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The motorist is so drunk he falls asleep in front of traffic light - The Crypto Coin Discovery

Sunday, March 3, 2019

The remaining students were picked up by their parents. Montabaur: eleven-year-old, An eleven-year-old dies while Playing on bus depot the Play on a depot in Montabaur in Rhineland-Palatinate killed. The Boy was crushed by the tire of a 200-pound tractor, as the police announced on Tuesday. Accordingly, the accident occurred on Sunday afternoon. The Boy was playing alone at the depot, while his mother, in the interior of the building was. After a preliminary investigation, the police the Boy tried to climb on to the workshop leaning against the tire. In this case, the order apparently fell and buried the boy. The mother managed together with the witnesses, the Eleven-year-old to pull out from under the tire. The Boy was taken to a hospital, succumbed, however, on Monday evening from his injuries. Starnberg: Unknown shoots to 13-Year-old In Starnberg, southwest of Munich, an Unknown shot with an air rifle at a 13-year-old boy. As the “Süddeutsche Zeitung” with reference to police data reports, had played the Boy together with a friend in the District of Söcking with a scooter. According to the report, would have the Boy suddenly felt a burning pain. The reason: He had been hit by an air gun projectile on the thigh. Together with his mother, he discovered in the basement later on the scene. The Teenager remained in the incident virtually unharmed. The alerted police against the unknown to Protect because of dangerous bodily injury. It have sich a targeted shot, acted, and also missiles from over-the-counter air-pressure weapons could lead to serious injuries, the report said. balmy Hagen: hunters may be accidental shot on joggers not mor...https://www.ccdiscovery.com/the-motorist-is-so-drunk-he-falls-asleep-in-front-of-traffic-light

'Little Britain' in Germany's Rhine region lives on borrowed time - DW (English)

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Second thoughts about becoming German Last year Blackburn bought and installed a 52-ton British tank. That drew national and some international attention. It was briefly an issue in the Rhineland-Palatinate state parliament. His immediate neighbors complained, telling local media the exhibition was tasteless and that it put off clients at their consultancy next door. They were unwilling to speak to DW about it. "I put the tank there as a monument to freedom and peace," Blackburn says. "People shouldn't forget about things." The tank is decorated with poppies and doves and flanked by large posters of the famous World War I poem "In Flanders Fields" in the original English and German. Mr. Bean and his Mini are parked at the start of the forest trail Blackburn apparently needs a permit for the tank because it is stationary and is not recognized officially as a memorial. He did find a company that would build a motor for the tank that he could run using solar power from his house. That would make the tank mobile and eliminate that permit problem. But it doesn't take care of the rest of the exhibition: Before he began erecting the pavilion, huts, vehicles and statues in 2016, he was supposed to submit a plan to the authorities for approval. Blackburn is distraught. "I was going to get dual nationality," he says. "It makes me want to change my mind. I've got all the paperwork, but it's still on the table." 'Play by the rules' There is, however, hope for Little Britain. Locals have rallied to defend it. A man from a nearby town launched a petition in mid-July, calling for the clearance order to be withdrawn. It garnered more than a thousand signatures within days and has since been submitted to the district administrator and the local mayor, whose council stands behind the clearance order. The petition has no binding consequences, but it does show that many of Blackburn's neighbors want Little Britain to stay. Hikers who have climbed from the valley below can have a rest on one the many benches in 'Little Britain' In the meantime, the Blackburn family has managed to get the deadline to shutter Little Britain postponed until mid-September. The next step is a meeting that the district administrator, Achim Hallerbach, set up to bring together Blackburn and the mayor. "The tank, using the property from the municipality, the row with the neighbors, misinformation, custodianship so much has come together," says Hallerbach. Blackburn and the mayor need to sit down and talk, he stresses. Little Britain...https://www.dw.com/en/little-britain-in-germanys-rhine-region-lives-on-borrowed-time/a-44907634

Queen Maxima in pictures: Monarch stuns in red for Germany visit with husband

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

The magnificent city gate is the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps.The King and Queen are currently on a three-day working visit to Rhineland-Palatinate state of Germany.47-year-old Maxima wore a stunning nude dress embellished with tiny red dots on a sheer fabric this morning.She teamed the stunning gown with matching red heels and carried a small clutch bag.The mother-of-three completed her ensemble with a bold 1960s inspired red hat and hooped earrings.While in Trier, the royal couple were also given a tour of the High Cathedral of Saint Peter - the oldest church in Germany.Last night the couple joined the Prime Minister of Rhineland Palatinate for dinner.Earlier in the day they enjoyed a boat trip on the river Rhine in Oberwesel.https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/style/1030018/Queen-Maxima-pictures-red-dress-hat-Dutch-royal-family-latest-news-Germany

'Little Britain' in Germany's Rhine region lives on borrowed time

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Second thoughts about becoming German Last year Blackburn bought and installed a 52-ton British tank. That drew national and some international attention. It was briefly an issue in the Rhineland-Palatinate state parliament. His immediate neighbors complained, telling local media the exhibition was tasteless and that it put off clients at their consultancy next door. They were unwilling to speak to DW about it. "I put the tank there as a monument to freedom and peace," Blackburn says. "People shouldn't forget about things." The tank is decorated with poppies and doves and flanked by large posters of the famous World War I poem "In Flanders Fields" in the original English and German. Mr. Bean and his Mini are parked at the start of the forest trail Blackburn apparently needs a permit for the tank because it is stationary and is not recognized officially as a memorial. He did find a company that would build a motor for the tank that he could run using solar power from his house. That would make the tank mobile and eliminate that permit problem. But it doesn't take care of the rest of the exhibition: Before he began erecting the pavilion, huts, vehicles and statues in 2016, he was supposed to submit a plan to the authorities for approval. Blackburn is distraught. "I was going to get dual nationality," he says. "It makes me want to change my mind. I've got all the paperwork, but it's still on the table." 'Play by the rules' There is, however, hope for "Little Britain." Locals have rallied to defend it. A man from a nearby town launched a petition in mid-July, calling for the clearance order to be withdrawn. It garnered over a thousand signatures within days and has since been submitted to the district administrator and the local mayor, whose council stands behind the clearance order. The petition has no binding consequences, but it does show that many of Blackburn's neighbors want "Little Britain" to stay. Hikers who have climbed from the valley below can have a rest on one the many benches in 'Little Britain' In the meantime, the Blackburn family has managed to get the deadline to shutter "Little Britain" postponed until mid-September. The next step is a meeting that the district administrator, Achim Hallerbach, set up to bring together Blackburn and the mayor. "The tank, using the property from the municipality, the row with the neighbors, misinformation, custodianship so much has come together," says Hallerbach. Blackburn and the mayor need to sit down and talk, he stresses. "Littl...https://www.dw.com/en/little-britain-in-germanys-rhine-region-lives-on-borrowed-time/a-44907634