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

Friday, April 13, 2018

Ms. Weigel’s sense of insecurity was reinforced by a widely publicized study showing that the number of reported crimes in the state of Lower Saxony had risen by more than 10 percent over the past two years and that the increase could be attributed overwhelmingly to cases involving refugees. #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-box .g-artboard { margin:0 auto; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-box .g-artboard p { margin:0; } .g-aiAbs { position:absolute; } .g-aiImg { display:block; width:100% !important; } .g-aiPointText p { white-space: nowrap; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 { position:relative; overflow:hidden; width:300px; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 p { font-family:nyt-franklin,arial,helvetica,sans-serif; font-weight:500; font-size:14px; line-height:16px; height:auto; filter:alpha(opacity=100); -ms-filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha(Opacity=100); opacity:1; mix-blend-mode:normal; letter-spacing:0.125em; text-align:left; color:rgb(0,0,0); text-transform:none; padding-bottom:0; padding-top:0; font-style:normal; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 .g-pstyle0 { font-size:10px; line-height:11px; height:11px; mix-blend-mode:multiply; text-align:center; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 .g-pstyle1 { font-style:italic; font-size:11px; line-height:13px; height:13px; mix-blend-mode:multiply; letter-spacing:0.05em; text-align:center; color:rgb(98,140,178); } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 .g-pstyle2 { font-size:15px; line-height:18px; height:18px; mix-blend-mode:multiply; text-align:center; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 .g-pstyle3 { font-style:italic; font-size:12px; line-height:14px; height:14px; mix-blend-mode:multiply; letter-spacing:0em; text-transform:uppercase; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 .g-pstyle4 { height:16px; mix-blend-mode:multiply; text-align:center; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 .g-pstyle5 { font-size:12px; line-height:14px; height:14px; mix-blend-mode:multiply; letter-spacing:0em; text-align:right; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 .g-pstyle6 { font-size:12px; line-height:14px; height:14px; mix-blend-mode:multiply; letter-spacing:0em; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 .g-pstyle7 { font-weight:700; font-size:15px; line-height:18px; height:18px; mix-blend-mode:multiply; letter-spacing:0.02em; } #g-0116-for-web-MURDERmap-300 .g-pstyle8 { font-style:italic; font-size:12px; line-height:14px; height:14px; mix-blend-mode:multiply; letter-spacing:0em; text-align:center; text-transform:uppercase; } img id="g-0...

Highlights From the Gutenberg Hearings - Slate Magazine

Friday, April 13, 2018

Below are excerpts from the hearing. Gutenberg: We believe that we need to offer a Bible that everyone can afford, and we’re committed to doing that. Duke of Saxony: Well, if so, how do you sustain a business model in which users don’t pay for your service? Gutenberg: Prince-elector, we print indulgences. Archbishop of Trier: You’ve talked about the benefits of reading. But you also know that reading is not without its risks and that you have to be very transparent about the infallibility of church teaching, the authority of the pope, when people are using reading. How, when you make Bibles with your printo-pret—press, how do you ensure that users do not disagree with the pope? Gutenberg: Prince-elector, I think the core issue you’re asking about, doctrinal unity, is a really important one that people are just starting to very seriously study, and that’s ramping up a lot. And I don’t think that in 10 or 20 years, we want to end up in a world where some people agree with the pope and other people disagree with the pope. Trier: So— [Crosstalk.] Gutenberg: I think that—that these systems—certainly—if a pope—it’s an extremely—it’s a topic of great relevance. Archbishop of Cologne: Let’s say I’m communicating with my friends using a printing press and indicate that I love a certain kind of chocolate. And all of a sudden I start seeing, all along the edges of my Bible, little decorations about chocolate: Jesus eating chocolate, apostles wrestling a bar of chocolate, a big lett...

Germany crash studied for clues - Arkansas Online

Friday, April 13, 2018

Local media reported that he is an industrial designer who once threatened his father with an ax.Muenster Police President Hajo Kuhlisch said the man's four apartments -- two in Muenster and two in Saxony -- and several cars had been searched thoroughly.Prosecutors said he had expressed suicidal plans by email to a neighbor. Police were told about the email and went to the man's Muenster home but he was not there. They then told local authorities at the man's other homes in Dresden and Pirna in eastern Germany about the note, but he could not be found there either.In a joint statement Sunday, police and prosecutors said the suspect didn't mention any intention to harm other people in his email. The city's health services had also been in touch with the man, but authorities didn't say why. Germany has very strict privacy laws on medical issues.Authorities still appeared stumped about the man's motive for the attack."We have no indications that there is a political background or that others were involved" in Saturday's deadly crash, prosecutor Elke Adomeit told reporters. "But he was well known to the police."She said the man had three previous court procedures in Muenster and two in nearby Arnsberg in 2015 and 2016. His run-ins with the law regarded threats, property damage, fraud, a hit-and-run and domestic conflicts with his family, but Adomeit said that all charges were dismissed.Authorities have identified the two victims killed by the van crash as a 51-year-old woman from Lueneburg county, 186 miles to the northeast, and a 65-year-old man from nearby Borken county. Their names were not released, as is customary in Germany.Early Sunday, all three bodies were taken from the crash scene in front of the well-known Kiepenkerl pub. The silver-grey van that crashed into the crowd was hauled away hours later, after explosives experts had thoroughly checked it.Inside the van, police found illegal firecrackers that were disguised as a fake bomb, a fake pistol and the real gun that the driver used to kill himself.Inside ...http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2018/apr/09/germany-crash-studied-for-clues-2018040/

Focus: Destination Germany - The Statesman

Friday, April 13, 2018

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 mainly in the sectors of transportation, el...