afternoon, crossing the bridge at Ruse over the Danube into Romania. There is physical evidence to link to the murder,Marinov said. He said Krassimirov, a resident of Ruse, had a criminal record for scrap metal theft. The minister said investigators had spoken to Marinova's family and friends and there is no apparent link to her work. Tsatsarov said the evidence suggested it was a spontaneous attack, not premeditated. However, he added that investigators were examining all possible lines of investigation. Prime Minister Boyko Borissov offered condolences to her family and thanked investigators for their work. However, he said he would withdraw his support for a German member of the European Parliament, Manfred Weber, a leading candidate to become the next head of the European Commission, because of tweets he made associating the death of Marinova with those of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia and Slovak journalist Jan Kuci...https://www.ctvnews.ca/world/suspect-in-bulgarian-journalist-slaying-arrested-in-germany-1.4127762

German authorities take aim at far-right party's youth wing

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Constitution and observe them accordingly." Authorities in northern Germany's Bremen and Lower Saxony said Monday they have begun monitoring the party's youth wings in the two states. Boris Pistorius, Lower Saxony's interior minister, said the decision to keep an eye on the AfD's local youth wing, was unrelated to the recent events in Chemnitz. It was based on Young Alternative's anti-democratic goals and links to the Identitarian Movement, a white nationalist group that has been under state surveillance for four years, Pistorius said. His counterpart in Bremen, Ulrich Maeurer, described the views of AfD's youth wing in the city-state as "pure racism." While Germany's top security official, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, said over the weekend that the party as a whole didn't merit surveillance, the monitoring of its youth wings at the state level was a significant step. Some members of the Left party, which describes its position as democratic socialist, also are subject to surveillance. AfD immediately announced that it would dissolve the two youth sections in question to avert harm to the party and insisted its aims were democratic. Andreas Kalbitz , a member of the party's national leadership, accused other political parties of panicking in the face of AfD's electoral success. AfD's rise since its founding five years ago has shaken Germany's establishment and called into question the country's post-World War II consensus that far-right parties have no place in the mainstream. https://www.sfchronicle.com/news/crime/article/Thousands-expected-to-German-concert-against-far-13200978.php

Focus: Destination Germany - The Statesman

Friday, April 13, 2018

It has been replaced by pizza and sandwiches. First-time visitors tend to be taken aback too by the variety of regional specialities, from the fresh seafood of the far north and the lamb dishes of Lower Saxony to the casseroles and stews of Rhineland-Westphalia and the noodle-based cuisine of the southwest.Some of the specialities are Bratwurst, Eisbein mit sauerkraut, Schwäbische maultaschen,Butterbrez’n , Käsespätzle, Eintopf, Eierpfannkuchen, Schwarzwälder kirschtorte, Lebkuchen, Ebbelwoi, Schnapps, Kirschwasser. There are literally thousands of varieties of German beer.Secular celebrationsGerman holidays are those of the Roman calendar and the Christian liturgical year. Especially popular are Sylvester (New Year’s), Karneval or Fastnacht (Mardi Gras), Ostern (Easter), Himmelfahrt (Ascension Day), Pfingsten (Pentecost), Advent and Weihnachten (Christmas). The new national holiday is 3 October, the Tag der Deutschen Einheit (Day of German Unity).Weather and climateAs with most European countries, Germany is a year-round destination but not especially dependable weather-wise. In general terms though, it’s a temperate country with warm summers and cold (more and more often mild), winters prolonged periods of frost or snow are rare.Rain falls throughout the year, with much of Germany experiencing its maximum rainfall over the high summer months. The average January daytime temperature is 3°C and in July it’s 22°C. Extremes commonly reach -10°C (5°F) in winter and 35°C (95°F) in the summer months.Commercial relationsGermany is India’s largest trading partner in Europe. India was ranked 24th in Germany’s global trade during 2016. Bilateral trade in 2016 was valued at 17.42 billion Euros. Apart from traditional sectors, knowledge-driven sectors hold good potential for collaboration.Major Indian exports to Germany includes Textiles, Metal and Metal Products, Electro-Technology, Leather and Leather Goods, Food and Beverages, Machinery, Pharmaceuticals, Auto Components, Chemicals, Gems and Jewellery and Rubber Products.Major Indian imports from Germany include Machinery, Electro-Technology, Metal and Metal Products, Chemicals, Auto Components, Measurement and Control Equipment, Plastics, Medical Technology, Pharmaceuticals, Paper and Printing Materials. Germany is the 7th largest foreign direct investor in India since January 2000.German FDI in India in 2016 was to the tune of US$ 1.1 billion. There are more than 1,600 Indo-German collaborations and over 600 Indo-German joint ventures in operation. German investments in India are m...

A Girl's Killing Puts Germany's Migration Policy on Trial - New York Times

Friday, April 13, 2018

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