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Death of German fuels fears of far-right violence in Köthen - DW (English)

Saturday, December 8, 2018

T-shirts that read "multiculturalism kills." Köthen lies about 160 kilometers (100 miles) southwest of Berlin Far-right rise The incident had already raised fears of comparisons with Chemnitz two weeks ago when another deadly fight triggered far-right demos and violence. But there were also calmer heads in Köthen on Monday. "It was in the major media outlets, and then it got round really quickly," said Dennis Krüger, a young man who was also paying his respects at the playground. "And it got bigger and bigger because of the Chemnitz thing, and I think if it hadn't been for what happened in Chemnitz it wouldn't have got so big in Köthen." Köthen's mayor, Bernd Hauschild, told DW his town would not become a "second Chemnitz." "There has always been solidarity between all parties here," he said. Read more: Chemnitz attack on Jewish restaurant: 'It is five past midnight' How the Chemnitz protests unfolded Death sparks demonstrations The demonstrations were sparked by a deadly brawl that broke out in the German city of Chemnitz in the early hours of Sunday (August 26). What started out as a war of words resulted in a 35-year-old man being stabbed to death. Hours later, spontaneous, anti-migrant protests took over the streets of Chemnitz. How the Chemnitz protests unfolded German-Cuban killed A German-Cuban man was stabbed in an altercation involving 10 people, several of whom were of "various nationalities," police sources said. The victim, named only as Daniel H., was apparently well-known among various political groups in the area. Two men in their 30s were also stabbed and seriously injured, and a 22-year-old Iraqi and 23-year-old Syrian are in custody over the killing. How the Chemnitz protests unfolded Police reinforcements called By Sunday afternoon, some 800 people had gathered to protest the man's death, including far-right groups. Authorities said the crowd was largely uncooperative and threw bottles at police officers. Police reinforcements had to be called in from nearby cities. The mobilizations were spontaneous and are thought to have surfaced following calls to demonstrate on social media. How the Chemnitz protests unfolded Misinformation German authorities said that that far-right groups spread misinformation on the internet. Among the false claims was that the victim of the knife attack died protecting a woman. div class="teaserContentWr...https://www.dw.com/en/death-of-german-fuels-fears-of-far-right-violence-in-k%C3%B6then/a-45434251

Bavaria election: German conservatives lose their fizz - BBC News

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Germany country profile Migration politics continues to be a source of public protest and concern but, even as far-right sympathisers take to the streets of places like Chemnitz, they are mobilising others too.More than 20,000 people, horrified by the political tone in the run-up to this election, took to Munich's streets for an anti-hate demonstration last week. And many are turning to the Green party.It's on course to do far better than AfD and take second place. The Greens' leaders are coy for now about such a prospect, but a coalition with the weakened ruling CSU is likely. On Christian Meidinger's chicken farm, green fields roll to the horizon - a reminder that this is a rural state. He's voting Green. "Bavaria has changed," he says. "Many - whether it's those who were born here or those who moved here - don't feel that connected to its traditions. The CSU missed the boat, didn't change with the people. And now it tries desperately to reclaim Heimat and Bavaria, but society has moved on - you can't turn back time." Angela Merkel will be keeping a close eye on Bavaria. What happens here won't affect her immediately - beyond perhaps a face change at the coalition table, should the CSU oust its leader, Horst Seehofer. But this election illustrates the complexity of the challenge faced by so many of Europe's large established parties. It's not simply the rise of the far right. It's that voters are walking away in favour of smaller, newer movements. Bavaria's political landscape, once a near certainty, is fragmenting fast. With a force the old centre can no longer resist. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45835795

Ein Verdächtiger von Chemnitz frei - Syrer bleibt in Haft

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Chemnitz (Reuters) - Ein wegen der Tötung eines 35-jährigen Deutschen vor gut drei Wochen in Chemnitz festgenommener Iraker befindet sich wieder auf freiem Fuß. A cross, candles and flowers are seen at the crime scene where a German man was stabbed in Chemnitz, Germany, August 31, 2018. REUTERS/Hannibal HanschkeVon einem dringenden Tatverdacht gegen den 22-Jährigen könne nicht mehr ausgegangen werden, sagte die Sprecherin der Staatsanwaltschaft, Ingrid Burghart, am Dienstag nach einem Haftprüfungstermin. Ein Syrer bleibe jedoch in Haft. Die Umstände, die den Haftbefehl wegen gemeinschaftlichen Totschlags gegen den Asylbewerber begründeten, hätten sich weiter verdichtet. Der Rechtsanwalt des freigelassenen Asylbewerbers, Ulrich Dost-Roxin, erhob schwere Vorwürfe gegen die Chemnitzer Staatsanwaltschaft. Die Staatsanwaltschaft gehe nach dem Stand der Ermittlungen davon aus, dass der Syrer und ein noch flüchtiger Iraker an der T...https://de.reuters.com/article/deutschland-chemnitz-haftpr-fung-idDEKCN1LY1WO

Bavaria election: German conservatives lose their fizz

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Germany country profile Migration politics continues to be a source of public protest and concern but, even as far-right sympathisers take to the streets of places like Chemnitz, they are mobilising others too.More than 20,000 people, horrified by the political tone in the run-up to this election, took to Munich's streets for an anti-hate demonstration last week. And many are turning to the Green party.It's on course to do far better than AfD and take second place. The Greens' leaders are coy for now about such a prospect, but a coalition with the weakened ruling CSU is likely. On Christian Meidinger's chicken farm, green fields roll to the horizon - a reminder that this is a rural state. He's voting Green. "Bavaria has changed," he says. "Many - whether it's those who were born here or those who moved here - don't feel that connected to its traditions. The CSU missed the boat, didn't change with the people. And now it tries desperately to reclaim Heimat and Bavaria, but society has moved on - you can't turn back time." Angela Merkel will be keeping a close eye on Bavaria. What happens here won't affect her immediately - beyond perhaps a face change at the coalition table, should the CSU oust its leader, Horst Seehofer. But this election illustrates the complexity of the challenge faced by so many of Europe's large established parties. It's not simply the rise of the far right. It's that voters are walking away in favour of smaller, newer movements. Bavaria's political landscape, once a near certainty, is fragmenting fast. With a force the old centre can no longer resist. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-45835795

Death of German fuels fears of far-right violence in Köthen - DW (English)

Saturday, December 8, 2018

The mood in the suburban playground in Köthen on Monday morning was a mixture of sadness, tension and hostility toward the press. A small number of locals in the town in the eastern state of Saxony-Anhalt came by, some with flowers to add to those that had collected around a tree near an empty climbing frame. This was the spot where a fight broke out on Saturday between two Afghan men and Markus B., which resulted in the 22-year-old German's death in hospital. By the evening, the area was a hive of activity. Köthen's police force, reinforced from across Germany, had much to contend with, when three gatherings took place within a few hundred meters of each other. First, the church in the central square held a small memorial prayer for Markus B., though Pastor Martin Olejnicki also used a brief sermon to call for peace in the city on what promised to be a nervy evening. That sentiment was shared by Saxony-Anhalt State Premier Reiner Haseloff, who attended the service along with about a hundred Köthen residents, who lined up to light a candle for the dead man. Outside the church, Haseloff told reporters that "I hope it will be a peaceful evening tonight, and that th...https://www.dw.com/en/death-of-german-fuels-fears-of-far-right-violence-in-k%C3%B6then/a-45434251

Best European Christmas markets - National Geographic

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Dresden's market may be the oldest in Germany, with the first event approved by Frederick II, Elector of Saxony, in 1434. Eventually these seasonal markets turned their focus on Christmas celebrations, as known today. Here are some of the best Christmas markets in Europe for a holiday treat. View Images The Strasbourg market lights up the Place de la Cathédrale. Photograph by Frederic Maigrot, REA/Redux Strasbourg: French classic The largest and oldest in France, the Strasbourg Christmas Market dates back to the 16th century. Hundreds of market stands spread across the Grande Île–an island in the historic center of the city and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Try delicacies from thi...https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/destinations/europe/best-christmas-markets/

How the Alternative for Germany Has Transformed the Country

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Bundestag, Germany's parliament, which oversees annual government spending of 350 billion euros ($411 billion). A Turning Point The AfD was the strongest party in the eastern state of Saxony in the last Bundestag elections, and across the east, it has now become such a force that the CDU has been compelled to express what would have been unfathomable not too long ago: the possibility of governing together with the far-left Left Party. The unrest in Chemnitz in August marked a turning point for the AfD. There, the party joined a phalanx of agitators and neo-Nazis, with the AfD's Thuringia state chapter leader Björn Höcke marching side-by-side with an activist from Pegida -- the anti-Islam and anti-immigrant group -- who has multiple criminal convictions on his record. For years, politics in Germany had been shaped by the old polarity between left and right. But those days are over. The question of identity now seems to be more important, which seemingly scrambles the party system. Sahra Wagenknecht of the Left Party is creating a new movement called "Aufstehen," German for "Stand Up," that she hopes will be a magnet for voters who would like to see a bigger welfare state and fewer immigrants. The move places additional pressure on the center-left Social Democratic Party (SPD), which has fluctuated between a culture of welcoming refugees and warnings of a loss of control since the refugee crisis. The business-friendly Free Democratic Party (FDP), meanwhile, has morphed into a law and order party. And the only thing still holding the CDU and Christian Social Union (CSU), the CDU's Bavarian sister party, together is the fear of losing power. The only parties that seem to be profiting from the new political complexities are the Greens and the AfD. So, how to deal with a party that fulminates against the mainstream with such abandon while at the spreading its own tentacles further into the center of society, into gov...http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/how-the-alternative-for-germany-has-transformed-the-country-a-1227360.html

Increasing Demand for Medical Cannabis is set to Grow Globally

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Government of Canada. The Company also has production operations in Dresden, Saxony, Germany and Regensdorf, Switzerland. Maricann is currently undertaking an expansion of its cultivation and support facilities in Canada in a 942,000 sq. ft. (87,515 sq. m) and will continue to pursue new opportunities in Europe. Emblem Corp. (OTCQX: EMMBF) is a fully integrated licensed producer and distributor of medical cannabis and cannabis derivatives in Canada under the ACMPR. The Company and Natura Naturals Holdings Inc. announced the termination of their letter of intent as of 5 p.m. EST on September 13th, 2018. In addition, as previously announced, Emblem recently provided USD 2 Million of advanced funding to Natura for the expansion of its facility. The Funding is comprised of a one-year convertible debenture for an aggregate principal amount of up to USD 2 Million, with an interest rate similar to Natura's other funding obligations and can be pre-paid at any time during the term. Emblem looks forward to maintaining its strong business relationship with the Natura team as both a shareholder and in connection with our existing 3,000 kg supply agreement in the coming years, said Nick Dean, CEO of Emblem Corp. The Supreme Cannabis Company, Inc. (OTCQX: SPRWF) is a Canadian publicly traded company committed to providing premium brands and products that proudly reflect its consumers, people and uniquely innovative culture. The Company's portfolio includes its wholly-owned subsidiary and flagship brand 7ACRES. The Supreme Cannabis Company recently announced that the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary, 7ACRES, has entered into a supply agreement to provide dried cannabis to Tilray Canada Ltd., a subsidiary of Tilray Inc., a global leader in cannabis research, cultivation, processing and distribution currently serving tens of thousands of patients in 11 countries spanning 5 continents. The value of this initial supply agreement is estimated to be in excess of CAD 2 Million. Dried cannabis provided to Tilray by 7ACRES will be used primarily to support medical cannabis patients in Canada, including Tilray's robust patient population. Lexaria Bioscience Corp. (OTCQX: LXRP) has developed and out-licenses its disruptive delivery technology that promotes healthier ingestion methods, lower overall dosing and higher effectiveness of lipophilic active molecules. The Company recently announced strategic additions to its patent portfolio. Three new Australian patents were granted to Lexaria by the Australian Patent Office, bringing the Company's worldwide patent portfolio to eight issued patents: four each in the US and Australia. All eight patents are within Lexaria's...https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/increasing-demand-for-medical-cannabis-is-set-to-grow-globally-857967577.html